Party package travel: alcohol use and related problems in a holiday resort: a mixed methods study

@article{Hesse2008PartyPT,
  title={Party package travel: alcohol use and related problems in a holiday resort: a mixed methods study},
  author={M. Hesse and S. Tutenges and S. Schliewe and Tine Reinholdt},
  journal={BMC Public Health},
  year={2008},
  volume={8},
  pages={351 - 351}
}
BackgroundPeople travelling abroad tend to increase their use of alcohol and other drugs. In the present study we describe organized party activities in connection with young tourists' drinking, and the differences between young people travelling with and without organized party activities.MethodsWe conducted ethnographic observations and a cross-sectional survey in Sunny Beach, Bulgaria.ResultsThe behaviour of the guides from two travel agencies strongly promoted heavy drinking, but… Expand
The influence of guides on alcohol consumption among young tourists at a nightlife resort.
Safety problems among heavy-drinking youth at a Bulgarian nightlife resort.
  • S. Tutenges
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • The International journal on drug policy
  • 2009
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