Category: Our Work
How children’s attitudes and behaviours towards alcohol are influenced
A Monash and Deakin Universities consortium undertook a review to document and critique evidence (up to 2009) concerning the role parents and siblings attitudes and behaviours play on children’s and adolescents’ own attitudes and behaviours towards alcohol.
Smashed! The many meanings of intoxication and drunkenness
‘Smashed! The Many Meanings of Intoxication and Drunkenness’ presents an overview of the history of the meanings of intoxication and drunkenness from an examination of bio-medicine, psychology, sociology, legal and news media reporting perspectives at the start of the 21st Century.
Sustaining a Reduction of Alcohol-Related Harms in the Licensed Environment
The project Griffith University undertook was to develop a prevention model capable of reducing alcohol related violence and aggression. The study also included a scientifically defensible research design to test this model, in licensed venues across Australia and New Zealand.