CJHS311-1501A-01 Study of Alcohol Use and Abuse Task Name: Phase 1 Individual Project Deliverable Length: 2–3 pages Details: Weekly tasks or assignments (Individual or Group Projects) will be due by Monday and late submissions will be assigned a late

CJHS311-1501A-01 Study of Alcohol Use and Abuse
Task Name: Phase 1 Individual Project
Deliverable Length: 2–3 pages
Details:

Weekly tasks or assignments (Individual or Group Projects) will be due by Monday and late submissions will be assigned a late penalty in accordance with the late penalty policy found in the syllabus. NOTE: All submission posting times are based on midnight Central Time.

You have learned that Mr. Moore does not drink alcohol in the mornings. He does not binge drink, and he does not drink on Sundays. He does, however, drink the other 6 days of the week. Mrs. Moore explains his pattern of drinking Monday through Friday with his partners as stated in the scenario above, but he does not drink at home on those days. She also informs you that he does drink on Saturdays at home, often starting in the afternoon and passing out by dinnertime. He has a history of being loud, frightening, and angry when under the influence of alcohol. You also learn that Mr. Moore’s father was a winemaker from Italy.

Your supervisor, Officer Steve, suggests that you apply your knowledge of issues surrounding alcohol abuse and alcohol addiction to this case and write a memo to him. The memo should include the proper headings: “To,” “From,” “Date,” and “Re:.” The docket number and probation case file number should be included in the “Re:” section. You are beginning to determine whether Mr. Moore has an issue with alcohol that needs to be further addressed.

In the memo, do the following:

  • Submit the assignment in the format of a memo.
  • Include the proper headings: “To,” “From,” “Date,” and “Re:.” The docket number and probation case file number need to be included in the “Re:” section.
  • Apply the facts of Mr. Moore’s case to the definitions of alcohol abuse and alcohol addiction.
  • Apply these facts to the differences between alcohol use and abuse.
  • Apply these facts to the DSM-IV criteria for a diagnosis of alcohol abuse.
  • Apply these facts to the disease model of alcohol abuse.
  • Apply these facts to the role genetics and heredity may play in the transmission of alcohol abuse from one generation to another.