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Parenting Style Influence on Excess Alcohol Intake Among Jewish Youth Clinical Psychology

The health hazards that are associated with adolescent alcohol use are well documented, and there is growing recognition among policymakers and clinicians alike that more needs to be done to address this public health threat. The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of different parenting styles on alcohol consumption levels among Jewish college students in the United States. The study draws on attachment theory, social learning theory, and a parenting style model as the main theoretical frameworks to evaluate the effects of different parenting styles on alcohol consumption levels among Jewish adolescents to develop informed answers to the study's three guiding research questions concerning the relationship between perceived parenting style and excess alcohol use of male, Jewish, college students aged 18-26 years, the relationship between academic achievement and the alcohol use frequency of male Jewish college students and the relationship between age level and the alcohol use frequency of male Jewish college students. The study uses a quantitative survey methodology to develop the informed answers to these guiding research questions. This study is important because there has been a steady increase in alcohol consumption among adolescent Jews since 2005 and the adverse effects of alcohol abuse are well documented.

The health hazards that are associated with adolescent alcohol use are well documented, and there is growing recognition among policymakers and clinicians alike that more needs to be done to address this public health threat. The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of different parenting styles on alcohol consumption levels among Jewish college students in the United States. The study draws on attachment theory, social learning theory, and a parenting style model as the main theoretical frameworks to evaluate the effects of different parenting styles on alcohol consumption levels among Jewish adolescents to develop informed answers to the study's three guiding research questions concerning the relationship between perceived parenting style and excess alcohol use of male, Jewish, college students aged 18-26 years, the relationship between academic achievement and the alcohol use frequency of male Jewish college students and the relationship between age level and the alcohol use frequency of male Jewish college students. The study used a quantitative survey methodology to develop the informed answers to these guiding research questions. This topic is timely and important because there has been a steady increase in alcohol consumption among adolescent Jews since 2005.

Parenting Style Influence on Excess Alcohol Intake Among Jewish Youth

A Personal Letter To Raise Community Awareness on Alcohol

There is an individual who under the influence of alcohol had a fatal accident while operating machinery; another, who got into a car, struck and killed innocent young pedestrians while they envisioned a promising future in the process of crossing a local street, and finally the woman who couldn't give birth to a healthy child due to her chemical dependence / addiction. Unfortunately, alcohol's influence on today's youth is a disturbing reality. The stories of Alcohol's current events never seem to change, only the characters. These narratives as we all know are far too familiar. Alcohol's traction has managed a painful grip on our young adults. It's time to weather the storm on the turbulent scars we have all bared witness to. Too many lives fall victim to excess alcohol intake, knowing just how easily accessible alcohol truly is to our community youth. Some of the other health and social concerns associated with alcohol use include liver cirrhosis, loss of family, unemployment, and psychiatric problems such as neurological issues, depression, and stroke. The CDC (2012) has also linked cardiovascular problems to high consumption levels of alcohol. In addition, the research to date using animals indicate sensitivity to alcohol is especially high during adolescence, and chronic levels of alcohol use during the adolescent period have also been shown to increase cellular death that may have severe implications that can persist into later adulthood. Reflecting on publishing's "while under the influence ... " annual statistics, there is a clear overdue necessity to a healthier and more productive society. Imagine a better future with positive social change, beginning now.

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Chapter 1: Introduction to the Study 1

Adolescent Use of Alcohol 1

Background for Adolescent Use of Alcohol 5

Alcohol and the Jewish Community 7

Social Groups 9

Jewish Social Groups 10

Problem Statement 11

Purpose Statement 14

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Chapter 1: Introduction to the Study

Adolescent Use of Alcohol

Alcohol use among adolescents is acknowledged as a significant family and societal problem (Yang, Zhiyong, & Schaninger, 2010). Professionals in multiple healthcare fields have warned that adolescent alcohol use can lead to (a) detrimental drinking patterns, (b) negative influences on families, and (c) significant costs to society (Yang et al., 2010). According to the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA), the costs of adolescent alcohol to society have been estimated at $68 billion annually (National study, 2016) and these economic costs do not take into account the human costs that are involved.

Alcohol use among adolescents is acknowledged as a significant family and societal problem (Yang, Zhiyong, & Schaninger, 2010). Professionals in multiple healthcare fields have warned that adolescent alcohol use can lead to (a) detrimental drinking patterns, (b) negative influences on families, and (c) significant costs to society (Yang et al., 2010). The costs of adolescent alcohol to society have been estimated at $68 billion annually (National study reveals teen substance use America's no. 1 public health problem, 2011). These economic costs are in addition to the tragic toll that adolescent alcohol use can exact, a toll that can extend in adulthood.

Adolescents who drink, for example, are more likely to drink excessively when they are adults, which can lead to significant mental and physical health problems; thus, it is important to understand how to reduce the prevalence of adolescent alcohol abuse (Yang et al., 2010), including the effects of different parenting styles on alcohol use. To this end, this chapter presents preliminary information concerning different parenting styles, a background for adolescent use of alcohol, a discussion concerning the role of alcohol and the Jewish community, and an overview of social groups in general and Jewish groups in particular and the impact of alcohol consumption on them. A statement of the problem is followed by a description of the purpose of the study, the study's theoretical and conceptual framework and its guiding research questions. A description of the study's variables and the nature of the study, assumptions, and the study's scope, delimitations and limitations, as well as definitions of key terms are followed by a discussion of the significance of the study and its organization. Finally, a summary concludes this chapter.

Overview of the Impact of Different Parenting Styles of Adolescent Alcohol UseAdolescents who drink, for example, are more likely to drink excessively when they are adults, which can lead to significant mental and physical health problems; thus, it is important to understand how to reduce the prevalence of adolescent alcohol abuse (Yang et al., 2010). To this end, this chapter presents preliminary information concerning different parenting styles, a background for adolescent use of alcohol, a discussion concerning the role of alcohol and the Jewish community, and an overview of social groups in general and Jewish groups in particular and the impact of alcohol consumption on them. A statement of the problem is followed by a description of the purpose of the study, the study's theoretical and conceptual framework and its guiding research questions. A description of the study's variables and the nature of the study, assumptions, and the study's scope, delimitations and limitations as well as definitions of key terms are followed by a discussion of the significance of the study and its organization. Finally, a summary concludes this chapter.

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Scoring: The PAQ is scored easily by summing the individual items to comprise the subscale scores. Scores on each subscale range from 10 to 50.

Author: Dr. John R. Buri, Department of Psychology, University of St. Thomas, 2115

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Source: Buri, J.R. (1991). Parental Authority Questionnaire, Journal of Personality and Social Assessment, 57, 110-119


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