“People enjoy it. They don’t just do it for the sake of it”: Tensions between Policy Representations of Alcohol Consumption and People’s Realities of Alcohol Consumption in Devolved Scotland

Fiona Edgar

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationScottish Devolution and Social Policy
Subtitle of host publicationEvidence from the First Decade
EditorsMurray Leith, Iain McPhee, Tim Laxton
Place of PublicationNewcastle
PublisherCambridge Scholars Publishing
Pages65-92
ISBN (Print)978-1-4438-3790-3, 1-4438-3790-3
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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Edgar, F. (2012). “People enjoy it. They don’t just do it for the sake of it”: Tensions between Policy Representations of Alcohol Consumption and People’s Realities of Alcohol Consumption in Devolved Scotland. In M. Leith, I. McPhee, & T. Laxton (Eds.), Scottish Devolution and Social Policy : Evidence from the First Decade (pp. 65-92). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Edgar, Fiona. / “People enjoy it. They don’t just do it for the sake of it” : Tensions between Policy Representations of Alcohol Consumption and People’s Realities of Alcohol Consumption in Devolved Scotland. Scottish Devolution and Social Policy : Evidence from the First Decade. editor / Murray Leith ; Iain McPhee ; Tim Laxton. Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012. pp. 65-92
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Edgar, F 2012, “People enjoy it. They don’t just do it for the sake of it”: Tensions between Policy Representations of Alcohol Consumption and People’s Realities of Alcohol Consumption in Devolved Scotland. in M Leith, I McPhee & T Laxton (eds), Scottish Devolution and Social Policy : Evidence from the First Decade. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle, pp. 65-92.

“People enjoy it. They don’t just do it for the sake of it” : Tensions between Policy Representations of Alcohol Consumption and People’s Realities of Alcohol Consumption in Devolved Scotland. / Edgar, Fiona.

Scottish Devolution and Social Policy : Evidence from the First Decade. ed. / Murray Leith; Iain McPhee; Tim Laxton. Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012. p. 65-92.

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Edgar F. “People enjoy it. They don’t just do it for the sake of it”: Tensions between Policy Representations of Alcohol Consumption and People’s Realities of Alcohol Consumption in Devolved Scotland. In Leith M, McPhee I, Laxton T, editors, Scottish Devolution and Social Policy : Evidence from the First Decade. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2012. p. 65-92