RESEARCH DRAFT & PLAN
WAYS OF REDUCE
THE RESULT OF LIQUOR IN
YOUTH ADULTS IN LOGAN CITY
TUTOR – VINCE PETRALLIA
AUTHOUR – MICHELLE MACHIN
The research conducted shows that about two thirds of Australian young adults aged among 14-17 years drink alcohol and one in five of those drink for least regular (AIHW, 2002). The consumption of alcohol by teenagers is linked to a range of unwanted well being outcomes, we. e. Harm, depression, physical violence, risky behaviour, death etc .
Study also shows that teenage consuming is predictive of challenging alcohol utilization in later years. Teens, the most common means of obtaining alcohol is by friends or relatives (69 %). Despite the illegality of sales to minors around all Aussie jurisdictions, regarding 47 % of 14 – seventeen years olds have bought alcohol coming from a retail store (AIHW, 2002).
According to the Australian School, School Students Liquor and Drug surveys, the estimated percentage of current drinkers amongst 14-17 season olds provides steadily improved since the 1990`s ( White, 2001 ).
Reference: Chikritzhs, T., Pascal, R. & Jones, P. (2004). Under-age drinking between 14-17 season olds and related causes harm to in Australia. Countrywide Alcohol Indicators, Bulletin Number 7. Perth: National Drug Research Commence. http://ndri.curtin.edu.au/local/docs/pdf/naip/naip007.pdf seen on 19/2/2011
The aim of this research is to build up Strategies to Reduce the Adverse Effects of Alcohol about Youths old 14-17, due to under- age drinking nationwide. Binge ingesting is a expression used to refer for the consumption of large amounts of alcohol in a short space of time. Significant proportions of young people participate in risky ingesting behaviour ( binge consuming ) with the national level( Australian Company of Health and Welfare, 2008a ). * One quarter (23. 8% males and 27. 3% females) of young people older 16-17 years drank at levels that put them in danger or high-risk of alcohol-related harm inside the short...