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Post by mskod1 on Thu Apr 18, 2013 12:15 am

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/KVM7DRP

Just trying to get a few more responses for a market research project I'm conducting. It is an anonymous survey that takes only about 10mins and is looking at the relationship between alcoholic drinking and restraint. Its for those over 18 only but it would be a great help if anyone could find time to fill it out for me.
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Post by orosan on Thu Apr 18, 2013 10:47 am

done~
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Post by Haruchi on Thu Apr 18, 2013 10:54 am

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Post by mskod1 on Thu Apr 18, 2013 12:03 pm

Much appreciated Smile
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Post by mskod1 on Sun Jun 02, 2013 5:48 am

Thanks to everyone who filled out the survey I have compiled the Data and certain results were obtained here is an exert from my research report for those interested:

"Out of the 5 Hypothesis’s made about this assignment four proved a significant relationship existed.
1. Drinker type will have a relationship with how often parents drink - Yes
2. Parents drinking will have an effect on motives behind drinking - Yes
3. Drinker type will have an effect on restraint levels - Yes
4. Gender will affect the motives behind drinking - No
5. Relationships will exist between motives and restraint- Yes

Hypothesis 1
The results indicate that a relationship exists between drinker type and parents drinking patterns. What can be gathered from these results is that ‘Heavy Drinkers’ stem from parents who are perceived to drink more regularly. The less heavy the drinker the more the parents drinking patterns are perceived to differ. This continues up until the point of a non-drinker having a parent who could drink on any number of occasions. The point to be taken out of this section is that heavy drinkers appear to come from weekly drinking parents; this indicates parent’s drinking can have an effect on their children and how much they will drink.
Hypothesis 2
The motives behind drinking as a way to celebrate have a connection with a person’s parents drinking patterns. So parents who drink on a weekly basis are more likely to have kids who use drinking as a way to celebrate. The less the parents drink results in a higher chance the child will grow up to drink less. From this we can see that parents can affect their children’s drinking motivations by the amount of times alcohol is perceived to be consumed by the child.
Hypothesis 3
Drinker type also appears to have an effect on the level of restraint, particularly in regards to sporting/community commitments. The heavier the drinker the less restraint is given to the amount of alcohol consumed when a sport or community event is the following day. This indicates that heavier drinkers have less restraint when consuming alcohol even when commitments are occurring the following day, making this a harder group for anti-drinking campaigns to target.
Hypothesis 4
In this study Gender appeared to have no effect on the motives behind drinking.
Hypothesis 5
The relationship between motivations to drink as a way to celebrate and the restraint occurring at celebrations is statistically significant. Those who drink less in these situations have been shown to possess more restraint then those who drink more often to celebrate. This indicates the relationship between motives and restraint in drinking, and as such would mean that if restraint could be improved in these situations motivations to drink during these would be significantly reduced."

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