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eBook Alcohol, Sex and Gender in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (Early Modern History: Society and Culture) ePub

by L. Martin

eBook Alcohol, Sex and Gender in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (Early Modern History: Society and Culture) ePub
Author: L. Martin
Language: English
ISBN: 0333922425
ISBN13: 978-0333922422
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2001 edition (January 19, 2001)
Pages: 200
Category: Europe
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 311
Formats: doc azw mbr lrf
ePub file: 1295 kb
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This book examines the effects of alcohol on gender relations in traditional Europe, focussing on England, France, and Italy in the late medieval and early modern .

This book examines the effects of alcohol on gender relations in traditional Europe, focussing on England, France, and Italy in the late medieval and early modern periods, roughly 1300 to 1700. While alcohol causes physiological changes that are scientifically verifiable, the work of anthropologists reveals that much of what passes for drinking behavior and drunken comportment varies from one society to the next. In traditional Europe, as in modern Western societies, drinking led to increased sexual activity for both men and women, and it inclined men to commit acts of violence.

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Early alcohol and drug use was proportionately related to an early sexual experience. Alcohol and drugs use s were more likely to adopt more sexual risk behaviours than non-users. Despite this however most attempts to improve sexual health and reduce levels of drug and alcohol use treat them as separate issues. In late medieval and early modern Europe alcoholic beverages had a variety of functions that reveal their role was more important than it is today.

Early Modern History: Society and Culture. This book examines drinking and attitudes to alcohol consumption in late medieval and early modern England, France, and Italy, especially as they related to sexual and violent behavior and to gender relations

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This text examines the effects of alcohol on gender relations in traditional Europe, focusing on England, France, and Italy in the late medieval and early modern periods, c1300 to 1700. Sexual activity and violence both increased due to drinking. Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles.

In addition, these same figures Ulustrate the likeli- hood that women as weU as men drank significant amounts of alcohol during the late medieval and early modern period.

Of particular interest to Martin is the complicated re- lationship between the actual drinking practices of medieval and early modern. In addition, these same figures Ulustrate the likeli- hood that women as weU as men drank significant amounts of alcohol during the late medieval and early modern period. Though in practice both men and women drank regularly, not aU mem- bers of society condoned the consumption of alcohol.

Published January 19, 2001 by Palgrave Macmillan.

This book examines drinking and attitudes to alcohol consumption in late medieval and early modern England, France, and Italy, especially as they related to sexual and violent behavior and to gender relations. According to widespread beliefs, the consumption of alcohol led to increased sexual activity among both men and women, and it also led to disorderly conduct among women and violent conduct among men. Dr Lynn shows how alcohol was a fundamental part of the diets of most people, including women, resulting in daily drinking of large amounts of ale, beer, or wine. This study offers an intimate insight into both the altered states induced by alcohol, and, by opposition, into normal relations in family, community, and society.
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