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100 1  Everett, Michael W 
245 10 Cross-Cultural Approaches to the Study of Alcohol :|bAn 
       Interdisciplinary Perspective 
264  1 Berlin/Boston :|bDe Gruyter, Inc.,|c1976 
264  4 |c©1976 
300    1 online resource (450 pages) 
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490 1  World Anthropology Ser 
505 0  Intro -- General Editor's Preface -- Foreword -- Preface -
       - Introduction: Alcohol Studies and Anthropology -- PART 
       ONE: PIONEERING WORKS AND THEIR REASSESSMENT -- 
       Introduction -- Chamula and Chichicastenango: A Re-
       examination -- Cross-Cultural Studies of Drinking: 
       Integrated Drinking and Sex Differences in the Use of 
       Alcoholic Beverages -- PART TWO: THE ETHNOGRAPHIC DATA 
       BASE -- Introduction -- Anthropological Perspectives on 
       Alcohol: An Historical Review -- A Review and Appraisal of
       Alcohol and Kava Studies in Oceania -- European Drinking 
       Habits: A Review of Research and Some Suggestions for 
       Conceptual Integration of Findings -- Family Behavior and 
       Alcoholism -- Similarities and Differences Among a Heavily
       Arrested Group of Navajo Indian Drinkers in a Southwestern
       American Town -- PART THREE: HISTORICAL APPROACHES -- 
       Introduction -- Alcohol and Culture: The Historical 
       Evolution of Drinking Patterns Among the Mapuche -- 
       Alcohol Usage in an African Society -- Summary of an 
       Alcoholism Study in the Apurímac-Ayacucho River Valley, 
       Peru -- PART FOUR: PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOMEDICAL ASPECTS OF
       ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION -- Introduction -- Body, Mind, and 
       Booze -- Ethanol Metabolism in Various Racial Groups -- 
       Ethnic Groups, Human Variation, and Alcohol Use -- PART 
       FIVE: THE CURRENT STATUS OF CROSS-CULTURAL THEORIES -- 
       Introduction -- Cross-Cultural Evidence That Dependency 
       Conflict Motivates Drunkenness -- Drinking as a 
       Manifestation of Power Concerns -- Drunkenness and Culture
       Stress: A Holocultural Test -- The Epidemiology of 
       Alcoholism with Specific Reference to Sociocultural 
       Factors -- Theory in Alcohol Studies -- PART six: 
       METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS AND DATA COLLECTION -- 
       Introduction -- Cross-Cultural Studies of Alcoholism in 
       the Clinical Setting: Review and Evaluation -- The 
       Cultural Approach, Verbal Plans, and Alcohol Research 
505 8  Observations on Methodological Considerations for Cross- 
       Cultural Alcohol Studies -- A Documentation Resource for 
       Cross-Cultural Studies on Alcohol -- Biographical Notes --
       Index of Names -- Index of Subjects 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 Alcoholism -- Congresses.;Drinking customs -- 
       Congresses.;Alcohol -- Physiological effect -- Congresses 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Wadell, Jack O 
700 1  Heath, Dwight B 
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       Approaches to the Study of Alcohol : An Interdisciplinary 
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