Tapilina, Vera Sergeevna (2007). How much does Russia drink: volume, dynamics and differentiation of alcohol consumption. Russian Social Science Review, 48(2)
Investigated standards, dynamics, & differentiation in alcohol consumption, as well as social demographic aspects of excessive drinking in Russian Federation 1994 through 2002. The data originate in official statistics & the Russian longitudinal monitoring survey (RLMS). The RLMS original data were corrected by weighing it up. Following features of alcohol consumption have been ascertained as outstanding: high level of per capita alcohol consumption accompanied by its intensive growth. Composition of consumption is changing with regard to both strong & weak drinks. Alcohol consumers tend to increasingly differentiate by amount of consumption, & there is a steady & marked increase of excessive alcohol consumers. Adapted from the source document.
Russian Social Science Review
Tapilina, Vera Sergeevna