Women Drinking Out in Britain Since the Early 20th Century

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Part of the Studies in Popular Culture series edited by Jeffrey Richards, this volume examines how women’s (responsible) drinking habits have changed in response to factors ranging from war to moral panic over the last century. Tracing the shifting cultures of drinking since the late Victorian ‘boozer’, Gutzke discusses, among many topics, the business of advertising alcohol to women, changes to drinking venues, the youth subculture of drinking, and binge drinking.

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Women Drinking Out in Britain Since the Early 20th Century

Women Drinking Out in Britain Since the Early 20th Century

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Part of the Studies in Popular Culture series edited by Jeffrey Richards, this volume examines how women’s (responsible) drinking habits have changed in response to factors ranging from war to moral panic over the last century. Tracing the shifting cultures of drinking since the late Victorian ‘boozer’, Gutzke discusses, among many topics, the business of advertising alcohol to women, changes to drinking venues, the youth subculture of drinking, and binge drinking.

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