You owe yourself a drunk: an ethnography of urban nomads
University Press of America, 1988 - 301 Seiten
An account of the experiences of men who are repeatedly arrested for public drunkenness. This book challenges the idea that these men are simply rejects from society, who cannot organize their behavior by cultural traditions.
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