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飮酒에 關한 社會醫學的 調査

Socio-Medical Survey on Drinking

공중보건잡지 1969년 6권 1호 p.57 ~ 66
황용서 (  ) - 서울대학교 보건대학원

Abstract


Drinking seems to be one of essential elements in social living. It is well known that drinking on adequate amount of alchol may be helpful. While overdrinking produces numerous undesirable effects such as loss of proper judgement, understanding and harzardous to health, etc. and even causes of unexpected accidents.
A socio-medical survey on drinking was conducted during the period of months from July to October, 1968 on workers applied to go aboard, physical laborers, office workers, school teachers, drivers, entertainment girls, merchants, college students, and aged men, with total number of persons 1,159.
As the result of this survey, following conclusions were obtained:
1. Rate of tolerated attitude of men toward women´s drinking was 10.0% and opposition rate was 37.9% while that of women toward men´s drinking were 10.9% and 10.9% respectively. Out of the total population surveyed, 78.2% were drinker.
2. Out of the total aged men, 49.7% were drinker and among these 34.1% were claimed to be alcoholics.
3. Among the reasons for drinking and not drinking, "because of business" and "because of physical condition" were most frequent.
4. Among the place of drinking, dai-po-jip was most popular. In paying drinking expenses occasionally paid by himself ranked first, drinking expenses were under one tenth of income in majority of drinkers.
5. Majority drinkers drink in evening and night. While many of aged persons drink in day-time. Out of the total drinkers, 30.7% used to change drinking places 2 times or more
6. Out of the total drinkers, 11.2% were alcoholics and more drunken frenzy was shown in case of women then in men.
7. The most common liquor was mak-gul-ri beer and so-ju came next in order.
8. Out of the total, 39.0% complained headache, vomition and hang-over in the nextday of drinking.

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