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Is Partying Beneficial To Social Life 2 Abstract The purpose of my survey is to find the answers to my research questions: Do freshmen feel that partying has a positive effect on their social life? Do freshmen feel left out if they are not partying? The ten item survey was distributed to thirty-three freshmen throughout the University of California, Santa Barbara. The survey included three yes or no questions and seven short answers. The information in the survey indicated that t he vast majority of freshmen in college do find drinking and partying beneficial to socializing. Another important result found in the survey was that about half of the freshmen felt an effect of liquid courage from consuming alcohol. The increase in courage that freshmen get from drinking alcohol could have a direct correlation to why freshmen choose to drink.
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Is Partying Beneficial To Social Life 3 “For most students, college is a time of learning and growth. It is also a time for making new friends and enjoying the social atmosphere that thrives on campuses. But for some college
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2009 for the course WRIT 2 taught by Professor Gahan during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.

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