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|Statement||[by] Craig MacAndrew and Robert B. Edgerton.|
|Contributions||Edgerton, Robert B., 1931- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HV5035 .M32|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 197 p.|
|Number of Pages||197|
|LC Control Number||68008154|
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When Aldine originally published this book inthe emerging multidisciplinary field of alcohol studies was dominated by biology, chemistry, physiology, and other 'hard sciences.' As such, writes Dwight Heath in his new foreword, the work challenged the prevailing wisdom in the authors' use of historical, ethnographic, and cross-cultural data and their analysis of drinking behavior as an.
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Having been written in it has a flavor that can only be savored in older books. The author draws on hundreds of studies, many of which are funny because they involve drunken belligerence and nonsense.
But the book has a /5. Drunken Comportment A Social Explanation MacAndrew, Craig and Edgerton, Robert Published by ALDINE PUBLISHING COMPANY, CHICAGO (). Additional Physical Format: Online version: MacAndrew, Craig, Drunken comportment: a social explanation.
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Individuals may use alcohol as a " time-out " from usual social expectations and assume that they will not be held culpable for their behavior if they can use drunkenness as an excuse (MacAndrew. Drunken Comportment: A Social Explanation by Craig MacAndrew; Robert B.
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Edgerton, Craig MacAndrew | at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or Pages: The challenge of moving beyond the book is to understand what lies behind cultural variations in drunken comportment. Four specific factors in variations in drunken comportment are discussed.
(1) A common contrast is between “wet” societies, where drinking is banalized everyday, and “dry” societies, where alcohol is set apart as a. Even one’s behaviour when drunk – as MacAndrew and Edgerton famously demonstrated in Drunken Comportment – reflects social learning and mores of the social milieu.
(2) Alcohol is also, crucially, a commodity – though, as contemporary public health advocates insist, ‘no ordinary’ one. MacAndrew, C., and Edgerton, R.B., Drunken Comportment: A Social Explanation, Aldine, Chicago,p.
Thus, how we learn to drink and continue to drink is determined most by the drinking we observe, the attitudes about drinking we pick up, and the people we drink with.
DRUNKEN COMPORTMENT, A SOCIAL EXPLANATION by CRAIG MACANDREW and ROBERT B. EDGERTON. Chicago: Aldine Publishing Company, I Ina conference was held which, it was remarked, “might be viewed as a festschrift for MacAndrew and Edgerton's book on Drunken Comportment” (Room & Collins,pp.
Those of us who organized the meeting had wanted to demonstrate the potential explanatory power of social science in alcohol studies — that the contributions of. Social and Cultural Aspects of Drinking Culture, chemistry and consequences "The cross-cultural study of alcohol represents a classic natural experiment: a single species (Homo Sapiens), a single drug substance (ethanol) and a great diversity of behavioural outcomes." Marshall As such, writes Dwight Heath in his new foreword, the work challenged the prevailing wisdom in the authors' use of historical, ethnographic, and cross-cultural data and their analysis of drinking behavior as an anthropological and sociocultural tions of Anthropology: Drunken Comportment: A Social Explanation (Paperback)Brand: Robert B Edgerton; Craig Macandrew.John J.
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