A fallen angel: the status insularity of the female alcoholic
An analysis of the literature and of the author's own research on female alcoholics that uses the concept of status insularity to expand labeling theory within the field of the sociology of deviance.
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Alcohol and the Traditional Roles of Women in Society
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