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The College Bar Virginia J. Dodd, Ph.D., M.P.H. Associate Professor Department of Health Education and Behavior University of Florida
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Access to Alcohol Perceptions of harms and risks associated with social provision (friends, family) appear to be low among social providers. Parties are key venue for alcohol access through social settings, particularly for older youth. False IDs and large parties play parts in social provision of alcohol to young adults by their peers.
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Social Sources: The College Bar Alcohol consumption occurs most frequently at on-premise alcohol establishments where patrons can obtain and consume alcoholic beverages such as bars, clubs, and restaurants Stokwell, et al. (1993)
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Local Laws Although Florida state law prohibits people under 21 from purchasing and consuming alcohol, no state or local ordinances forbid persons under 18 years of age from patronizing drinking establishments.
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intoxication among patrons? On six nights in December 2006 and May
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