New Technology Tools: Using Social Media for Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Violence Prevention

Describes how using social media technology for alcohol, drug abuse, and violence prevention is a means of communicating in a very different way, which poses a challenge for people in the college prevention field who have relied on one-way social marketing or substance interaction to communicate prevention messages.

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