By Henry Yeomans
Alcohol intake is usually defined as a latest, worsening and mainly British social challenge that calls for radical remedial legislation. expert by way of old study and sociological research, this e-book takes an leading edge and clean examine how Public attitudes and the legislation of Alcohol have constructed via time. It argues that, instead of a reaction to developments in intake or damage, ongoing anxieties approximately Alcohol are top understood as 'Hangovers' derived, specifically, from the Victorian interval. The manufactured from numerous years of study, this publication goals to aid readers think again their understandings of ingesting. As such, it truly is crucial examining for college students, lecturers and a person with a major curiosity in Britain's 'drink problem'.
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This latter task allows for the normative judgments that underpin legal regulation to be interrogated and for the moral ethos that animated forms of legal regulation, as in Corrigan and Sayer’s work, to be considered. The enforcement of law, by courts, police or other agencies, is not directly analysed here and is studied only in so far as it featured in public discourse at any point in time. Partly this is due to time constraints but also due to the concentration here on, to return to Rose and Miller’s term, the ‘will to govern’ drinking.
Fear and Loathing in Kansas City’, Anthropology Today, 2010, vol 26 (4), pp 4-7. 128 Hunt, Governing Morals, pp 7-8. 129 Wiener, Reconstructing the Criminal, pp 3-4. 130 Emsley, Clive, The English Police, London: Longman, 1991, p 5. 131 Corrigan and Sayer, The Great Arch, p 14. 132 Rose and Miller, ‘Political Power Beyond the State’, pp 190-191. 133 This sample was Part 1 of the BL’s digitisation project (as Part 2 was not available at the time research was conducted). Also, although Scottish and Irish 32 Thinking about drinking newspapers are contained within the BL’s catalogue, they are not utilised unless they bear some specific relevance to events in England and Wales.
69 Harrison, Drink and the Victorians; Shiman, Lilian Lewis, Crusade Against Drink, Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1988. Although Harrison’s timeframe extends only until 1872, his final chapter ‘The End’ comments on the drink problem after that date and into the early years of the 20th century. 70 Shiman, Crusade Against Drink, p 4; Harrison, Drink and the Victorians, pp 393396. 71 Shiman, Crusade Against Drink, pp 1-5 and pp 244-248. P. Thompson’s examination of Methodism in the same period. Dorn, by contrast, tied the temperance movement to state concerns for social control over the working class.
Alcohol and Moral Regulation: Public Attitudes, Spirited Measures and Victorian Hangovers by Henry Yeomans