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Wisconsin Drinking Culture
Transcript of Wisconsin Drinking Culture
Keenan Flynn Statistics:
-Drunk Driving Deaths:
-In 2007, Wisconsin drunk driving claimed more than 70 lives beyond the national average
-CDC-10 surveys on binge drinking
-3x as many taverns than the rest of the country
5th offense DUI-70 out of 161 Framing the Wisconsin Drinking Culture: College Drinking Culture Wisconsin Drunk Driving Laws
Wisconsin is the only state that treats first offenses as a traffic violation instead of crimes
It is not a felony until your fifth offense
All revocations, suspensions, and convictions arising out of the same incident only count as one against your record.
All jail or prison time can be greatly reduced if offender successfully completes a drug and/or alcohol
Underage citizens can legally drink anywhere in the state as long as they have a Parent, legal guardian, or spouse supervising Possible Solution? Law Changes
Require ignition interlocks for all repeat drunken drivers and first-time offenders with a BAC of 0.15 or greater
Make a fourth drunken driving offense a felony if it occurs within five years of a previous offense
Make first-offense drunken driving a misdemeanor if a child younger than 16 is in the vehicle
Eliminate lighter punishments for offenders who have BAC below 0.10
Expand to the rest of the state a program that gives judges the option of offering reduced jail time to offenders who complete alcohol or drug treatment Between 1999-2005, 157 college-ages students drank themselves to death.
1,700 college students die each year from alcohol-related unintentional injuries.
More than 97,000 students are victims of alcohol-related sexual assault or date rape.
About 25 % of college students report academic consequences of their drinking.
More than 150,000 students develop an alcohol-related health problem AlcoholEdu
Caffrey's & Murphy's
Playboy's 2010 #1 Catholic Party School In the 1970s, Johnny Carson said that there were
only two places to go to celebrate St. Patrick's Day:
Dublin, Ireland and Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
UWO Police Department Policies Oktoberfest
Guinness Book of World Records
River Drownings Playboy Rankings
Halloween on State Street
Mifflin Street Block Party
Madison drinking span Physiological Effects of Alcohol Short Term Long Term Moderate Consumption =
Large Consumption =
Emotional and Social Trauma Healthy Drinking Habits Safe Drinking Guidelines Buddy System Keep an Eye on Your Drink Drink in a Safe Environment Know your limit Alcohol Poisoning Slow/Irregular Breathing
Low Body Temperature
Blue-tinged Skin or Pale Skin
Confusion or Stupor
Passing Out Solution Criteria Needs to create awareness of the current state of the Wisconsin drinking culture
Needs people to understand the social and legal repercussions of irresponsible drinking
Needs to target Wisconsin college students
Needs to convey the information in an effective and inspiring manner
Needs to be interactive and engaging Statistics- Binge Drinking-#1
Percentage of drinkers in the population-#1
Driving under the influence-#1 -Lowest alcohol prices in the US
-Alcohol industry employs more than 200,000 people http://www.fdlreporter.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/99999999/WIS0110/399990694/1979 Solution- -reFRESHed
A New Perspective on Drinkning in Wisconsin
Wisconsin College Student Awareness in Wisconsin
5 Wisconsin Campuses:
Marquette, Madison, UW-Milwaukee, UW-Lacrosse, UW-Oshkosh
Sponsors: Miller-Coors, Milwaukee Brewers Responsible Drinking Groups
-Miller-Coors Fall 2010---October-November
Nov. 6-UW-Lacrosse A Timeline for reFRESHed Schedule of Events Saturday, 12-4 reFRESHed http://www.jsonline.com/news/30565984.html How? Framing the Wisconsin Drinking Culture -Wisconsin's German-ness
-Cultural Perspective---Cultural Identity
-Little outside influence Why? &