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Index of subjects

acute alcohol intoxication 25, 33, 39, 42, 43, 46, 103–4

addiction 21, 143, 149

advertising see marketing

AFL (Australian Football League) 173

alcohol telescoping 35

Alcoholics Anonymous 139, 143

alcoholism 21, 44, 52, 151–52, 118

alcopops 10, 116

Amnesty International 159

Anti-Social Behaviour Order (ASBO) 139–40

Atlantic Monthly, The 141

Australian Bureau of Statistics 42

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) 41, 42, 104

autonomy 3, 22, 168, 170

BAC (blood alcohol content) 36–38, 45–50, 54, 58–59, 111–12, 124–25, 163, 166

bachelorette parties 133–4

Battle of Hastings 3

Beer Act, the 15–17

binge drinking 34–38, 94, 95, 100, 103

and cultural stereotypes xix, 180

definitions of xix, 28, 35–38, 42, 110

and health 43

in history 4, 9, 68

in the media 28, 30–31, 68–69, 86, 92, 95–99

measures of 36–38

and night time economy 83, 85

and sex 155

students and x, 164

and young people 71, 82, 94, 95, 100, 103

BrAC (breath alcohol content) 45, 49–50, 52

calibration of tests 58

clamp 52

Broken Windows theory 141–42

Bulletin, The 1

Bush (George W.) Administration 27

cider 8–9, 95–96, 104, 117

civil liability laws 165–71

complexity, definition of xvii

consent 155–59

drinking games 104–5, 113

drinking guidelines 41, 161

drunken comportment 105, 121, 126–27,163

and gender 131–2

drunkenness

as performance 90–91

see also public drunkenness

DSM-IV (Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders, 4th ed) 38–9

duty of care

of drivers 166–67

of venues 167–71

EBAC (estimated blood alcohol content) 112

emotion and intoxication 28

gender differences 132

psychology of 39–40, 105

and social class 15

emotional problems and intoxication 101

see also suicide

energy drinks 10

Enlightenment, The 11, 13, 22

ethnicity, in the United States 22, 107

European Comparative Alcohol Study (ECAS) 75–76

European School Survey Project on Alcohol and other Drugs (ESPAD) 77, 100, 102

expectancy effects 40–41, 50–51, 63–64, 158

family history 52

femininity 127, 134–35

see also women

fraternities 90–91

functional MRI 41

gender

alcohol metabolism 129–30

media coverage about 127–29

and psychology 130

social interaction and the construction of 131

gender differences 73–74

see also masculinity; femininity

Gin Alley 22

gin epidemic 10

Gin Lane 1, 10

HBSC survey (Health Behaviour in School-aged Children) 101–102

Indigenous Australians 7, 118–27, 144

media representations of 117–21

and public drunkenness 121–7

sobering-up centres for 124–27

see Northern Territory Intervention, The

insanity plea 13, 151–53

John Locke on the 12

intoxication

as excuse 11–14, 75–76, 78–79, 133–35, 149–54, 175–77,

as metaphor 27–28, 57, 132

as rebellion 14

frequency of 45, 47, 53, 61, 63, 75, 101, 102, 106–7, 111, 129

and pedestrian behaviours 166–71

intoxication doctrine, the 148

Liverpool 17–19

Maori 115, 120

Mardi Gras 78–80

marketing, of alcohol 81, 84, 90–91, 115–17

masculinity

and violence 171–77

media representation of 171–73

mateship 7

military history, United States 22–24

moderate consumption 21, 22, 38, 44–45, 62, 83

morality 3, 9, 10–11

murder pamphlets 13

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (U.S.) 36, 44

National Police Custody Survey 124

newspapers

Age, The 6, 31, 44, 94, 95, 97, 98, 119, 143, 173

Australian, The 68, 70, 96, 118, 119, 140, 142, 143, 144, 155

Guardian, The 5, 8, 27, 29, 30, 68, 69, 70, 97, 127, 128, 140, 144, 145, 146

Herald Sun, The 26, 44, 45, 68, 94

Otago Daily Times 96, 98, 138, 142

New York Times, The 5,6, 24, 26, 44, 56, 66, 70, 97, 98, 128, 138, 141, 172

New Zealand Herald 7, 25, 28, 31, 65, 66, 67, 68, 96, 97, 120, 121, 127, 139, 140, 141, 142, 155

Sunday Age, The 26, 95, 119

Sunday Times, The 25

Sydney Morning Herald, The 98, 120, 128, 140, 146–47

Times, The 5, 172

Wall Street Journal, The 66

Washington Post, The 66, 99, 138, 142, 143

Weekend Australian, The 173

night-time economy 81–87

Northern Territory Intervention, The 120–21, 144

Palm Island 118–19

parental occupation 106–8

parenting 78, 89, 94, 96, 97–98, 112–13

personal responsibility xv, 9–19, 17, 66

and the law 168, 170

see also Enlightenment, The

pre-drinking 110

prohibition

as patriotic 24

in the United States 19–24

public drunkenness

as crime 7–8, 18, 19

as sin 20

and Indigenous Australians 121–24

in the night-time economy 82, 146

and RSA laws 163

and social class 16–17

and women 128

Responsible Serving of Alcohol (RSA) 159–65

risk 112

culture of 83–84, 86, 90–91

disinhibitory effect of alcohol 41

drinking guidelines 41–42

health related 42–45, 103

and levels of consumption 125–26, 159

and licensing laws 146, 159

and media representation of young people 96–97

and social class 106, 107

and suicidal behaviour 39

and the law 155–57, 169–70

young people and experience of 53

rite of passage 97, 113–15

schoolies 94, 95

self-control

and drunkenness 20–22, 61–62, 109

and intoxication 81, 111, 114

and legal protection 157

and social class 15, 17

self-report 29, 34, 52, 53, 54, 74, 105, 111–12

sentencing 149, 154–55

sexual assault 148, 156, 158

slang (Australian) 31

slang (British) 30

sobering-up centres 121–27

social class 10–11, 16–17, 68, 99, 106–8, 174–75

social cues 40, 150

spring break 94

statistics 17–19, 43–44

Subjective High Assessment Scale 53

suicide 33, 39, 42, 97, 119

temperance

in the United States 19–24

in New Zealand 67

tourism 77, 80–81

or alcotourism 81, 92, 180

violence

cultural differences of 75–76

government regulation of 144–47

and Indigenous Australians 118–21, 123, 126–27

and intoxication 176–77

and male aggression 174

Mardi Gras 79–80

within the night-time economy 82, 85–86

and representation in the media 65–69, 172–74

and the law 149

women and 128

young people and 96–97

see also masculinity

women

and alcohol expectancy 40–41

and alcohol metabolism 129–30

and nature 132

and consent to sexual encounters 155–59

and drinking guidelines 28, 31, 37, 44–45, 161

in history 7, 10

in the media 127–29

and levels of intoxication 47, 125

and morality 73–74

and psychological difference to men 130, 135, 174

see also femininity; bachelorette parties

Cite this chapter as: Kelly, Peter; Advocat, Jenny; Harrison, Lyn; Hickey, Chris. 2011. ‘Index of subjects’, in Smashed! The Many Meanings of Intoxication and Drunkenness. Melbourne: Monash University Publishing. pp. 227–229.

Smashed! The Many Meanings of Drunkenness and Intoxications - contents

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