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Gustavsson, Anders: Historical Changes in Alcohol Contacts
across the Swedish-Norwegian Border
This study sheds light on the flows of alcohol over the southern part of the long national border between Sweden and Norway and how these have changed over time in different political, legal, military, and economic situations. ...
Anders Gustavsson has been a lecturer in ethnology and leader of the Center for Religious Ethnological Research at Lund University 1973–1984, professor of Ethnology at Uppsala University 1987–1997, in Ethnology and Cultural History at Oslo University 1997–2010 and subsequently senior professor at that university. Since 2011 he has been professor of Ethnology at Strömstad Academy. His areas of expertise include cultural encounters, cultural heritage, coastal culture, border culture, life transitions, popular religion, popular movements, folklife painting, tourism, alcohol and sobriety.
Abstract Border Studies Studies of Alcohol Labour Immigration to Norway in the Late Nineteenth Century Cross-Border Trade from Sweden to Norway in the Late Nineteenth Century Norwegian Prohibition on Alcohol 1916–1927 The Border Officially Closed during the Second World War Norwegian Purchases in Sweden in the Late 1940s Swedish Purchases in Norway in the 1950s and 1960s Maundy Thursday as a Day for Partying and Shopping for Norwegians Strikes in the Swedish and Norwegian Alcohol Monopolies Norwegian Boat Tourists in Larger Numbers during the Summer Swedish Guest Workers in Norway from the 1990s Norwegian Beer Brought into Sweden Sweden as a Transit Land for Smuggling to Norway Concluding Discussion References
ISBN 978-82-8390-010-1, 61 pp., hardcover
Format: 17x24 cm, weight 0,3 kg, year of publication 2019, language: English
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