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Presentation
"It's Kind of Difficult to Have Fun, Especially if You're Not 'Out:'" Drug and Alcohol Abuse as Coping Strategies in Response to Strain among College Students Who Identify as Gender and Sexual Minorities
Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting (SSS) (2015)
  • Laura E. Agnich, Georgia Southern University
  • Bryan Lee Miller, Georgia Southern University
  • John M. Stogner, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Abstract
This presentation was given during the Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting.
Keywords
  • Drug use,
  • Alcohol use,
  • Coping strategies,
  • Strain,
  • College students,
  • Gender minorities,
  • Sexual minorities
Publication Date
March 25, 2015
Location
New Orleans, LA
Citation Information
Laura E. Agnich, Bryan Lee Miller and John M. Stogner. ""It's Kind of Difficult to Have Fun, Especially if You're Not 'Out:'" Drug and Alcohol Abuse as Coping Strategies in Response to Strain among College Students Who Identify as Gender and Sexual Minorities" Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting (SSS) (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/laura_agnich/15/