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Posted on 7th Apr 2021
Meeting #5 (March 2021) – Brierley-Jones et al. (2014) In our fifth meeting on Wednesday 24 March, we discussed Brierley-Jones et al. Habitus of home and traditional drinking: a qualitative analysis of reported middle-class alcohol use. Sociol Health Illn. 2014; 36(7): 1054-76. doi: 10.1111/1467-9566.12145 This qualitative paper explores attitudes, meanings and behaviours in relation to alcohol consumption among professional, managerial and...
Posted on 23rd Mar 2021
Meeting #4 (February 2021) – Thurnell-Read (2011) In our fourth meeting on Tuesday 23 February, we discussed Thurnell-Read, T. 2011. ‘Common-sense’ research: Senses, emotions and embodiment in researching stag tourism in Eastern Europe. Methodological Innovations Online, 6(3), pp.39-49. doi: 10.4256/mio.2011.005 This fascinating study uses the stag weekend as a lens to explore men’s drinking, masculinities and the male body, adding to a relatively...
Posted on 26th Feb 2021
Meeting #3 (January 2021) – Pauly et al. (2020) In our third meeting on Thursday 14 January, we discussed Pauly BB, Mamdani Z, Mesley L, et al. “It’s an emotional roller coaster… But sometimes it’s fucking awesome“: Meaning and motivation of work for peers in overdose response environments in British Columbia. Int J Drug Policy. 2020; 88: 103015. doi: 10.1016/j.drugpo.2020.103015. We...
Posted on 19th Jan 2021
Meeting #2 (December 2020) – Drabble & Trocki (2014) In our second meeting on Tuesday 15 December, we discussed Drabble, L. & Trocki, K. (2014). Alcohol in the life narratives of women: Commonalities and differences by sexual orientation. Addiction Research & Theory, 22(3): 186–194. doi: 10.3109/16066359.2013.806651 This qualitative paper explores the role of alcohol in the life narratives of women with...
Posted on 4th Dec 2020
Meeting #1 (November 2020) – Lyons et al. (2016) In our first meeting on Wednesday 11 November, we discussed Lyons et al. Facebook and the Fun of Drinking Photos: Reproducing Gendered Regimes of Power. Journal of Marketing Education. 2016: 45-53. doi: 10.1177/2056305116672888 This beautifully written qualitative paper examines the meanings which young adults attach to sharing drinking photos on Facebook, and explores how these practices are gendered....