Alkoholpolitik und Volksgesundheit

Drinking Motivations and Experiences of Unwanted Sexual Advances Among Undergraduate Students

Samstag 1. Januar 2011 von htm

This study examined the relationship between drinking motivations and college students’ experiences with unwanted sexual advances. Undergraduates, from a public university in the mid-Atlantic region, who reported recent (30 day) alcohol use ( n = 289) completed an online survey midway through the spring 2007 academic semester.
A strong relationship was found between having an unwanted sexual advance and recent binge drinking as well as drinking to remove emotional distress. Findings suggest that experiencing an unwanted sexual advance is associated with specific drinking motivations and more likely to occur among females. (Source: Alcohol Reports, 01/01/11) jiv.sagepub.com, January 2011

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