Acceptance Essays; Arts; Legal Drinking Age.

Döring, A., Filipiak, B., Stieber, J. and Keil, U (1993). Trends in alcohol intake in a southern German population from 1984-85 to 1989-1990: Results of the MONICA project Augsberg. , 54: 745-749.

(1969.In Defense of the Drinking Age.

Drinking age in California A thesis statement.The Importance of A Minimum Drinking Age.

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Marshall, M. (1991). Beverage alcohol and other psychoactive substance use by young people in Chuuk, Federated States of Micronesia (Eastern Caroline Islands). , 18: 331-371.

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Marshall, M. (1987). Young men’s work: Alcohol use in the contemporary Pacific. In A.B. Robillard and A.J. Marsella (eds.), . Honolulu: Hawaii Press.

Liek an oreo cookie :D Top layer:.Shouldn’t we lower the minimum legal drinking age to 18?

Hartsock, P.I. (1987). Alcohol in the Soviet Union. , 1: 25-27.

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Heath, D.B. (1985b). In a dither about drinking. , Feb 15.

Janni Niclasen only examined the alcohol consumption of women who drank small quantities of alcohol during pregnancy. Therefore her study does not show the effect on children whose mothers drank large quantities of alcohol during pregnancy.

Heok, K.E. (1990). Drinking habits of elderly Chinese. , 85: 571-573.

Janni Niclasen’s study looks at the results of a large population study conducted between 1996 and 2002. In this study over 100,000 pregnant Danish women were interviewed at three separate occasions about their consumption of alcohol twice in pregnancy and again at age six month of their child. They were also asked among other things about their educational background and lifestyle.

Clearly the drinking age should be lowered to 18.

“My study shows, among other things, that the children of mothers who drank small quantities of alcohol – 90 units or more – during their pregnancies show significantly better emotional and behavioural outcomes at age seven compared to children of mothers who did not drink at all. At first sight this makes no sense, since alcohol during pregnancy is not seen as beneficial to child behaviour. But when you look at the lifestyle of the mothers, you find an explanation. Mothers who drank 90 units or more of alcohol turn out to be the most well educated and healthiest lifestyle over all”, says Janni Niclasen. She explains the result further:

Benyon, J. (1993). Alcohol drinking and public disorder. .

Barrett, T.G. & Vaughan Williams, C.H. (1989) Use of a questionnaire to obtain an alcohol history from those attending an inner city accident and emergency department. 6:34-40. [Used a questionnaire designed to take an alcohol history and found many problem drinkers who had not been previously identified by questions on weekly intake or CAGE questions.]

Edwards, G., et al. (1972). Drinking in a London suburb. , 6: 69-93.

Bergman, B. (1997) Responsibility for crime and injury when drunk. . 92(9):1183-1188. [Bergman's paper highlights the connection between alcohol intoxication and responsibility for crime from a multidisciplinary approach. Ethical considerations are discussed, as are the principles of punishing an intoxicated person.]