Venue-Level Predictors of Alcohol-Related Violence: An Exploratory Study in Melbourne, Australia
The direct and indirect socio-economic costs associated with alcohol-related violence in the night economy are significant and escalating. This violence tends to be associated with a small proportion of venues. Little is known about which risk factors are most closely associated with alcohol-related aggression at the venue level. Alcohol-related aggression was measured through a novel survey of industry experts on the Melbourne night-economy. Individual venue risk factors were measured via an...[Show more]
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