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College Drinking

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Title (with hyperlink):
“Percentage of college students
in the U.S. that were receiving
mental health services and
engaged in binge drinking within
the last two weeks from 2010 to
2020, by year”
Magnitude and Trends in Heavy
Episodic Drinking, Alcohol-
Impaired Driving, and Alcohol-
Related Mortality and Overdose
Hospitalizations Among Emerging
Adults of College Ages 1824 in
the United States, 19982014
“Alcohol Abuse and College
Students”
Summary of content:
Based on data from the years
2010 to 2020, this statistic shows
how many college and university
students in the United States
obtained mental health services
and had binge drunk within the
previous two weeks. A whopping
36.9% of college and university
students who sought mental
health services binge drank in the
two years between 2019 and
2020.
With regard to emerging adults (18-
24 years old), this study estimates
how many had heavy episodic
drinking within the previous month
and how many had driven while
intoxicated within the previous
year, as well as how many had died
or were hospitalized due to alcohol-
related unintentional injury or
overdose between 1998 and 2014.
The blog focuses on the drinking
problem observed across different
colleges. The effects of this problem
is discussed too and reasons
provided for not mixing party life
and college life. Moreover, the
author signs off by providing
measures that can be taken to
overcome alcoholism.
Type of source:
Graph
Journal article
Online commentary
Database (if applicable) and
original publication:
Statista
Binge drinking among U.S.
college students receiving mental
healthcare 2010-2020
Academic Search Premier
Journal of studies on alcohol and
drugs
Not applicable
Type of publication:
Graph presentation
Science journal
Profit media organization
Date of original publication:
January 2021
Received: August 22, 2016
Accepted: December 23, 2016
Published Online: July 26, 2017
Sep 20, 2021
Author(s) of original source:
John Elflein
Ralph Hingson, Wenxing Zha &
Daniel Smyth
Bob

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Evidence provided by the author
or organization:
The author used data from red
cross, local health institutions,
and the health ministry
The authors highlighted previous
studies as well as providing data
from national organization
regarding the issue.
The author uses data highlighted
from other sources that relate to the
topic
Media (photo, video, graphs):
Graph
Tables and graphs
Picture of drunk students
Author’s authority (expertise,
job, degrees, etc.):
Health, disease, and medical
professions are some of John
Elflein's specialty areas of
research at Statista.
Ralph W Hingson, ScD, MPH is a
Professor at the Boston University
School of Public Health
The author is a licensed addiction
counselor who helps people who
have addiction problems.
Does the publication have any
political, religious, or sponsored
content that could contribute to
potential bias? Look at a source’s
“About” section and check the
Media Bias chart:
Based on the Media Bias Chart, it
appears to be more dependable,
with a little leftward skew,
complex analysis or a
combination of fact reporting and
analysis.
The authors have affiliation to
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse
and Alcoholism thus the hypothesis
argue might be intended to paint a
gory picture of this topic
This blog is not sponsored by any
group rather than affiliation to
Sober college who might be
interested in gaining more clients
for their courses.
Intended audience:
The intended audience for this
material were colleges, students,
[parents and health practitioners
managing students with mental
illness.
Management of colleges, parents to
college students, and college
students. Other interested parties
could be ministry of education and
the center for alcohol and substance
use.
The main audience for this blog was
the college students.
Purpose of the publication. To
sell something? Educate or
inform? To get readers to take a
specific side?
The purpose of the publication
was to inform the relevant stake
holders on the high number of
college students who have mental
illness do drink a lot
The purpose of this paper was to
high number of casualties
associated to alcohol drinking in
colleges. This is supported by injury
and death data attached in the
journal.
The purpose of the blog was to
inform and reach. This is reference
to provision of insights into the
dangers of drinking and providing
ways to overcome the addiction
Any “loaded” language in the
source? List it here.
“College student,” “mental
health”, “binge drinking”
None
”alcohol and drug rehab”, ”binge
drinking, ” ”college alcohol”,
”rehab for college students”
Evaluation of source’s
credibility:
The author is a reputable scholar
in this field and has many
accolades to support that.
Moreover, the data used in this
presentation are current and have
been collected from credible
sources who are licensed. The
This source is credible since the
data used have been obtained from
government and college sources.
Moreover, the timeline of the study
is long enough to gather enough
data to support the hypothesis of the
article. The information presented
The author is a licensed counsellor
of addiction and the data used in the
blog are credible from reputable
government sources.

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SOURCE EVALUATIONS STATISTICAL SOURCE: Title (with hyperlink): “Percentage of college students in the U.S. that were receiving mental health services and engaged in binge drinking within the last two weeks from 2010 to 2020, by year” Summary of content: Based on data from the years 2010 to 2020, this statistic shows how many college and university students in the United States obtained mental health services and had binge drunk within the previous two weeks. A whopping 36.9% of college and university students who sought mental health services binge drank in the two years between 2019 and 2020. Graph Statista Type of source: Database (if applicable) and original publication: Type of publication: Date of original publication: “Binge drinking among U.S. college students receiving mental healthcare 2010-2020” Graph presentation January 2021 Author(s) of original source: John ...
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