Table of contents for College drinking : reframing a social problem / George W. Dowdall.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface
The Perspective of this Book
Plan of the Book
Chapter 1, "College Drinking As A Social Problem"
The Image of College Drinking
From Alma Mater to Enabler
Bright College Days, Dark College Nights
College Drinking as a Social Problem
The Rise and Fall of Social Problems on the Public Agenda
How Higher Education is Changing
College Drinking as a Rising Social Problem
Conclusion
Chapter 2, "Reframing College Drinking"
Defining Binge or Heavy Episodic Drinking
How Widespread is College Drinking?
Longterm Trends in College Drinking
College Versus Noncollege Drinking
Conclusion
Chapter 3, "The Impact of College Drinking"
What Shapes College Drinking?
Pre-College Traits Predict Heavy College Drinking
Factors in College Drinking
Consequences of College Drinking
Academic Costs
Secondhand Effects
Alcohol Dependence and Abuse
Fatalities
Hard and Soft Costs
Snapshot of Health Consequences
A Culture of College Drinking
Conclusion
Chapter 4, "The 'Dark Figure' Of Alcohol-Related Campus Crime: The Gap Between Reported Incidents And Victimization"
Campus Crime
Alcohol and Campus Crime
Consequences of College Drinking
Is Alcohol a Cause of Violence?
Preventing Binge Drinking and Alcohol-Related Crime
Drug Use
How One Campus Responds to Crime
Conclusion
Chapter 5, "Work Hard, Play Hard: College Drinking, Social Life, and Sex"
What Students Expect from College
Hooking Up: Sex, Sociability, And Alcohol
A College Rape: Kathy And Joe
Intoxicated Rape
Alcohol as a Date Rape Drug
Alcohol and Duke Lacrosse
The Duke Alcohol Scene
"Gray Rape," Intoxicated Sex, Party Rape?
Lessons Learned from the Duke Lacrosse Case
Conclusion
Chapter 6, "Public Alcohol Policy And College Drinking"
Public Policy about Alcohol 
The Alcohol Industry
Contemporary Issues in Public Alcohol Policy	
Public Alcohol Policy and College Drinking
Underage Drinking Policy
Recent Federal Legislation: The Stop Act
How State Policy Shapes College Drinking
How Public Policy Shapes College Prevention	
Conclusion
Chapter 7, "The College Response: Reframing Prevention"
The Higher Education Center
New Organizations Join the College Drinking Field
The Niaaa Task Force
The Culture of College Drinking
What Works
The Effects of Individual Interventions
The Evaluation of Social Norms Campaigns
Internet-Based Prevention
What Prevents Successful Prevention?
The Treatment Gap
Conclusion
Chapter 8, "What More Can Colleges Do?"
'Wasting the Best and the Brightest'
The U.S. Surgeon General's Call To Action
Should the Minimum Drinking Age be Changed?
What Colleges Should Do
Presidential Leadership
A Problem for Higher Education
Conclusion
Chapter 9, "How To Cope With College Drinking: What Students And Parents Can Do"
Before College
Avoid College Entirely?
Choosing a College or University
Using College Guides and Rankings
Using The U.S. Department of Education Clery Act Data
Choosing A College For Students In Recovery
The Transition to College: Students Entering the Red Zone
How Students Can Learn More
Dealing with Alcohol Emergencies
Colleges and Parents: A Changing Relationship
College Safety and Security
Conclusion
Appendix A, "Sources for Further Information." 
Appendix B, "Methods and Data." 
Appendix C, "Timeline." 
Appendix D, "Alcohol and Crime Data." 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

College students -- Alcohol use -- United States.
College students -- Alcohol use -- United States.
Young adults -- Alcohol use -- United States.
Alcoholism -- United States -- Prevention.