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Date of Award

1972

Document Type

Dissertation

Degree Name

Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)

Department

Graduate School

First Advisor

W. Preston Gleason

First Committee Member

Dan Cahalan

Second Committee Member

William Theimer, Jr.

Third Committee Member

Howard Runion

Fourth Committee Member

Edward Pohlman

Abstract

As the teacher’s role in preventing problems related to alcohol abuse became more important, it is incumbent upon educators and alcohologists to explore the opinions and views which teachers bring with them into the class on alcohol education. Specifically, what views and opinions do high school teachers have toward alcohol education and how do these views relate to their drinking practices and their socio-demographic variables?

Pages

228

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