A good night out: alcohol-related behaviour in young adults
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The purpose of this paper is to investigate drinking patterns; attitudes towards alcohol consumption and alcohol-related behaviours amongst differing groups of young adults. A further aim is to investigate whether the drinking behaviours of undergraduate populations can be considered to be representative of young adult behaviours in general.
Worldwide Hospitality & Tourism Themes
Ritchie, C, Ritchie, F. & Ward, R. (2009) 'A good night out: alcohol-related behaviour in young adults', Worldwide Hospitality & Tourism Themes (WHATT) vol.1  169-193
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