- Words: 3152
- Length: 12 Pages
- Topic: Children
- Paper #: 40907405
Other factors included family problems and family substance abuse.
Two common aspects occurred in all three blocks: first, interaction between the individual and the collective perspective; and second, the relationship between the subject's interior (e.g., individual, family) and exterior (e.g., environment and peer pressure) facets (Alvarez, et all 2006)."
One of the interviews revealed a combination of peer pressure and family problems as the catalyst for her drug debut.
Female, 16 years