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When Problem Drinkers Pour: Alcoholic Beverage Servers' Willingness to Serve Patrons beyond Intoxication

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“When Heavy Drinkers Pour: Alcoholic Beverage Servers’ Willingness To Serve Patrons Beyond Intoxication”

ABSTRACT: The objective of this paper was to examine alcoholic beverage servers’ willingness to over-serve as an explanation for intoxication that occurs in drinking establishments. Survey data were collected in 2000 from 911 alcoholic-beverage servers in the State of Indiana, USA, with a grant from Indiana University. Chi-Square, ANOVA, and Step-Wise Regression analyses were used to examine the influence of personal factors, location factors, management policies and practices, and larger societal control efforts on willingness to over-serve. Our findings support the need to examine servers’ personal drinking patterns and managements’ economic motivation for continuing to serve in future research.
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reiling, denise. and Nusbaumer, Michael. "When Problem Drinkers Pour: Alcoholic Beverage Servers' Willingness to Serve Patrons beyond Intoxication" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Royal York, Toronto, Nov 15, 2005 <Not Available>. 2013-12-17 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p33793_index.html>

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reiling, d. and Nusbaumer, M. R. , 2005-11-15 "When Problem Drinkers Pour: Alcoholic Beverage Servers' Willingness to Serve Patrons beyond Intoxication" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Royal York, Toronto <Not Available>. 2013-12-17 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p33793_index.html

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Abstract: “When Heavy Drinkers Pour: Alcoholic Beverage Servers’ Willingness To Serve Patrons Beyond Intoxication”

ABSTRACT: The objective of this paper was to examine alcoholic beverage servers’ willingness to over-serve as an explanation for intoxication that occurs in drinking establishments. Survey data were collected in 2000 from 911 alcoholic-beverage servers in the State of Indiana, USA, with a grant from Indiana University. Chi-Square, ANOVA, and Step-Wise Regression analyses were used to examine the influence of personal factors, location factors, management policies and practices, and larger societal control efforts on willingness to over-serve. Our findings support the need to examine servers’ personal drinking patterns and managements’ economic motivation for continuing to serve in future research.

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