Annotated Bibliography On Binge Drinking
Wechsler, Henry, and Bernice Wuethrich. Dying to Drink: Confronting Binge Drinking on College Campuses. Emmaus, Pa.: Rodale, 2002. Print. Scholarly
This book delves into the detrimental effects of binge drinking, and how to minimize the act itself. By charging students erroneously high amounts for alcohol they will still buy some, but will not abuse it. I will incorporate this book presenting the case that by selling alcohol at college sporting events, students will not exploit the rule, mainly because they cannot due to their budgets. Miller, Dawn. "Beer Boosts Concession Sales at WVU Football Games." Charleston Gazette- Mail. The Associated Press, 12 Feb. 202. Web. 8 Oct. 2015.
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P. H. M. S. E, Chudley E. P. D. Werch, Edessa M. D. M. P. H. Jobli, and Hui P. D. Bian. "Alcohol-related Fan Behavior on College Football Game Day." Journal of American College Health. 56.3 (2007): 255-260. Print. Scholarly This journal article identifies and tries to decrease the alcohol related incidents on college game day. Additionally, the authors hypothesized that one way to lower the number of alcohol related incidents would be to allow for the sale of alcohol at college sporting events. This would decrease binge drinking. I will use this article to deflect the opponents’ view by stating, “If you lift the ban, less people will be injured from alcohol related events.”
Dunbar, Stephen. "Can Selling Beer Help College Fans Drink Less?" Can Selling Beer Help College Fans Drink Less? Freakonomics, 4 Sept. 2012. Web. 30 Sept. 2015.
This article delves into a case study of West Virginia University, a school that has recently lifted the college drinking ban at stadiums. It states that by selling more expensive beer at college games, students will be less inclined to binge drink or abuse alcohol. This article is credible because the author’s name is listed, along with references of where he received his information. I will use this research in my paper by bringing up how the case study resulted in fewer alcohol related arrests when the ban was