한 지역 산업체 남성근로자의 고위험음주 실태와 관련요인
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- High-risk drinking|Male Workers of Local Industries
- This study aims to identify the current status of hish-risk drinking of male workers of local industries and relevant factors. For the purpose, the study interviewed 400 male workers who attended to the club gathering in randomly selected two of one steel industrial company and 29 contractors. The study performed the interview from October 18, 2010 to October 22, 2010 using an organized questionnaire and used 352 responses except 48 unfaithful answers for a final analysis. SPSS/WIN ver 16.0 was used for a statistical analysis and to identify the characteristics of the subjects and the relations between them and high-risk drinking, a chi-square test and a logistic regression analysis were performed and the results are presented as follows:
The odds ratio of high-risk drinking of the group who frequently drank was 2.30( confidence interval of 95%, 1.01-5.20) compared to the group who often drank. The odds ratio of the group who drank twice a week was significantly higher, 7.21(confidence interval of 95%, 2.70-19.29) than that of the group who drank once a week. However, the position, working types, the first drinking period, information on drinking, and frequency of get-together which showed significant differences in the simple analysis were not significant here.
In conclusion, it is suggested that efforts to create organizational healthy drinking culture should be made to prevent high-risk drinking of industrial workers as their drinking behaviors were related with high-risk drinking.
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