Κυριακή, 13 Απριλίου 2014

Αράχωβα : Έκθεση στο Λ.Μ.Α. από τον "Αραχωβίτη" Roland Moore



Roland Moore
«Η Αράχωβα στον εθνογραφικό φακό, 1986-1992»
Φωτογραφική καταγραφή με τη ματιά ενός ανθρωπολόγου

Η έκθεση βασίζεται σε εθνογραφικού περιεχομένου φωτογραφικό υλικό που συνέλεξε ο ερευνητής κατά τη διάρκεια της επιτόπιας έρευνάς του στην Αράχωβα κατά τα έτη 1986-1992. Η ίδια έκθεση παρουσιάστηκε για πρώτη φορά με τον τίτλο “Ethnography through Photography in Central Greece” στο Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology, στο Berkeley των ΗΠΑ, κατά τους μήνες Σεπτέμβριο - Δεκέμβριο 1993.


Έναρξη Έκθεσης: Δευτέρα 21 Απριλίου 2014

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«Παραδοσιακές ασχολίες Αραχωβιτών στον περασμένο αιώνα»
Σάββατο, 26 Απριλίου 2014, 7:30 μ.μ.






Ακολουθεί  το βιογραφικό του ROLAND MOORE :
Roland S. Moore, Ph.D., Anthropology
Senior Research Scientist
Oakland, California

Phone: (510) 883-5770
Fax: (510) 644-0594


Roland S. Moore, Ph.D., is a Senior Research Scientist and Study Director at the Prevention Research Center in Oakland. His Ph.D. was awarded by the Department of Anthropology at the University of California at Berkeley. Dr. Moore's fieldwork sites include a Central Greek community, U.S. factories, restaurants, military bases, Alaska communities and a Southwestern American Indian reservation. His research topics have included gender differences in drinking patterns and hangovers in the workplace. More generally, he is interested in the relationship between employment and alcohol and tobacco consumption patterns and problems, especially among young adults. His most recent research concerns ethnographic evaluations of tobacco policy in California bars, multi-unit housing, and casinos and community level prevention of underage drinking in Native American reservations. Methodologically, he uses both ethnographic and survey analysis.

Διαβάστε  και μια εργασία του :
Gender and alcohol use in a Greek tourist town


Annals of Tourism Research, vol. 22, issue 2, pgs. 300-313 (1995)

This paper considers tourism's impact on changes in alcohol consumption by men and women in a small Greek town. Successive waves of foreign and domestic tourism have altered normative drinking patterns within the constraints of local gender ideologies. More specifically, foreign tourism has helped to create the addition of beer to men's drinking regimen of locally made wine and distilled spirits. The more recent phenomenon of domestic tourism, on the other hand, has loosened social restrictions on women's drinking in the town. These findings underscore the importance of gender in the social availability of alcohol. Furthermore, they indicate that the impacts of domestic and foreign tourism may differ significantly.

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