2 edition of Attitudes to drinking alcoholic beverages: an attitude scale. found in the catalog.
Attitudes to drinking alcoholic beverages: an attitude scale.
Stanley E. Bell
Written in English
Thesis (M.A.) -- University of Toronto, 1955.
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The objective of this study was the construction and validation of a scale that would measure the attitudes towards alcohol, alcoholism and the alcoholic, called the Scale of Attitudes Towards Alcohol, Alcoholism and the Alcoholic.
The face and content validations, as well as the factor analysis of the data obtained in a preliminaryFile Size: 53KB. In all societies, alcoholic beverages are used as powerful and versatile symbolic tools, to construct and manipulate the social world.
cross-cultural research reveals four main symbolic uses of alcoholic beverages: 1. As labels defining the nature of social situations or events 2. As indicators of social status 3. As statements of affiliation 4. A qualitative exploration of attitudes towards alcohol, and the role of parents and peers of two alcohol-attitude-based segments of the adolescent Available via license: CC BY A number of studies have investigated the use of alcoholic beverages by male juvenile delinquents (MacKay,; Blacker et al., ), and a recent study (MacKay et al., ) compared.
The reliabilities of the Quantity/Frequency Patterns, Problems Resulting from Drinking, Knowledge of Alcohol, and Attitudes Toward Drinking subscales Cited by: Factor 5, Alcoholic beverages, explains % of the total variance, and contains 12 items referring to opinions, feelings and actions of the professional towards alcoholic beverages; consequences for the individual who uses these beverages; limits between normal and pathologic drinking, and the effects of alcohol on the person's behavior.
There are 36 "true-false" items on Knowledge of Alcohol, including such topics as "alcoholic beverages do not provide weight-increasing calories," "a person cannot become an alcoholic by just drinking beer," and "beer usually contains from % alcohol by volume." The Spearman-Brown formulae gave a reliability coefficient of Knowing professionals’ attitudes is the basis for the development of skills for dealing with drug dependence.
These attitudes may affect patients’ clinical safety and the cost-benefit ratio of the interventions. The goal of this study was to assess emergency and mental health nurses’ attitudes and perceptions towards : Jesús Molina-Mula, Antonio González-Trujillo, Margarita Simonet-Bennassar.
The goal of the community-organizing intervention was to reduce the accessibility of alcoholic beverages to youth under age Through the organizing effort, diverse groups of people across the intervention communities developed and implemented strategic action plans to influence a wide array of institutional policies (Wagenaar et al.
Judgments about their consumption of alcohol—too much, the wrong kind, or, in the case of women, even drinking publically—served as a means to justify social exclusion.
Here again we encounter variations on the ambivalent attitudes toward alcohol and drinking so vividly captured by nineteenth-century Mexican by: 1.
Social and Cultural Aspects of Drinking. Social and cultural roles of alcohol. Given overwhelming evidence for the primacy of sociocultural factors in determining both drinking patterns and their consequences, it is clear that ethnographic research findings on the social and cultural roles of alcohol may have important implications for policy-makers - particularly in areas such as Europe where.
Prohibition affected alcoholic beverages differently. Beer consumption dropped precipitously. Distilled spirits made a dramatic comeback in American drinking patterns, reversing a three-quarters-of-a-century decline, although in volume spirits did not reach its pre-Prohibition by: ABM ownership was significantly associated with believing that their friends would think it was a good idea for them to drink alcohol (χ 2 =p = ) and, while not statistically significant, there was a trend towards also believing that if they drank some alcohol, their friends would think they were cool and that they would be more liked by kids they know, with a linear increase Cited by: 6.
Alcoholic beverages have been widely consumed throughout American history, despite attempts by the government and other institutions to shape or even eliminate drinking (see Figure ). Figure The per capita consumption of alcoholic beverages in the United States has varied widely over the last by: Effects Scale, Community Standards Scale, Influences on MLB Consumption Scale, and MLB Motivation Scale Table 6.
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by Marion Rackard. Introduction. Depending on the culture, drinking alcoholic beverages may be a token of inclusion in or exclusion from a social group or a symbol of celebration.
On the other hand, drinking or drunkenness may be socially disapproved of and stigmatized in some cultures. Attitudes to drinking. Alcoholic beverages are the drug of choice for a majority of persons in any society, even if alternative drug substances are available.
Selected points from Marshall, M., "Conclusions," pp. in Marshall, M., ed., Beliefs, Behaviors, & Alcoholic Beverages: A Cross-Cultural Survey, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, MI, A peer group might look at drinking alcoholic beverages as “fun.” That group might get together every weekend to have a party which includes alcohol.
An invitation to join them and partake in drinking would be considered “good” because it would add definition to the social norms and expectations which also influence the individual.
Results: Of participants, it was found that: % were women; the mean age was years (range years); % lived in the college dormitory; >80% drank alcoholic beverages; % drank until slightly intoxicated; % drank until drunk; and the average drinking rate was times a month (50%).Author: Ranee Wongkongdech, Souksathaphone Chanthamath, Adisorn Wongkongdech.
Alcohol use—and abuse—has always been more prevalent among males than among females. The sex role prescription for men to affirm their masculinity by drinking is a major determinant of this sex difference. This paper reviews the intricate interrelationship between masculinity and both social and alcoholic by:.
attitude towards alcohol consumption, but further analysis of alcohol patterns in Maryland revealed more complex societal customs and developments in the English colonies. English drinking habits encouraged colonial American brewing and distillation—the origins of which can be traced to drinking attitudes in English society.
Alcohol consumptionFile Size: 85KB.Community Attitudes toward Public Policies to Control Alcohol, Tobacco, and High-Fat Food Consumption Robert W. Jeffery, PhD, Jean L.
Forster, PhD, Thomas L. Schmid, PhD, Colleen M. McBride, MA, Brenda L. Rooney, MPH, and Phyllis L. Pirie, PhD From the Division of Epidemiology, University of Minnesota School of Public Health, Minneapolis Cited by: The primary outcome was the proportion of alcoholic beverages consumed in a sham taste test.
Affective responses to advertisements, implicit alcohol approach bias, and alcohol attentional bias were assessed as secondary outcomes and possible mediators. Typical alcohol consumption, Internet use, and television use were measured as covariates Cited by: