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A Study on Drinking Behaviors of Men and Its Influences to Their Families

공중보건잡지 1975년 12권 2호 p.295 ~ 306
최명자,
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최명자 (  ) - 서울대학교 보건대학원

Abstract


This survey study on drinking behaviors of men and its influences to their families was conducted by means of the questionnaire toward 489 employees at seven industrial companies in Seoul during a period of August, 1975.
The results of the study were appeared as follows:
1. The degrees of drinking were classified into four categories according to the Miller and Burt´s Method. Out of the 489 respondents, the proportions of drinking degrees appeared as non-drinkers 8.4%, small drinkers 49.1%, medium drinkers 29.4%, and heavy drinkers 13.1%.
2. No relationships between the age and/or occupation and the degree of drinking behaviors were observed.
3. The proportions of non-drinkers and heavy drinkers among those with educational level of middle school or less were 11.9% each, while the proportions of the college graduates were 6.1% and 15.5%, respectively.
4. The proportions of non-drinkers and small drinkers in the group with monthly income of less than 50,000 Won were 73.8% and 26.2%, while the proportions in the group with monthly income of more than 100,000 Won were 53.2% and 46.8%, respectively.
5. The proportions of non-and small drinkers and medium and heavy drinkers among those who hame no family members of school-age children yet were 50.0% each, while the proportions among those who have more than four school-age children were 71.1% and 28.9%, respectively.
6. Of the drinking motives of the heavy drinkers, it was more or less habitual, but that of the small drinkers was for social gathering or business.
7. The distribution of most popular places of drinking were appeared as Daipojip 65.4% and beer hall 16.5%. Their most favorable kinds of liquor was the soju with the proportion of 57.4% and next was beer with 25.4%.
8. In number of companions in drinking, one or two were the most frequent one in small drinkers, and more than three were the most frequent number of companions in medium and heavy drinkers.
9. The severer the degree of drinking, the more frequent gastric ulcer, hang over in next morning, gastric distress and absence to work in next day were observed.
10. In the frequency of very often quarrel with their family members, it was 6.3% in the group of small drinkers, and was 20.3% in the group of heavy drinkers.
11. There were no significant relationships between the degree of drinking and the degree of economic problems of the family, conflicts with wife, disharmony of family life, and the problems in child rearing.

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