Being a non-drinking student: An interpretative phenomenological analysis

@article{Conroy2014BeingAN,
  title={Being a non-drinking student: An interpretative phenomenological analysis},
  author={Dominic Conroy and R. D. de Visser},
  journal={Psychology \& Health},
  year={2014},
  volume={29},
  pages={536 - 551}
}
Recent research suggests that safer student alcohol consumption might be assisted by understanding how social occasions are managed by non-drinkers. In-depth, semi-structured interviews with five 19 – 22 year old non-drinking English undergraduates were subjected to interpretative phenomenological analysis. We present five inter-linked themes: ‘living with challenges to non-drinking’; ‘seeing what goes on in drinking environments’; ‘dealing with conversations about non-drinking (making excuses… Expand
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