Women and Alcohol: Contemporary and Historical Perspectives
Free Association Books, 1997 - 388 pagina's
Brings together a wide range of contemporary and historical evidence on the consumption of alcohol and its associated adverse consequences and benefits amongst women. The text presents a discussion of the widespread ambivalence or hostility towards the relation of women with alcohol.
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