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Cliff Broman - Michigan State University. East Lansing, MI, US

Cliff Broman Cliff Broman

Professor of Sociology | Michigan State University

East Lansing, MI, UNITED STATES

An expert in substance abuse, drinking among youth, mental health and stress, race and ethnicity, and family studies.

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Biography

Cliff Broman teaches courses in family, health and race and ethnicity. Current research interests are in the areas of substance abuse and mental health, and in racial and ethnic inequality.

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Research

Mental Health Care

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Areas of Expertise (6)

Mental Health

Racial Inequality

Health & Disease

Families

Race Culture and Ethnicity

Ethnic Inequaliy

Accomplishments (1)

Minority Fellow

1982 American Sociological Association

Education (2)

The University of Michigan: Ph.D., Sociology 1984

Washington University: M.A, Sociology 1979

Affiliations (2)

  • American Sociological Association
  • Association of Black Sociologists

News (3)

Easy access to drugs and booze ups teens' addiction risk

Health24  

2016-08-12

According to the study, "the availability of illegal drugs and alcohol in the home while growing up is a critical factor in the later use of substances," said study author Cliff Broman, a professor of sociology at Michigan State University...

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Study: Teen exposure to drugs, alcohol affects chance of use in adulthood

UPI  

2016-07-30

"While there have been many studies linking alcohol and drug use by parents to substance use among youths, there is limited research on how the availability of alcohol and drugs in the home may influence patterns of use among offspring in the future," Cliff Broman, professor of sociology at Michigan State University, said in a press release. "These findings provide evidence that the availability of illegal drugs and alcohol in the home while growing up is a critical factor in the later use of substances."...

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Adolescent Exposure to Drugs, Alcohol Fuels Use in Adulthood

MSU Today  

2016-07-29

The national study, by Michigan State University’s Cliff Broman, also indicates that the effects were more significant among white people and males. “While there have been many studies linking alcohol and drug use by parents to substance use among youths, there is limited research on how the availability of alcohol and drugs in the home may influence patterns of use among offspring in the future,” said Broman, professor of sociology...

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