The Evolution of a Discipline. This now-classic landmark study in urban ethnography stands as a shining example of the direct application of distinctly anthropological concepts and methods to address real-world problems.
Shandy] published Long Grove, IL: The book gives an account of experiences. Alcohol as a Disease in Society On the other hand, if the basic needs such as shelter and food are provided unreliably and precariously, it becomes difficult to focus on alcohol.
At the time, many doctors encouraged a purely oral environment. Reissued Long Grove, IL: The Cultural Perspective with David W.
Our basic rights are now determined by our wealth or poverty. As he narrates these incredible stories, he draws out and analyzes their common source: Critical Issues in Qualitative Research Methods. Waveland Press, Culture and Cognition: On the other side of the Divide, Taibbi takes us to the front lines of the immigrant dragnet; into the newly punitive welfare system which treats its beneficiaries as thieves; and deep inside the stop-and-frisk world, where standing in front of your own home has become an arrestable offense.
Works[ edit ] You Owe Yourself a Drunk: Second Edition [also with Dianna J. He was an editor and writer; he wrote and edited more than 12 books in less than 12 years.
Waveland Press, Anthropology: Dilemmas in Fieldwork with Michael A. He is famous for his ethnographic works, qualitative researches and literatures Benedict, Waveland Press, Participant Observation. As a Seattle Anthropologist, he found that many men who lived in skid row and at the same time were employed intermittently relied on the use of alcohol as a form of camaraderie.You Owe Yourself a Drunk is a book written by James P.
Spradley. The author was an Anthropology professor at Macalester College. He is famous for his ethnographic works, qualitative researches and literatures (Benedict, 67). While You Owe Yourself a Drunk was far from the first anthropological study of a non-native population in North America, its appearance marked an early stage in an increasingly evident shift toward bringing anthropology home.
Now available from Waveland Press, Spradleys carefully researched portrayal of skid row men in Seattle. Get this from a library!
You owe yourself a drunk: an ethnography of urban nomads. [James P Spradley] -- This book is an account of the experiences of men who are repeatedly arrested for public drunkenness.
It challenges the idea that these men are simply rejects from society, who cannot organize their.
In You Owe Yourself a Drunk he conducted interviews and created a "typology of the different kinds" of homeless alcoholic men. It has been called a. You Owe Yourself a Drunk reminds us of the sense and understanding that anthropology can bring to the study of contemporary issues." --Lawrence B.
Breitborde, Knox College --Lawrence B. Breitborde, Knox College/5(5). Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again. Delete Cancel Review of You Owe Yourself a Drunk: An Ethnography of .Download