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Dot by Freed Bales, TYPES OF SOCIAL STRUCTURES AS FACTORS IN ?CURES? FOR ALCOHOL ADDICTION
Human organization, Vol.1 NO.3), 1-13, April-June, 1942

Dot Bales, R.F., THE THERAPEUTIC ROLE OF ALCOHOLICS ANANYMOUS AS SEEN BY A SOCIOLOGIST
Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Vol.5, 267-278, 1944*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com])

Dot Bales, R.F., SOCIAL THERAPY FOR A SOCIAL DISORDER-COMPULSIVE DRINKING
Journal Of Social Issues, Vol. 1 (3). 14-22, 1945

Dot Jellinek, E.M., PHASES IN THE DRINKING HISTORY OF ALCOHOLICS
Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Vol. 7, 1-88, 1946*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com])

Dot Tiebout, H.M., ALCOHOLISM
Social Work Yearbook, Vol.9, 45-50, 1947

Dot J.I.F., ALCOHOLISM-AN OCCUPATIONAL DISEASE OF SEAMEN
Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Vol.8 (3), 498?505, 1947*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com])

Dot Ritchie, O.W., A SOCIOHISTORICAL SURVEY OF ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Vol.9, 119?156, 1948*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com])

Dot Wilding, D.J., ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IN MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: OBSERVATIONS OF A WELFARE WORKER
Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Vol.9, 609?613, 1949*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com])

Dot Maxwell, M.A., THE WASHINGTONIAN MOVEMENT
Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Vol.11, 410?452, 1950*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com])

Dot Maxwell, M.A., INTERPERSONAL FACTORS IN THE GENESIS AND TREATMENT OF ALCOHOL ADDICTION
SOCIAL FORCES, Val. 29 (4), 443-448, 1951

Dot Thompson, H.S., AN EXPERIENCE OF A NONALCOHOLIC IN ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS LEADERSHIP
Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Vol.13 (2), 272?295, 1952*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com])

Dot Murphy, M.M., VALUES STRESSED BY TWO SOCIAL CLASS LEVELS AT MEETINGS 264 OF ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Vol.14 (4), 577-585, 1953*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com])

Dot Latimer, R., THE SOCIAL WORKER AND THE ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS PROGRAM IN A STATE HOSPITAL
Journal of Psychiatric Social Umk, Vol.22, 175-180, 1953

Dot Trice, H.M., THE ?OUTSIDERS? ROLE IN A FIELD STUDY
Sociology and Social Research, Vol.22 (Sept-Oct.), 27-32, 1956

Dot Trice, H.M., ALCOHOLISM: GROUP FACTORS IN ETIOLOGY AND THERAPY
Human Organization, Vol.15 (2), 33?40, 1956

Dot Bacon, S.D., A SOCIOLOGIST LOOKS AT A.A.
Minnesota Welfare, Vol.10, (3), 35?44, 1957

Dot Trice, H.M., A STUDY OF THE PROCESS OF AFFILIATION WITH ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Vol.18, 39-54, 1957*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com])

Dot Trice, H.M., SOCIOLOGICAL FACTORS IN ASSOCIATION WITH ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Journal Criminal Law and Criminology, Vol.48, 378- 386, 1957

Dot Sapir, J., THE A.A. STORY IN CONNECTICUT
Connecticut Review on Alcoholism, Vol.8 (7), 25?28, 1957

Dot Sapir, J., THE ALCOHOLIC AS AN AGENCY CLIENT
Social Casework, Vol.38 (7), 355?361, 1957

Dot Trice, H.M., THE AFFILIATION MOTIVE AND READINESS TO JOIN ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Vol. 20 (No.2). June, 1959*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com])

Dot Van Suetendael, P.T., THE ALCOHOLIC PATIENT - HIS NEEDS AS MET BY ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS AND THE CASEWORKER
Military Medicine, Vol.124, 851?855, 1959

Dot Trice, H.M., ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Ann. Amer. Pout. Soc. Science, Vol.315, 108?116, 1959

Dot Lofland, J.F. and Lejeune, R.A., INITIAL INTERACTION OF NEWCOMERS IN ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: A FIELD EXPERIMENT IN CLASS SYMBOLS AND SOCIALIZATION
Social Problems, Vol.8 (2), 102-111, 1960

Dot Lee, J.P., ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS AS A COMMUNITY RESOURCE
Social Work, Vol.5 (4), 20?26, 1960

Dot Edwards, G., THE PUZZLE OF A.A.
New Society, May 28, 1964

Dot C., Bill, THE GROWTH AND EFFECTIVENESS OF ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IN A SOUTHWESTERN CITY
Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Vol.26 (2), 279?284, 1965*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com])

Dot Edwards, G., WHO GOES TO ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS? 
The Lancet, Vol. 2, 382?384, August 13, 1966

Dot Edwards, G., et al, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: THE ANATOMY OF A SELF - HELP GROUP
Social Psychiatry, Vol.1 (4), 195?204, 1967

Dot Roman, P.M., Trice, H.M., THE SICK ROLE, LABELLING THEORY, AND THE DEVIANT DRINKER
International Journal of Social Psychiatry, Vol.14, 245-251, 1968

Dot Trice, H.M. and Romans, P.M. SOCIOPSYCHOLOGICAL PREDICTORS of AFFILIATION with ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. A Longitudinal Study of ?Treatment Success
Social Psychiatry, Vol. 5(No.1), 51-59, 1970

Dot Jones, R.K., SECTARIAN CHARACTERISTICS OF ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Sociology, Vol. 6, 181?195, 1970.

Dot Trice, H.M. and Romans, P.M., DELABELING, RELABELING, and ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Social Problems, Vol. 17, 538-546, 1970

Dot Petrunik, M.G., SEEING THE LIGHT: A Study of Conversion to Alcoholics Anonymous
Journal of Voluntary Action Research, Vol. 1 (4), 30-38, 1972

Dot Groves, D.H., CHARISMATIC LEADERSHIP IN ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Vol.33, 684-691, 1972*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com])

Dot Madsen, W., ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS AS A CRISIS CULT
Alcohol Health and Research World, 27-30, Spring, 1974

Dot Bean, M., ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: PROBLEMS IN AFFILIATION
Psychiatric Annals, Vol. 5(3), 46?51, March, 1975

Dot Maxwell, M.A., CONTEMPORARY UTILIZATION OF PROFESSIONAL HELP BY ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS MEMBERS
ANNALS of the NEW YORK ACADEMY of SCIENCE, Vol. 273, 436?441, 1976

Dot Gartner, A., SELF-HELP AND MENTAL HEALTH
Social Policy, Vol. 7(2), 28-40, Sept/Oct., 1976

Dot Thune, C.E., ALCOHOLISM AND THE ARCHETYPAL PAST
Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Vol.38 (l), 75-88, 1977*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com])

Dot Blumberg, L., THE IDEOLOGY OF A THERAPEUTIC SOCIAL MOVEMENT: ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Vol. 38 (11), 2122?2143, 1977*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com])

Dot Robinson, D., THE SELF-HELP PROCESS OF ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
British Journal on Alcohol and Alcoholism, Vol.12, 143-146, 1977

Dot Sadler, P., THE ?CRISIS CULT? AS A VOLUNTARY ASSOCIATION: An Interactional Approach to Alcoholics Anonymous
Human Organization, Vol. 38(2), 207?219, Summer, 1977

Dot Henry,S., and Robinson, D., TALKING OUT OF ALCOHOLISM: Results of a Survey of Alcoholics Anonymous in England And Wales
Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners, Vol. 28, 414-419, July 1978

Dot Henry, S., and Robinson, D., UNDERSTANDING ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Lancet, February 18, 1979

Dot Jindra, N.J., and Forsiund, M.A., ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IN A WESTERN U.S. CITY
Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Vol. 39(1), 110-120, 1978*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com])

Dot Tournier, R.E., ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS AS TREATMENT AND AS IDEOLOGY
Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Vol. 40 (3), 230-239, 1979*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com])

Dot King, B. L., Bissell, LeC., and O?Brien, P., ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, ALCOHOLISM COUNSELING, AND SOCIAL WORK TREATMENT
Health and Social Work, Vol. 4(4), 181-198, 1979

Dot Rudy, D. R., SLIPPING AND SOBRIETY; THE FUNCTIONS OF DRINKING IN ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Vol. 41(7), 727?732, 1980*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com])

Dot Boscarino, J., A.A. IDEOLOGY AMONG ALCOHOL TREATMENT DIRECTORS
British Journal of Addiction, Vol.75, 65-71, 1980

Dot Boscarino, J., FACTORS RELATED TO ?STABLE? AND ?UNSTABLE? AFFILIATION WITH ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
The International Journal of the Addictions, Vol. 15(1), 839?848, 1980

Dot Jilek-Aall, L., ACCULTURATION, ALCOHOLISM AND INDIAN STYLE ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Suppi. 9, 143?158, 1981*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com])

Dot Kurtz, L. F., TIME IN RESIDENTIAL CARE AND PARTICIPATION 231 IN ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS AS PREDICTORS OF SOBRIETY
Psychological Reports., Vol. 48, 633?634, 1981

Dot Kolb, D., Coben, P., and Heckman, N.A., PATTERNS OF DRINKING AND A.A. ATTENDANCE FOLLOWING ALCOHOL REHABILITATION
Military Medicine, Vol. 146, 200-204, 1981

Dot Ogborne, A. C., Glaser, F. B., CHARACTERISTICS OF AFFILIATES OF ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: A Review of the Literature
Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Vol. 42(7), 661?675, 1981*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com])

Dot Glasser, F. B., and Ogborne, A. C., DOES A.A. REALLY WORK? 
British Journal of Addiction, Vol. 77, 123?129, 1982

Dot Poikolainen, K., ALCOHOLISM: A SOCIAL CONSTRUCT 
Journal of Drug Issues, Vol. 12(4), 361?367, Fall, 1982

Dot Bittle, W.E., ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS AND THE GAY ALCOHOLIC
Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 7(4), 81?88, 1982

Dot Robinson, D., THE GROWTH OF ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Alcohol and Alcoholism, Vol. 18(2), 167?172, 1983

Dot Greil, A.L., and Rudy, D. R., CONVERSION TO THE WORLD VIEW OF ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: A REFINEMENT OF CONVERSION THEORY
Qualitative Sociology, Vol. 6(1), 5-28, 1983

Dot Kurtz, L.F., LINKING TREATMENT CENTERS WITH ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Social Work in Health Care, Vol. 9(3), 85-94, 1984

Dot Donovan, M.E., A SOCIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF COMMITMENT GENERATION IN ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
British Journal of Addiction, Vol. 79, 411?418, 1984

Dot Alexander, F., and Rollins, M., ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: THE UNSEEN CULT
California Sociologist, Vol. 7(1), 33-48, 1984

Dot Kurtz, L.F., IDEOLOGICAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN PROFESSIONALS AND A.A. MEMBERS
Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, Vol. 1(2), 73-85 Summer, 1985

Dot Kurtz, L.F., COOPERATION AND RIVALRY BETWEEN PROFESSIONALS AND MEMBERS OF A.A.
Health and Soccial Work, Vol. 10(2),104?112, Spring 1985

Dot Kurtz, E., and Kurtz, L.F., THE SOCIAL THOUGHT OF ALCOHOLICS
Journal of Drug Issues, Vol. 15(1), 119-134, 1985

Dot Fry, L., SOCIAL THOUGHT, SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND ALCOHOLISM: SOME IMPLICATIONS OF A.A.?s LINKAGE WITH OTHER ENTITIES
Journal of Drug Issues, Vol. 15(1), 135?147, 1985


*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com]


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