By Henry Yeomans
Alcohol intake is often defined as a modern, worsening and chiefly British social challenge that calls for radical remedial rules. knowledgeable by means of historic study and sociological research, this publication takes an leading edge and fresh examine how Public attitudes and the law of Alcohol have built via time. It argues that, instead of a reaction to tendencies in intake or damage, ongoing anxieties approximately Alcohol are most sensible understood as 'Hangovers' derived, specifically, from the Victorian interval. The made of a number of years of analysis, this ebook goals to assist readers reassess their understandings of consuming. As such, it really is crucial analyzing for college kids, teachers and a person with a major curiosity in Britain's 'drink problem'.
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Legislation is analysed in reference to the forms of regulation it established (or attempted to establish) in addition to being assessed for its qualitative symmetry to public attitudes. 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.
91 Cohen, Stanley, Folk Devils and Moral Panics, London: MacGibbon and Kee, 1972, p 9. , and Snyder, Charles R. (eds) Society, Culture and Drinking Patterns, New York, NY: John Wiley and Sons, 1962. ’. Critcher has also examined this period with reference to moral panic theory: Critcher, Chas, ‘Drunken Antics: The Gin Craze, Binge Drinking and Political Economy of Moral Regulation’, in Hier, Sean (ed) Moral Panics and Politics of Anxiety, Abingdon: Routledge, 2011, pp 171-189. , Whigs and Hunters, Harmondswoth: Penguin, 1977, p 195.
Similarly, parliamentary debates are not studied through their minutes (available through Hansard) but, largely, through how they were reported in the press at the time. Public discourse is distinct from parliamentary discourse as well as public opinion. These sources relate primarily to the public actions of certain campaign or pressure groups, such as Victorian temperance societies or contemporary public health groups. An exhaustive analysis of the actions of such groups is not attempted but they are investigated when, as active discursive agents, their efforts to morally regulate the use of alcohol gain some significance (as evidenced in wider public discourse).
Alcohol and Moral Regulation: Public Attitudes, Spirited Measures and Victorian Hangovers by Henry Yeomans