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Déterminants sociaux des consommations d’alcool dans la cohorte gazel

Abstract : This thesis is about the social determinants of alcohol consumption. More specifically, the aims were to study how some circumstances of life, working and social environment may exert an influence on changes in drinking behaviours over time.The analyses were conducted within the Gazel cohort, including more than 20 000 subjects(15 000 men and 5 000 women) employees of EDF‐GDF, the French national utility company,aged 35‐50 at the inception of the cohort in 1989, which were followed‐up since that period.The main determinants that were studied are the working conditions, the marital status of women, and retirement. The main findings showed that the occupational, familial and social environment play a role in the changes in drinking behaviours over time, and that their effects are socially patterned,
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Marie Gay Zins. Déterminants sociaux des consommations d’alcool dans la cohorte gazel. Santé publique et épidémiologie. Université Paris Sud - Paris XI, 2011. Français. ⟨NNT : 2011PA11T038⟩. ⟨tel-00636960⟩



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