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Behaviour & Attitudes. (2015) Parents, children and alcohol: are they having the conversation? Dublin: Drinkaware.

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Research objectives:
• To clarify if parents fully understand the risks associated with children drinking alcohol.
• To establish if parents are having conversations with their children about drinking and what the core elements of this conversation may be.
• To ascertain if parents are accessing information prior to having this conversation and if so who they consider to be trusted sources.
• To record what further supports parents would benefit from in this area.
• To establish if parents consider that their drinking habits have any influence on their children’s potential future drinking habits.


Date
2015
Pages
6 p.
Publisher
Drinkaware
Corporate Creators
Behaviour & Attitudes
Place of Publication
Dublin
Notes
Drinkaware is a not-for-profit agency funded by the alcohol industry and retail sector.
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