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Underage Drinking 1 Underage Drinking Ryan Henry Ali Kanaan Ryan Silveira Greg Thorne English 1301 Mrs. Fletcher November 12, 2008
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Underage Drinking 2 Abstract The purpose of this investigation is to determine if students drink more in college than in high school. We asked 12 college students to take a survey about their alcohol consumption in high school and in college. We found that students drink more in college than in high school. We conclude that students drink more in college because there are fewer restrictions in college and more freedoms and opportunities.
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Underage Drinking 3 Study of High School and College Drinking Comparisons The problem is a serious one ladies and gentlemen. Drinking alcohol underage has always been a serious problem. Students in high school and in college drink for fun and opportunities to escape the daily stresses in their lives. In order to find out if students drink more in college than in high school, we surveyed students in college and asked them some questions about their drinking habits, both currently and in the past. Being
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2011 for the course ENGL 1301 taught by Professor James during the Summer '08 term at HCCS.

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