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Cross-cultural study of drinking.
|Series||Quarterly journal of studies on alcohol. Supplement, no. 3|
|Contributions||Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies.|
|LC Classifications||RC565 .R84 no. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 114 p.|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||76007125|
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The first drinking culture, in Japan, has as its theme a drinking party which reinforces social roles and hierarchy and even has rules for behavior when its celebrants are drunk.
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Format Book Published Geneva: World Health Organization, c Description ix, p. ; 30 cm. Other contributors World Health Organization. Mental Health Evidence and Research Team.
Notes. 2“Cross-cultural psychology is the empirical study of members of various cul-ture groups who have had different experiences that lead to predictable and significant differences in behavior.
In the majority of such studies,the groups under study speak different languages and are governed by different political. Jan 01, · Cross-Cultural Approaches to the Study of Alcohol An Interdisciplinary Perspective. Ed. by Everett, Michael W.
/ Waddell, Jack O. / Heath, Dwight B. Book Book Series. Frontmatter Pages I-XVIII. Get Access to Full Text BUNZEL, RUTH Pages Get Access to Full Text. Cross-Cultural Studies of Drinking: Integrated Drinking and Sex Cited by: Mar 29, · To address this issue, Lydia Johnson has crafted a guidebook that assists people involved in helping ministries understand concerns arising in cross-cultural caregiving.
Through this book, Johnson hopes to "stimulate open-ended conversation, honest self-examination, and proactive imagining about a 'way forward"' (xiii) in readers' cross. Aug 04, · Drinking Cultures: Alcohol and Identity Paperback – July 14, The result is the first sustained, cross-cultural study of the profound impact alcohol has on national identity throughout the world today.
The book includes 2 maps, 2 tables, 2 diagrams. Frequently bought together + + Total price: $ Add all 5/5(1). Feb 20, · Includes bibliographical references and indexes Chamula and Chichicastenango: a re-examination / Ruth Bunzel -- Cross-cultural studies of drinking: integrated drinking and sex differences in the use of alcoholic beverages / Margaret K.
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