publication . Doctoral thesis . Article . 2018

Sharing of Alcohol-Related Content on Social Networking Sites: Frequency, Content, and Correlates

Eilin K. Erevik; Torbjørn Torsheim; Øystein Vedaa; Cecilie S. Andreassen; Ståle pallesen;
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  • Published: 09 Feb 2018
  • Publisher: The University of Bergen
  • Country: Norway
Abstract
<p>Alcohol is the most commonly used psychoactive substance worldwide. It is considered to increase social cohesion, and to play a part both in the development and expression of identity. Alcohol is, however, also associated with a range of adverse effects for the individual, and involves a great financial and social burden for society. Social media has currently become very popular commodity for social bonding, identity formation and expression, and social influence. This thesis consists of three papers which are based on survey-data, and examines determinants and consequences of user-generated alcohol-related content on social media within a student population...
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free text keywords: Social network, business.industry, business, The Internet, Higher education, Social psychology, Response rate (survey), Sample size determination, Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test, Logistic regression, Alcohol, chemistry.chemical_compound, chemistry, Psychology
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publication . Doctoral thesis . Article . 2018

Sharing of Alcohol-Related Content on Social Networking Sites: Frequency, Content, and Correlates

Eilin K. Erevik; Torbjørn Torsheim; Øystein Vedaa; Cecilie S. Andreassen; Ståle pallesen;