Sociodemographic characteristics and drinking locations of convicted drunken drivers.
C 38900 [electronic version only] /83 / IRRD 820324
Addictive Behaviors, Vol. 13 (1988), No. 1, p. 119-122, 8 ref.
|Samenvatting||The present study utilizes multiple regression analysis to identify relationships between 13 socio-demographic characteristics and the frequency of drinking in seven different types of drinking places among convicted drunken drivers (n = 6183). The results indicate that different socio-demographic subgroups of drinking drivers tend to drink in different types of places. Younger respondents were more likely than older respondents to report frequent drinking in away-from-home locations such as friends' homes, bars, parties, cars, and parking lots. The males were more likely than the females to report frequent drinking in cars and parking lots, and unmarried respondents drink at parties and in bars more frequently than married respondents. Education, race, and the frequency of worship service attendance are also found to be important predictors of drinking locations. (Secondary source)|
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