A review of public opinion towards alcohol controls in Australia
- Public Attitudes about Underage Drinking Policies: Results from a National Survey. Richter, Linda; Vaughan, Roger D.; Foster, Susan E. // Journal of Public Health Policy;2004, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p58
We conducted a national telephone survey of 900 adults in the United States to examine the attitudes of the adult public regarding underage drinking and a series of alcohol control policies aimed at reducing it. Three versions of the survey instrument were administered, each to one-third of the...
- Public opinion on alcohol policy: a review of U.S. research. Greenfield, Thomas K.; Johnson, Suzanne P.; Giesbrecht, Norman // Contemporary Drug Problems;Winter2004, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p759
Public opinion on alcohol policy has received little research attention until recently, although a coherent research agenda in this area holds promise of a better understanding of the public health policymaking process. This paper reviews and critiques the major analyses of policy opinion in the...
- AKT question relating to preventing harmful drinking. Nandakumar, Michael // InnovAiT;Nov2011, Vol. 4 Issue 11, p639
A quiz relating to preventing harmful drinking is presented.
- Alcohol consumption is a leading risk for morbidity and mortality; public health initiatives needed. Lakhan, R. // Nepal Journal of Epidemiology;2013, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p295
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article " Alcohol Consumption by workers in automobile repair shops of a slum of Kolkata: An assessment with AUDIT instrument" by Dasgupta and colleagues.
- BREWERS BACK ALCOHOL AWARENESS GROUPS. // Caterer & Hotelkeeper;11/2/2012, Vol. 202 Issue 4752, p33
The article informs that the Low Alcohol & Smaller Servings Workgroup is working with producers from all major sectors, retailers and the public health community to focus on opportunities and obstacles to develop the market for low- and reduced-alcohol products in Great Britain.
- Alcohol policy opinions in the United States over a 15-year period of dynamic per capita consumption changes: Implications for today's public health practice. Greenfield, Thomas K.; Yu Ye; Giesbrecht, Norman // Contemporary Drug Problems;Winter2007, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p649
We examine 1989-2005 trends in United States (US) public opinion using 11 alcohol policy items (seven national telephone surveys) during a dynamic drop in per capita intake until the mid-1990s, followed by the first sustained upturn seen since 1980. In the 2000 U.S. National Alcohol Survey (NAS)...
- Percentage of college students who drink to get drunk is on the rise. // Nation's Health;Oct98, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p8
Provides information on the results of a survey conducted to determine the statistics of college students in the United States engaged in binge drinking released at the Harvard School of Public Health. Percentage increase of drinkers who drank to get drunk; Fraternity and sorority members...
- Supplier News. // Beverage Industry;Oct99, Vol. 90 Issue 10, p60
Presents the results of poll made by the National Beer Wholesalers Association about attitudes and concerns concerning alcohol consumption in the United States. Effect of media coverage on the popularity of wines; Intolerance of beer drinkers; Increase in the percentage of drunk drivers.
- No booze is the news. // Westchester County Business Journal;3/25/96, Vol. 35 Issue 13, p30
Focuses on the acceptability of drinking alcoholic beverages during business meetings in a nationwide survey in the United States. Attitudes toward drinking by business executives; Drinking during business lunches and dinners; Sexual variations in attitudes toward drinking.