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Plagiarism Scan Report

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Recent study o Palmera (2010) about alcoholism states that men are more at risk or
abusing or becoming dependent on alcohol than women. But the drops in the price, which
has led to wine and beer becoming regular items in the supermarket shopping trolley and

part o everyday li e at home, has also been a actor, alongside deliberate marketing
targeted at women (Sarah Boseley, 2016). Men are also constantly more than two times as
likely as women to record continual heavy ingesting (at suggest intake thresholds various

rom orty to eighty grams o ethanol a day) (e.g., de Lima et al., 2003; Hansagi et al.,
1995; Meyer et al., 2000; San Jose et al., 2001; Vahtera et al., 2002). Recurrent alcohol
intoxication is much more prevalent and more requent among men than among women
(Hao et al., 2004; Makela et al, 2001; Rehm et al., 2001). It is said that among late

teenagers or college students gender gaps in continual or episodic heavy ingesting may be
smaller (Dawson et al., 2004; Guo et al., 2002; McPherson et al.,)." Men are much more

likely than women to record diagnosable alcohol abuse, both currently (e.g., Bijl et al.,
2002; Dawson, supply, & Stinson, 2004; Hao et al., 2004; Kringlen, Torgersen, & Cramer,
2001; Yamamoto et al., 1993) or as a li e-time enjoyment (Kawakami et al., 2004; Meyer et

al., 2000). Men are also much more likely than women to report diagnosable alcohol
dependence, currently (e.g., Bijl et al., 2002; Hao et al., 2004; Hasin & Grant, 2004;
Kawakami et al, 2004; Spicer et al., 2003) or or a li eime (Dawson & Grant, 1998). A

higher percentage o men are likely to drink, to drink more o ten, to consume more, and to
experience more drinking problems than women. While the di ferentials in drinking

patterns and problems might be narrowing, they clearly remain signi icant and potent. To
be most e fective, alcohol policies and programs must re lect these continuing
di ferentials (Hanson and Engs, in press).

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