What Alcohol’s Socialization History teaches me…

Just saw a very interesting documentary (with great intro and outro music by Fluke and Moby;o) on TV5Monde. The intro is about alcohol socialization process. During industrialization period, triggered by industrial production of alcohol, upper class had to establish rules towards alcohol use because it damaged lower classes and was a nuisance to the society. So alcohol was as from then socially accepted following these rules and entered culture. It triggers thoughts about my book’s intro, boundary objects and regulation…

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