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SOCIAL BOND THEORY AND BINGE DRINKING AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS: A MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS

SOCIAL BOND THEORY AND BINGE DRINKING AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS: A MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS,GREGORY CLARK

SOCIAL BOND THEORY AND BINGE DRINKING AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS: A MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS   (Citations: 15)
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    • ...For instance, Durkin, Wolfe, and Clarke (1999) conducted an exploratory study that investigated the relationship between social bond variables and binge drinking in a sample of 247 students from one private college...

    Keith F. Durkinet al. The Comparative Impacts of Risk and Protective Factors on Alcohol-Rela...

    • ...Durkin, Wolfe, and Clark (3) expressed their analysis of binge drinking in terms of the social bond, the connection between the individual and society...
    • ...In their analysis, Durkin et al. (3) consider only the traditional culture, not the secondary college partying culture...
    • ...The current article examines binge drinking from both the traditional perspective presented by Durkin et al. (3) and also from the perspective of the secondary culture...
    • ...Durkin et al. (3) reported that two measures of the belief component, respect for authority and acceptance of conventional beliefs, were inversely related to the frequency of binging...

    Karen Leppel. College Binge Drinking: Deviant Versus Mainstream behavior

    • ...For instance, Durkin, Wolfe, and Clark (1999) applied social bond theory to the binge drinking behavior of undergraduate students at one private college...

    Keith F. Durkinet al. COLLEGE STUDENTS AND BINGE DRINKING: AN EVALUATION OF SOCIAL LEARNING ...

    • ...A social bond model has been used to examine binge drinking (Durkin, Wolfe, & Clark, 1999)...

    Tian P. S. Oeiet al. A cognitive model of binge drinking: The influence of alcohol expectan...

    • ...Many variables have been found to affect the risk of excessive drinking including parenting practices and familial ties, use during childhood and high school, religion, involvement in conventional activities, and belief in a conventional value system (Durkin, Wolfe, & Clark, 1999)...
    • ...This behavior has been characterized as the foremost public health hazard for college students (Durkin et al., 1999)...
    • ...Students with strong emotional ties to family members are less likely to engage in deviant behavior (Durkin et al., 1999)...

    Stephanie Kusmierskiet al. Do Parenting Styles Influence Alcohol Use and Binge Drinking During Hi...

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