Alkoholindustriens disciplinering af nydelse. Forebyggelseskampagner til unge i Danmark

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Alkoholindustriens disciplinering af nydelse. Forebyggelseskampagner til unge i Danmark. / Demant, Jakob; Houborg, Esben.

I: Nordisk Alkohol- och Narkotikatidskrift, Bind 28, Nr. 4, 2011, s. 339-355.

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Demant, J & Houborg, E 2011, 'Alkoholindustriens disciplinering af nydelse. Forebyggelseskampagner til unge i Danmark', Nordisk Alkohol- och Narkotikatidskrift, bind 28, nr. 4, s. 339-355. https://doi.org/10.2478/v10199-011-0029-9

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Demant, J., & Houborg, E. (2011). Alkoholindustriens disciplinering af nydelse. Forebyggelseskampagner til unge i Danmark. Nordisk Alkohol- och Narkotikatidskrift, 28(4), 339-355. https://doi.org/10.2478/v10199-011-0029-9

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Demant J, Houborg E. Alkoholindustriens disciplinering af nydelse. Forebyggelseskampagner til unge i Danmark. Nordisk Alkohol- och Narkotikatidskrift. 2011;28(4):339-355. https://doi.org/10.2478/v10199-011-0029-9

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Demant, Jakob ; Houborg, Esben. / Alkoholindustriens disciplinering af nydelse. Forebyggelseskampagner til unge i Danmark. I: Nordisk Alkohol- och Narkotikatidskrift. 2011 ; Bind 28, Nr. 4. s. 339-355.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Aims – To analyze how two youth alcohol prevention campaigns funded by the Danish alcohol industry articulate the relationship between alcohol, intoxication and pleasure. Design – The two campaigns are first analyzed by applying an analytical model developed by Karlsson and Bergmark (2009) to analyzedrug prevention campaigns in Sweden. After this a more detailed analysis of how the two campaigns articulate pleasure is done. Results – Both campaigns recognize recreational motives for consuming alcohol. In both campaigns pleasure is central to the regulation of alcohol consumption among youngpeople. Both campaigns aim to associate alcohol consumption with a disciplined pleasure that does not involve intoxication. In this way alcohol policy becomes a politics of pleasure. Conclusion – Alcohol prevention that aims to moderate alcohol consumption among young people by associating alcohol consumption with disciplined pleasure can be seen as a corporate social responsibility strategy by the alcohol industry. These strategies become relevant to include in order to understand prevention efforts within the national state.",
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