Professor, Department. of Sociology, Michigan State University.
UM Colleague: William Axinn
Ph.D., University of Michigan
Dr. Broman specializes in the areas of substance abuse and mental health, HIV risk behavior, sociology of families, and racial inequality. Recent and ongoing projects include an NIAAA-funded project on Alcohol Use among African-American College Students; a NIDA-funded project on Race and Adolescent Drug Use; a project on pregnancy prevention among low-income teens, and a project on ethnic diversity among African-Americans and substance use.
Harrell, Zaje A. T., and Clifford L. Broman. 2009. "Racial/ethnic differences in correlates of prescription drug misuse among young adults." Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 104(3): 268-271. DOI. Abstract.
Broman, Clifford L. 2009. "The Longitudinal Impact of Adolescent Drug Use on Socioeconomic Outcomes in Young Adulthood." Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 18(2): 131-143. DOI. Abstract.
Broman, Clifford L., H.W. Neighbors, J. Delva, M. Torres, and James S. Jackson. 2008. "Prevalence of substance use disorders among African Americans and Caribbean Blacks in the National Survey of American Life." American Journal of Public Health, 98(6): 1107-1114. PMCID: PMC2377285. DOI. Abstract.