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Appendix B: Further reading

Chapter 1

Barr, A. 1995. Drink. London: Bantam.

Brandt, A M. 1987. No Magic Bullet: A Social History of Venereal Disease in the United States since 1880. New York: Oxford University Press.

Burns, E. 2004. The Spirits of America: A Social History of Alcohol. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Eckersley, R. 1992. Youth and the Challenge to Change. Carlton South: Australia’s Commission for the Future.

Engels, F. 1844/1987. The Condition of the Working Class in England. London: Penguin.

Gately, I. 2008. Drink: A Cultural History of Alcohol. New York: Gotham.

Greenaway, J. 2003. Drink and British Politics since 1830: A Study in Policy-making. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Holt, M P., editor. 2006. Alcohol: A Social and Cultural History. New York: Berg.

Hunter, I. 1994. Rethinking the School. St. Martins Press: New York.

Kant, I. 1978. Anthropology from a Pragmatic Point of View. Trans. Dowell, V L. Rudnick, H H, editor. London: Feffer and Simons.

Levine, H G. 1978. ‘The discovery of addiction: Changing conceptions of habitual drunkenness in America’. Journal of Studies in Alcohol 39: 143–174.

Monkkonen, E H. 1981. ‘A disorderly people? Urban order in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries’. The Journal of American History 68: 539–59.

O’Malley, P; Valverde, M. 2004. ‘Pleasure, freedom and drugs: The use of “pleasure” in liberal governance of drugs and alcohol consumption’. Sociology 38: 25–42.

de Toqueville, A. 1835/2002. Democracy in America. Trans. Mansfield, H C; Winthrop, D. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

Chapter 2

Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS). 2000. Patterns and Predictors of Teenagers’ use of Licit and Illicit Substances in the Australian Temperament Project Cohort. Australia: University of Melbourne.

Miller, W R; Heather, N; Hall, W. 1991. ‘Calculating standard drink units: international comparisons’. British Journal of Addiction 86: 43–47.

Chapter 3

Bell, D. 2006. ‘Commensality, urbanity, hospitality’. In Critical Hospitality Studies, edited by Lashley, C; Lynch, P; Morrison, A. London: Butterworth-Heinemann.

Christie, N. 1965. ‘Scandinavian experience in legislation and control’. National Conference on Legal Issues in Alcoholism and Alcohol Usage. Boston: Boston University Law-Medicine Institute: 101–122.

Douglas, M., editor. 1987. Constructive Drinking. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hemstrom, Orjan. 2001. ‘Informal alcohol control in six European countries’, presented at a conference on Alcohol Consumption and Harm and Policy in the European Union, Public Health Institute, Stockholm, 17–18 March.

Home Office. 2005. Drinking Responsibly: The Government’s Proposals. Accessed 2 July 2009. Available from:
http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/documents/2005-cons-drinking/.

Kneale, J. 2001. ‘The place of drink: Temperance and the public 1956–1914’. Social and Cultural Geography 2 (1): 43–59.

Olsson, B. 1990. ‘Alkoholpolitik och alkoholens fenomenologi’ (‘Alcohol policy and alcohol’s phenomenology: opinions as articulated in the press’). Alkoholpolitik – Tidskrift for nordisk alkoholforskning 7: 184–194.

Ramstedt, Mats. 2001. ‘Alcohol consumption and the experience of adverse consequences – a comparison of six European countries’, presented at a conference on Alcohol Consumption and Harm and Policy in the European Union, Public Health Institute, Stockholm, 17–18 March.

Rose, N. 2007. The Politics of Life itself: Biomedicine, Power and Subjectivity in the Twenty First Century. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Tonkiss, F. 2004. ‘Urban cultures: Spatial tactics’. In Urban Culture: Critical Concepts in Literary and Cultural Studies. Jenks, C., editor. London: Routledge.

Wilson, T. 2005. ‘Drinking cultures: Sites and practices in the production and expression of identity’. In Drinking Cultures, Wilson, T., editor. Oxford: Berg: 1–24.

Chapter 4

Commonwealth Department of Human Services and Health. 1996. National Drug Strategy Household Survey Urban Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Supplement 1994. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service.

Courtenay, W H. 2000. ‘Engendering health: A social constructionist examination
of men’s health beliefs and behaviours’. Psychology of Men and Masculinity 1:
4–15.

Crawford, M. 1995. Talking difference: On gender and language. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage.

D’abbs, P; Togni, S. 2000. ‘Liquor licensing and community action in regional and remote Australia: A review of recent initiatives’. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 24: 45–53.

Drugs and Crime Prevention Committee: Parliament of Victoria. 2001. Inquiry into Public Drunkenness. Accessed 2 July 2009. Available from:
http://www.parliament.vic.gov.au/dcpc/Reports%20in%20PDF/Drunkenness_final_report.pdf.

Forsyth, A; Barnard, M; McKeganey, N P. 1997. ‘Alcopop Supernova: Are alcoholic lemonades (alcopops) responsible for under-age drunkenness?’ International Journal of Health Education 35 (2):53–8.

Hughes, K. MacKintosh, A M; Hastings, G; Wheeler, C. 1997. ‘Young people, alcohol and designer drinks: Quantitative and qualitative study’, British Medical Journal
314: 414–18.

McDonald, D. 1992. ‘National police custody survey’. In Deaths in Custody Australia, 1980 –1989: The Research Papers of the Criminology Unit of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, Biles, D; McDonald, D. eds. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology: 303–50.

Meashan, F. 2002. ‘“Doing Gender” –“Doing Drugs”: Conceptualizing the gendering of drugs cultures’. Contemporary Drug Problems 29 (2): 335–73.

Moore, K. 2004. ‘“Sort drugs make mates”: The use and meanings of mobiles in dance music club culture’. In Reinventing Music: Social and Collaborative Aspects of New Music Technology, Brown, B; O’Hara, K. eds. Bristol: Hewlett-Packard.

Moore, K; Miles, S. 2004. ‘Young People, Dance and the Sub-Cultural Consumption of Drugs’. Addiction Research & Theory. 12: 507–523.

Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, National Report. 1991. Vol. 1. Canberra: AGPS.

Chapter 5

Mill, J S. 1859/1974. On Liberty. London: Penguin.

Miller, C J. 1999. Annotation: Competency of Nonexpert Witness to Testify, in Criminal Case, Based upon Personal Observation, as to Whether Person Was under the Influence of Drugs. American Law Reports. Vol. 4, 21: 905–17.

Norris, J; Cubbins, L. 1992. ‘Dating, drinking and rape: Effects of victims’ and assailants’ alcohol consumption on judgments of their behaviour and traits’. Psychology of Women Quarterly 16: 179–91.

Stormo, K; Lang. A; Stritzke, Q. 1997. ‘Attributions about acquaintance rape: The role of alcohol and individual differences. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 27 (4): 279–305.

Summary Offences Act. 1966. ‘Victoria’s Alcohol Action Plan 2008–2013’. (Vic) 5813,
14 and 16. Accessed 5 June 2009. Available at:
http://www.health.vic.gov.au/drugservices/downloads/action_plan.pdf.

Wall, A; Schuller, R. 2000. ‘Sexual assault and defendant/victim intoxication: Jurors’ perceptions of guilt’. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 30 (2): 353–74.

Cite this chapter as: Kelly, Peter; Advocat, Jenny; Harrison, Lyn; Hickey, Chris. 2011. ‘Appendix B: Further reading’, in Smashed! The Many Meanings of Intoxication and Drunkenness. Melbourne: Monash University Publishing. pp. 195–197.

Smashed! The Many Meanings of Drunkenness and Intoxications - contents

   by Peter Kelly, Jenny Advocat, Lyn Harrison, Christopher Hickey