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|Title:||Singapore: a study of university students' drinking behaviour||Authors:||Isralowitz, R.
|Issue Date:||1988||Citation:||Isralowitz, R., Ong, T.H. (1988). Singapore: a study of university students' drinking behaviour. British Journal of Addiction 83 (11) : 1321-1323. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||This is a study of drinking behaviour among 1160 college students in Singapore. There were 767 Chinese, 127 Malay and 185 Indian students in the randomly selected sample. The Engs & Hanson questionnaire was used for researching the students' alcohol behaviour patterns and attitudes. Findings show very few of the students use alcohol on a regular basis or exhibit negative behaviour associated with its use. When data were compared with findings from the United States and Israel, Singapore students show a dramatically lower rate of alcohol-related problem behaviour than their counterparts from the other countries.||Source Title:||British Journal of Addiction||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/133464||ISSN:||09520481|
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