Alcohol use, peer relations and subjective happiness amongst University Students: a case study of Makerere University
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The study was carried to investigate the whether there is a significant relationship between variables of Alcohol use, Peer relations and Subjective Happiness among Makerere University students. The study sought to examine the hypotheses below; the relationship between alcohol use and peer relations, the relationship between alcohol use and subjective happiness, and the relationship between peer relationship and subjective happiness. The study took a quantitative approach was conducted using a cross sectional research design, among 300 respondents both male and female selected using random sampling. Close ended questionnaires were administered to measure alcohol use, peer relations and subjective happiness among Makerere university students. There was a significant relationship between alcohol use and peer relations, peer relations and subjective happiness and there was no significant relationship between alcohol and subjective happiness according to the results obtained.