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Hdl Handle:
http://hdl.handle.net/10147/124480
Title:
Children affected by parental alcohol problems (ChAPAPs)
Other Titles:
A report on the research, policy, practice and service development relating to ChAPAPs across Europe. An ENCARE 5 Project funded by the European Union
Authors:
Harwin, Judith Prof.; Madge, Nicola Prof.; Heath, Sally
Affiliation:
Brunel University, United Kingdom
Issue Date:
1-Feb-2010
URI:
http://hdl.handle.net/10147/124480
Item Type:
Report
Language:
en
Description:
Research has consistently shown that parental alcohol misuse can have considerable negative effects on children, young people and the family environment. Children growing up in alcohol fuelled family environments often do not achieve their full potential in life, have low self esteem, lack in confidence, feel unsafe and find it difficult to trust others (Kroll and Taylor1, Gorin2, Barnard3, Forrester and Harwin4). Adding to this, the issue of parental alcohol misuse often remains hidden with many children and young people suffering and growing up in silence. Yet with this knowledge, European alcohol policy has predominantly focused on the licensing and trading of alcohol, its impact on crime and on individual health with little attention being paid to the impact of parental alcohol misuse on children, young people and families. This study aims to review and identify the main approaches adopted by EU Partners in addressing the issue of children affected by parental alcohol problems (ChAPAPs), drawing specifically on research, policy, practice and service development. This is a particularly timely study as the EU Commission is placing more emphasis on member states to protect young people and children, and the unborn child, from alcohol related harm across Europe. Many EU partners are also in the process of developing and/or updating national alcohol strategies.
Keywords:
ALCOHOL; ALCOHOL MISUSE; ALCOHOL POLICY; FAMILY
Local subject classification:
PARENTAL DRINKING; FOETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDER
Sponsors:
An ENCARE 5 Project funded by the European Union

Full metadata record

DC FieldValue Language
dc.contributor.authorHarwin, Judith Prof.en
dc.contributor.authorMadge, Nicola Prof.en
dc.contributor.authorHeath, Sallyen
dc.date.accessioned2011-03-14T12:39:55Z-
dc.date.available2011-03-14T12:39:55Z-
dc.date.issued2010-02-01-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10147/124480-
dc.descriptionResearch has consistently shown that parental alcohol misuse can have considerable negative effects on children, young people and the family environment. Children growing up in alcohol fuelled family environments often do not achieve their full potential in life, have low self esteem, lack in confidence, feel unsafe and find it difficult to trust others (Kroll and Taylor1, Gorin2, Barnard3, Forrester and Harwin4). Adding to this, the issue of parental alcohol misuse often remains hidden with many children and young people suffering and growing up in silence. Yet with this knowledge, European alcohol policy has predominantly focused on the licensing and trading of alcohol, its impact on crime and on individual health with little attention being paid to the impact of parental alcohol misuse on children, young people and families. This study aims to review and identify the main approaches adopted by EU Partners in addressing the issue of children affected by parental alcohol problems (ChAPAPs), drawing specifically on research, policy, practice and service development. This is a particularly timely study as the EU Commission is placing more emphasis on member states to protect young people and children, and the unborn child, from alcohol related harm across Europe. Many EU partners are also in the process of developing and/or updating national alcohol strategies.en
dc.description.sponsorshipAn ENCARE 5 Project funded by the European Unionen
dc.language.isoenen
dc.subjectALCOHOLen
dc.subjectALCOHOL MISUSEen
dc.subjectALCOHOL POLICYen
dc.subjectFAMILYen
dc.subject.otherPARENTAL DRINKINGen
dc.subject.otherFOETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDER-
dc.titleChildren affected by parental alcohol problems (ChAPAPs)en
dc.title.alternativeA report on the research, policy, practice and service development relating to ChAPAPs across Europe. An ENCARE 5 Project funded by the European Unionen
dc.typeReporten
dc.contributor.departmentBrunel University, United Kingdomen
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