Liquor among Teens: A Criminology Study

Reksi Yanuar Anantio, Aprilianto Ivan, Fajar Dwi Kurniawan, Gelar Dewangga
2020 Law Research Review Quarterly  
This study aims to determine the effect of expectations on alcoholic drinks on the consumption of alcoholic drinks. Expectations on alcoholic beverages consist of positive expectations and negative expectations. Expectations on alcoholic drinks in this study refer to the notion that expectations are beliefs held by individuals in alcoholic drinks. Alcoholic drinks or, often called liquor (alcohol) is one type of drink that contains addictive substances (alcohol). More than 13 million people
more » ... million people consider themselves alcoholics. Consumption of alcoholic drinks is divided into three types, namely (1) users, (2) abusers, and (3) dependency. The study was conducted on teenagers in Ambarawa who consume alcoholic beverages using quantitative methods with a survey model that is often also referred to as correlational research.
doi:10.15294/lrrq.v6i1.31194 fatcat:jdhw2cucqnfjzmxnd6cskrifp4