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Second Hand Effects

Reports of Second Hand Effects of alcohol use in the research literature further document the far-reaching harms nationally and at UC Berkeley.

Percentages of Students Experiencing Negative
Second-Hand Effects Related to Others' Drinking

Second-Hand Effects
All Undergraduate Students
 
UC Berkeley
CSS, 2012 (past semester)
Had studying or sleep disrupted
38%
Had to take care of a drunken student
28%
Had been insulted or humiliated
16%
Had experienced an unwanted sexual advance
18%
Had serious argument or quarrel
6%
Had property damaged
8%
Had been pushed, hit, or assaulted
10%
Were victims of sexual assault or date rape
3%
Been taken advantage of sexually
4%
Damaged property
6%

 

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Last revised: July 2013

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