A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ALCOHOL USE AND SPORT FANDOM
The current research examined the relationship between level of sport fandom (operationally defined as the degree subjects considered themselves to be a sport fan, the amount of money they spent each year on sport spectating, and the amount of time they spent each week reading about, discussing, watching, or listening to sport programs) and the consumption of beer and liquor. Data collected from 180 college students failed to find any significant relationships.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1998-01-01
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