Intoxicating stories: the characteristics, contexts and implications of drinking stories among Danish youth.

@article{Tutenges2013IntoxicatingST,
  title={Intoxicating stories: the characteristics, contexts and implications of drinking stories among Danish youth.},
  author={S. Tutenges and Sveinung Sandberg},
  journal={The International journal on drug policy},
  year={2013},
  volume={24 6},
  pages={
          538-44
        }
}
AIMS To study the characteristics, contexts and implications of drinking stories among young drinkers. METHODS Ethnographic fieldwork was conducted among Danish youth at a beach resort in Bulgaria. The fieldwork included three months of participant observation and 45 semi-structured interviews with a total of 104 tourists and 11 guides. The participants in the study were aged between 16 and 26 years. RESULTS The participants often shared drinking stories with each other. The stories they… Expand
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