Drinking Cultures: Alcohol and Identity

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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. What does sake tell us about Japan or burgundy about France? How does the act of consuming or indeed abstaining from alcohol tie in with ...

Drinking Cultures: Alcohol and Identity 2005, Berg Publishers, New York

ISBN-13: 9781859738733

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Drinking Cultures: Alcohol and Identity 2005, Berg 3pl, New York

ISBN-13: 9781859738689

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