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|Title:||Religious values and beliefs and place of residence as predictors of alcohol use among Chinese college students in Singapore|
|Citation:||Isralowitz, R.E., Ong, T.H. (1990). Religious values and beliefs and place of residence as predictors of alcohol use among Chinese college students in Singapore. International Journal of the Addictions 25 (5) : 515-529. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||Data drawn from a detailed study of alcohol use among Chinese undergraduate college students in Singapore (N = 767) show identification with religious values and beliefs not to be a significant factor in terms of students' alcohol use. Students' place of residence (i.e., on campus in a hostel or off campus) was found to predict alcohol use but in a way opposite to the pattern commonly predicted - that is, students on campus tend to drink less than their off-campus counterparts. When religious values and beliefs identification as well as place of residence were examined together, it appears that these two factors have no influence on students' alcohol use.|
|Source Title:||International Journal of the Addictions|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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