5 edition of The Social History of Smoking (Dodo Press) found in the catalog.
July 7, 2006
by Dodo Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||168|
The history of smoking dates back to as early as BC in the Americas in shamanistic rituals. With the arrival of the Europeans in the 16th century, the consumption, cultivation, and trading of tobacco quickly spread. The modernization of farming equipment and manufacturing increased the availability of cigarettes following the reconstruction era in the United States. THE. SOCIAL HISTORY. OF SMOKING. _BY THE SAME AUTHOR_ BYGONE LONDON LIFE. THE. SOCIAL HISTORY. OF SMOKING. BY G.L. APPERSON, I.S.O. LONDON MARTIN SECKER NUMBER FIVE JOHN STREET ADELPHI. _First published _ PRINTED AT THE BALLANTYNE PRESS LONDON. TO. J.H.M. AND R.W.B. GOOD FRIENDS AND. GOOD SMOKERS. BOTH. PREFACE. .
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The Social History of Smoking by George Latimer Apperson traces the use of tobacco in England from its introduction until the first quarter of the twentieth century.
From its introduction in Elizabethan England it has been on a roller-coaster ride of popularity and Over the last few years the world has experienced a social upheaval that I, for /5. "Fox News Watch" host Eric Burns, who chronicled the social history of alcohol in The Spirits of America turns to tobacco in The Smoke of the g from ancient times to the present day, The Smoke of the Gods is a lively history of tobacco, especially in the United States.
Although tobacco use is controversial in the U.S. today, Burns reminds us that this was not always the case.4/5(3). In a genial social history that backhandedly glorifies this "first successful American export" while tracing its "mesmerizing" mystique, Burns (The Spirits of America: A Social History of Alcohol) demonstrates how the labor-intensive tobacco crop led to slavery, and how the YMCA withdrew its support from the Anti-Cigarette League and shipped Cited by: Librivox recording of The Social History of Smoking by George L.
Apperson. Read by LibriVox Volunteers. This work tells the history of smoking in England from the social point of view. Thus it does not deal with the history of tobacco growing or tobacco related manufacture, but is rather the story of how smoking has fitted in with the fashions and customs throughout the ages, and the changes.
Eric Burns, who chronicled the social history of alcohol in The Spirits of America turns to tobacco in The Smoke of the Gods.
Ranging from ancient times to the present day, The Smoke of the Gods is a lively history of tobacco, especially in the United States. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Apperson, George Latimer, Social history of smoking.
London, M. Secker  (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Apperson, George Latimer, Social history of smoking.
New York, G.P. Putnam's Sons, (OCoLC) This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately pages of information about The Social History of Smoking. Print Word PDF George Fitz-Boodle recounts how, as a boy, he was flogged for smoking, and how, at Oxford, smoking among other villainies led to his rustication.
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Feldman; Ronald Bayer Harvard University Press, “The resurrection of anti-tobacco initiatives in the s also collapsed. As a result, Russian smoking is a major public health problem.” The National Institutes of Health awarded Starks a $, grant to complete the researching and writing of her book, Cigarettes and Soviets: The Culture of Tobacco Use in Modern Russia.
The grant came. Smoke: A Global History of Smoking examines the culture of smoking in different traditions and locations around the world.
From opium dens in Victorian England to tobacco in Edo period Japan, and from ganja and cocaine to Havana cigars, Smoke encompasses the subject as no book has before.5/5(2). Smoking, the act of inhaling and exhaling the fumes of burning plant material.
A variety of plant materials are smoked, including marijuana and hashish, but the act is most commonly associated with tobacco as smoked in a cigarette, cigar, or pipe. Learn more about the history and effects of smoking in this article.
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Download; Bibrec; Bibliographic Record. Author: Apperson, George Latimer, Title: The Social History of Smoking Language: English: LoC Class: GT: Geography, Anthropology, Recreation Cited by: By: George L. Apperson () This work tells the history of smoking in England from the social point of view.
Thus it does not deal with the history of tobacco growing or tobacco related manufacture, but is rather the story of how smoking has fitted in with the fashions and customs throughout the ages, and the changes in the attitude of society towards smoking.2/5(1).
Smoking increased dramatically during the world wars, mainly due to the policy of providing free cigarettes to allied troops as a ‘morale boosting’ exercise. Later in the twentieth century, smoking became less popular due to a rapid increase in knowledge of the. An exhaustive history of tobacco usage from prehistoric America to the end of the s.
And I mean exhaustive; the book devotes a whole chapter to every half-century past Columbus landing, and then a chapter for every 20 or 30 years coming closer to the dawn of more recent times/5.
The Smoke of the Gods: A Social History of Tobacco Eric Burns Eric Burns, who chronicled the social history of alcohol in "The Spirits of America" turns to tobacco in "The Smoke of the Gods". Ranging from ancient times to the present day, "The Smoke of the Gods" is.
" This important book reveals why the young start smoking and why, as adults, they regret having started. It is a great contribution to helping end a national epidemic." — CHERYL HEALTON, President/CEO, American Legacy Foundation "This book is a must for everyone concerned about how to address the problem of tobacco use among young people.
In medicine, a social history (abbreviated "SocHx") is a portion of the medical history (and thus the admission note) addressing familial, occupational, and recreational aspects of the patient's personal life that have the potential to be clinically significant. Components. Components can include inquiries about: Substances Alcohol; Tobacco (); illicit drugs Assessment and plan: Medical diagnosis, Differential.
social history A summary of life-style practices–eg, diet, exercise, sexual orientation and level of sexual activity, occupation, and habits–eg, smoking, abuse of alcohol or other substance, which may have a direct or indirect effect on a person's health. Marijuana, also known as cannabis or pot, has a long history of human use.
Most ancient cultures didn’t grow the plant to get high, but as herbal medicine, likely starting in Asia around BC.BY G.L. APPERSON, I.S.O. PREFACE. This is the first attempt to write the history of smoking in this country from the social point of view.
There have been many books written about tobacco—F.W. Fairholt’s “History of Tobacco,”and the “Tobacco” () of Andrew Steinmetz, are still valuable authorities—but hitherto no one has told the story of the fluctuations of fashion in.