Research Paper On Binge Drinking In College
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Alcohol Advertisements and College Student Binge Drinking
14 pages in length. Examining binge drinking in college students and how alcohol advertisements in the ten most popular men's and women's magazines might influence that behavior in the average college student between the ages of 17 and 23, one must consider the psychological aspects of the advertising industry. The writer further discusses the aspects of binge drinking on today's college campuses. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
Dangerous Game of Binge Drinking
5 pages in length. Provides a cover letter, cover page, proposal of problem, methodology, solutions and evaluation addressing the problem of binge drinking on college campuses and the alcohol-related deaths among college students. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
The Relationship among Race, Ethnicity and Binge Drinking
A 10 page paper which first defines binge drinking as the drinking of excessive amounts of alcohol in one episode and then identifies it as a phenomena is of serious concern in that it is not only life threatening but is increasing on a world wide basis. Asserts that while alcohol consumption man be decreasing among adults in many countries, the propensity for youth to engage in binge drinking appears to be increasing. Contends that an individual’s propensity for binge drinking is believed to be directly related to their ethnicity and/or race. Summarizes several studies which would appear to support that contention. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Prevention And Treatment Programs For Alcohol Abuse
3 pages in length. Alcohol abuse occurs at all stages of life and can be triggered by a number of variables, not the least of which includes genetic predisposition, psychiatric disorders (depression, anxiety) and peer pressure, the latter being particularly associated with college-aged binge drinking. Prevention is the key to avoiding detrimental physical and psychological consequences of alcohol, however, treatment options exist for those who slip into the cyclical trap of abuse. Bibliography lists 6 sources.