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Drinking Cultures

Alcohol and Identity

by Thomas M. Wilson

  • 155 Want to read
  • 17 Currently reading

Published by Berg Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cultural studies,
  • Customs,
  • Social & cultural anthropology,
  • Sociology - General,
  • Drinking of alcoholic beverage,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology,
  • Social aspects,
  • Drinking of alcoholic beverages,
  • Anthropology - General,
  • Customs & Traditions,
  • Social Science / Anthropology / General,
  • Anthropology - Cultural,
  • Alcoholic beverages,
  • Drinking customs

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8623627M
    ISBN 101859738680
    ISBN 109781859738689

      Drinking Cultures by Thomas M. Wilson, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(14).   The starting point of the book is that teenage drinking—‘heavy’ Nordic or Anglo-Saxon drinking as well as the more moderate Mediterranean drinking patterns—cannot be understood independently of adults’ drinking cultures and : Marja Holmila.

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Drinking Cultures by Thomas M. Wilson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Drinking Cultures is an anthology of anthropology. It is yet another book that I was assigned to read in a college class but did not have time for.

Seriously, there is too much reading in a full load even for a nerd like me who loves reading stuff like this.5/5(1). Drinking Cultures situates its consumption within the context of these wider cultural practices and reveals how class, ethnicity and nationalism are all expressed through this very popular commodity.

Drawing on original fieldwork, contributors look at the interplay of culture and power in bars and pubs, the significance of advertising symbols. Drinking Cultures is an anthology of anthropology. It is yet another book that I was assigned to read in a college class but did not have time for.

Seriously, there is too much reading in a full load even for a nerd like me who loves reading stuff like this/5.

Table of contents. Chapter 1 Drinking Cultures: Sites and Practices in the Production and Expression of Identity Thomas M. Wilson, Binghampton University Chapter 2 Drinking Country: Flows of Exchange in a Japanese Valley Brian Moeran, Copenhagen Business School Chapter 3 'Cold Beer, Warm Hearts': Community, Belonging and Desire in Irish Pubs in.

Youth Drinking Cultures in a Digital World focuses on how pervasive social networking technologies contribute to drinking cultures.

It brings together international contributions from leading researchers in this emerging field to explore how new technologies are reconfiguring the key themes, traditional interests, practices and concerns of Format: Hardcover. The aim of this book is to analyse drinking patterns among young people, with particular emphasis on experiences in different European societies.

It answers the questions: how can binge drinking be explained and understood. Is alcohol consumption related to the particular cultural characteristics of European countries. "This Drinking Cultures book looks at alcohol consumption across cultures and what drinking means to the people who consume or, equally tellingly, refuse to consume, From Ireland to Hong Kong, Mexico to Germany, alcohol plays a key role in a wide range of functions religious, familial, social.

Thus, for instance, in the ECAS surveys (European Comparative Alcohol Study, Leifman, ; Ramstedt and Hope, ) drinking at least the equivalent of a bottle of wine on an occasion was more common in the age group than among older respondents among men in Finland, Sweden, Germany, the UK, Ireland and France, and among women in the Cited by: Youth Drinking Cultures offers a comprehensive set of perspectives on adolescent drinking in Europe.

In linking issues around social identity and the life-course with a highly topical area of media and policy concern, the book will be of great value to sociology and social policy scholars, especially youth researchers, and also to professionals.

Alcohol is not only big business, it has become an essential part of social relations in so many cultures that its global importance may be outdistancing its critics. Despite grim health warnings, its consumption is at an all-time high in many parts of the developed world.

Perhaps because drinking has always played a key role in identity, its uses and meanings show no signs of abating.

Drinking Cultures situates its consumption within the context of these wider cultural practices and reveals how class, ethnicity and nationalism are all expressed through this very popular commodity.

Drawing on original fieldwork, contributors look at the interplay of culture and power in bars and pubs, the significance of advertising symbols Pages: Table of Contents. Introduction to youth drinking cultures in a digital world, Antonia C.

Lyons, Timothy McCreanor, Ian Goodwin & Helen Moewaka Barnes Part I: Identities, Social Relations and Power Chapter eralism, alcohol, and identity: A symptomatic reading of young people’s drinking cultures in a digital world, Ian Goodwin & Christine Griffin Chapter 2.

The only up-to-date, sociocultural work focusing on mainstream drinking-cultures in different European societies is Heath’s () International Handbook on Alcohol and Culture. Although by far the most informative source currently available, this is a global survey with only pages on each country.

There is a clear and urgent need for. This book has analysed youth drinking in Europe and especially drinking focused on intoxication.

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Always update books hourly, if not looking, search in the book search column. Enjoy % FREE. Youth Drinking Cultures: European Experiences this book provides the big picture of the discovery, interchange, and exploitation of the planet's psychoactive resources, from tea. This chapter considers drinking cultures of the middle- and upper-classes where there was a desire to consume alcohol in a conspicuous manner in order to reflect and promote social status.

One of the key ways of achieving this was to consume the ‘right’ sorts of drinks in the ‘right’ kind of : Thora Hands. TY - BOOK. T1 - Exploring men's risky drinking cultures. AU - Roberts, Steven. AU - Ralph, Brittany Louise. AU - Elliott, Karla Beth.

AU - Robards, Brady JayAuthor: Steven Roberts, Brittany Louise Ralph, Karla Beth Elliott, Brady Jay Robards, Michael Savic, Joanne. Drinking Cultures: Alcohol and Identity by Thomas M Wilson (Editor) starting at $ Drinking Cultures: Alcohol and Identity has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.

In all cultures, drinking is an essentially social act, and one of the primary functions of alcohol is the facilitation of social bonding. This perception of alcohol as a quintessentially ‘social’ substance is reinforced by the practices associated with its consumption at rites of passage - the rituals of pouring, sharing, toasting, round.

Among young Spaniards, drinking cultures have become more cosmopolitan as a result of external cultural influences and marketing, and are being influenced less by traditions passed down through the generations, 69 Drinking in public places has also become hugely popular, and the botellón phenomenon, where young people meet in public places Cited by: On the other hand, Sweden is a typical example of the so-called Nordic drinking cultures, in which alcohol consumption traditionally and mainly takes place during weekends and outside meals.drinking culture and how it developed as the friends grew older.

The 41 young people who participated were aged 18 or 19 when interviewed, and were asked about their teenage drinking behaviours between the ages of 12 and The report: • discusses the development of drinking etiquette (a set of tacitFile Size: KB.