College Drinking: Changing the Culture

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)

Social and Cultural Aspects of Drinking – Social Issues Research Centre


Bucholz, Kathleen K. and Lee N. Robins – Sociological Research on Alcohol Use, Problems, and Policy

Christensen, Paul – Real Men Don’t Hold Their Liquor: The Complexity of Drunkenness and Sobriety in a Tokyo Bar

Dietler, Michael – Alcohol: Anthropological/Archaeological Perspectives

Heath, Dwight B. – Anthropology and Alcohol Studies

Hunt, Geoffrey et al. – “A Cool Little Buzz”: Alcohol Intoxication in the Dance Club Scene

Killingsworth, Ben – “Drinking Stories” from a Playgroup: Alcohol in the Lives of Middle-Class Mothers in Australia

Pagano, Anna et al. – Understanding Alcohol Use among U.S. Cambodians: How Useful is the Concept of Cultural Norms?

Quintero, Gilbert – Making the Indian: Colonial Knowledge, Alcohol, and Native Americans

Quintero, Gilbert – Nostalgia and Degeneration: The Moral Economy of Drinking in Navajo Society

Singer, Merrill – Toward Political-Economy of Alcoholism: The Missing Link in the Anthropology of Drinking

Singer, Merrill et al. – Bridging the Divide: Drinking among Street Drug Users

Spicer, Paul – Toward a (Dys)functional Anthropology of Drinking: Ambivalence and the American Indian Experience with Alcohol

Stein, Howard – Alcoholism as Metaphor in American Culture: Ritual Desecration as Social Integration