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    • TEEN DRINKING
      • BY : TYLER SIWY
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      • JAMES CELOTTO
    • Why we picked Teen Drinking
      • We did a survey on teen drinking because during the book twisted there was a big problem that arose due to teen drinking. Another big reason was that we are in high school and since we are teens drinking has a big effect on our lives and the lives around us.
    • QUESTION #1
      • Have you ever participated in underage drinking?
      • Statistics say…
      • 74.3% of highchool students nationwide have had one or more drinks during there life time
      • According to West
      • 78.6% of students have participated in underage drinking
    • QUESTION #2
      • How often do you think the average teen drinks alcohol?
      • Statistics say…
      • 51.6% of teens drink atleast one drink of alcohol during the thirty days preceding the survey
      • According to West
      • 57.1% of students have a drink once a week
      • 35.7% of students have a drink once a month
      • 7.1% of students have a drink every day
    • QUESTION #3
      • Have you ever seen an act of violence committed under the influence of alcohol?
      • Statistics say…
      • Children who drink were more likely to be hit even if they were not violent themselves
      • According to West
      • 46.7% of students say that alcohol has influenced violence
    • QUESTION #4
      • Would you say alcohol provokes violence?
      • Statistics say…
      • 12-17 year olds who use alcohol are more likely to have behavioral problems especially aggresion
      • According to West
      • 40% of students say that alcohol provokes violence
    • QUESTION #5
      • Do you know anyone who has been taken advantage of due to the influence of alcohol?
      • Statistics say…
      • Teens under 15 who have ever consumed alcohol are twice as likely to have sex
      • According to West
      • 53% of students say they do know someone who has been taken advantage of due to the influence of alcohol
    • QUESTION #6
      • Does being under the influence of alcohol change your personality?
      • Statistics say…
      • Research has shown that teens that are depressed and have low self esteem are more likely to develop alcoholism
      • According to West
      • 66.7% of students say that alcohol does change their personality
    • QUESTION #7
      • Do you think alcohol has had a negative effect on your life?
      • Statistics say…
      • Research has shown that drinking can raise your risk due to impaired judgment
      • According to West
      • 60% of students do not think alcohol has a negative effect on their life
    • QUESTION #8
      • Do you know people who drink and drive on a regular basis?
      • Statistics say…
      • 8 teens die every day from drinking related accidents
      • According to West
      • 60% of students say they know someone who drinks and drives on a regular basis
    • QUESTION #9
      • Have you ever been in a vehicle where the driver has been under the influence?
      • Statistics say…
      • On any given weekend 1 in 10 drivers on America’s roads has been drinking
      • According to West
      • 60% of students say they have been in a car where the driver was under the influence
    • QUESTION #10
      • Have you ever drove drunk?
      • Statistics say…
      • 23% of teens driving in fatal car wrecks posesed a blood alcohol level of above the legal limit of .08
      • According to West
      • 86.7% of students said they have not drank and drove
    • WORKS CITED
      • www.life123.com
      • www.psychiatric-disorders.com
      • www.psychcentral.com