Women Are Drinking More
More women are drinking alcohol -- and more of it -- than ever before. But why? Three researchers from Iowa State University want to find out.
Iowa State University professors of sociology Susan Stewart and Gloria Jones-Johnson, along with Casandra Dorius, professor of Human Development and Family Studies, are focusing their research on how drinking habits among women change between races, economic classes, education, and life stage. The team hope that subsequent qualitative interviews, which are currently underway, will shine additional light on the personal and social conditions that continue to rising alcohol consumption among women.
On this hour of Talk of Iowa, host Charity Nebbe, dives into this new research with Stewart, Jones-Johnson and Dorius.
- Susan Stewart, professor of Sociology at Iowa State University
- Gloria Jones-Johnson, professor of Sociology at Iowa State University
- Cassandra Dorius, professor of Human Development and Family Studies
Later in the program, Nebbe is joined by Dr. Ben Lloyd, a local committee chair of Iowa Mission of Mercy. The organization has provided 14,000 patients with free dental care over the last decade, and is gearing up to provide even more care at an upcoming two-day event in Davenport, sceheduled for September 21st and 22nd.