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  • Título Original: You Owe Yourself a Drunk: An Ethnography of Urban Nomads
  • Autor del libro: James P. Spradley
  • ISBN: 978-1577660859
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:301
  • Realese fecha:1970-11-20
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You Owe Yourself a Drunk: An Ethnography of Urban Nomads por James P. Spradley Libro PDF, EPUB

An account of the experiences of men who are repeatedly arrested for public drunkenness. This book challenges the idea that these men are simply rejects from society, who cannot organize their behavior by cultural traditions. Using the recently discovered methods of formal ethnographic analysis, the author presents this urban sub-culture as it relates to law enforcement ag An account of the experiences of men who are repeatedly arrested for public drunkenness. This book challenges the idea that these men are simply rejects from society, who cannot organize their behavior by cultural traditions. Using the recently discovered methods of formal ethnographic analysis, the author presents this urban sub-culture as it relates to law enforcement agencies. Life in one jail is described in detail, showing how it changes the men's personal identities, teaching them the skills of this sub-culture and motivating them to adopt a nomadic way of life where drinking is a great social value. Originally published by Little, Brown and Company in 1970. Also by James Spradley and available from Waveland Press: The Cocktail Waitress: Woman's Work in a Man's World (with Brenda J. Mann) (ISBN 9781577665748) and The Cultural Experience: Ethnography in Complex Society, Second Edition (with David McCurdy and Dianna Shandy) (ISBN 9781577663645). Also of interest: Dei, Ties That Bind: Youth and Drugs in a Black Community (ISBN 9781577661993); Glasser, Anthropology of Addictions and Recovery (ISBN 9781577665588) and Singer, The Face of Social Suffering: The Life History of a Street Drug Addict (ISBN 9781577664321).