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Coffee as a substitute for alcohol in 19th-century Norway (article)

Ole-Jørgen Skog"Studying Cultural Change: Were the Changes in Alcohol and Coffee Consumption in the Nineteenth Century a Case of Beverage Substitution," Acta Sociologica 49/3 (September 2006): 287-302.  Evidence from Norway.

Posted by David Fahey on October 23, 2010 at 08:48 PM in Addiction, Alcohol (general), Coffee, Norway | Permalink