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Problem Drinking Among Mexican Migrant Farmworkers

Goal: to identify the prevalence and etiology of problem drinking among Mexican Migrant farmworkers in Southeastern Pennsylvania, using a bi-national field study (which includes a community ethnography and case studies from Kennett Square, PA, and home-villages in Mexico). 
 
Principal Investigator: Victor Garcia

Source of funding: National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)
Type of Study: Bi-national Field Study
Effort: Consultant
Contract length: 2 years
Period: September 2000 to August 2003 (no cost extension to August 2004)
Total Amount: $75,000

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