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12.20.2015


Stefano Caneppele
Bruno Bertelli
Marina Marchiaro
Valentina Molin
Martina Viganò

Risky behaviour
ISBN code:
978-88-8443-652-8
With the financial support of:
Transcrime
Citazione corretta:

Caneppele, S., Bertelli , B., Marchiaro, M., Molin, V., Viganò M. (2015), Risky Behaviours, Transcrime
Research in Brief – N.4/2015, Trento (IT): Transcrime – Università degli Studi di Trento

Transcrime Research in Brief – 04. Risky Behaviours

This study presents data on the prevalence of the following risky behaviours: tobacco and alcohol consumption, drug use and gambling.

The data were collected through a CAWI survey among high school, technical institute and vocational training centre students (15-19 years old).

The survey was carried out in April/May 2014 in 12 schools located in the Trentino Province (Northern Italy).

The study analised risky behaviours in relation to gender, age, citizenship, academic achievement and type of school attended.

The findings are based on 1,200 questionnaires representative of the students in the province (21,465).

The activity, coordinated by Transcrime, was supported by the Autonomous Province of Trento under the project Monitoring and preventing pathological gambling in Trentino (Caneppele and Marchiaro 2015).

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