RENNA, FRANCESCO. "Alcohol Abuse, Alcoholism, And Labor Market Outcomes: Looking For The Missing Link."Industrial & Labor Relations Review 62.1 (2008): 92-103. Business Source Premier. Web. 18 Nov. 2013.
Francesco Renna, Associate Professor in the department of economics accomplished on the fields of applied econometrics and labor economics. The main idea of this journal was to accomplish the understanding of alcoholism or as knows as alcohol dependence. Francesco stated that alcoholism elucidate as a pattern of consumption associated with negative cognitive, behavioral, and physiological alcohol symptoms. Francesco distribute different kinds of alcoholism effects mostly about the withdraws of feelings depress after drinking. He wrote about different symptoms of alcoholism is said if people are defined to have those symptoms they are alcoholics. Some of the symptoms where drinking to keep from shaking after drinking or morning after drinking, Felt depressed after drinking, drinking while depressed, or continued drinking even though drinking threatened to cause health problems. The purpose of this journal was to state the different kind of effects of alcohol abuse, alcoholism, and labor market outcomes and give the intended audience to all kinds of demographics to state the verity.
Fetzner, Mathew G., Murray P. Abrams, and Gordon J. G. Asmundson. "Symptoms Of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder And Depression In Relation To Alcohol-Use And Alcohol-Related Problems Among Canadian Forces Veterans." Canadian Journal Of Psychiatry 58.7 (2013): 417-425.Academic Search Premier. Web. 18 Nov. 2013.
Mathew G. Fetzner, Murray P. Abrams, and Gordon J. G. Asmundson from the department of psychology in the University of Regina. This scholarly journal covers different symptoms of stress disorders and depression related to alcohol-use or alcohol-related problems among veterans. For example, After being away from a long period of time, away from family, getting deployed, and experiencing different situations causes to stress, depression, or related alcohol effects. This purpose of this article was to show people that all times of individuals such as veterans can have stress disorders and depression and can cause them to alcohol-use or alcohol-related problems. The intended audience is open to men and women, Veterans, middle or lower class, age groups from sixty and older to demonstrate after all the experience older people go through they somehow might have a symptom and can be...