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Les débits de boissons dans les petites villes d'Alsace : de 1844 à1914

Abstract : Public houses has always been considered to ensure hospitality function : welcoming, feeding, quenching, accommodating, the utility of which lay in their permanent location on well-frequented ways, and in the remaining of the profesion inside the same family circles. However, because of the sudden increase of social fear ofter 1848, public houses activity became threatening. Political and religious authorities, and everyone who cared for people's safety, in a common union, tried to contain festive or daily practices of youth and poor classes groups. At the end of 19th century, public houses frequenting was progressively legitimated, provided that it answered to cultural, sportive or political aims. Drinking becomes a personal choice, every excess of which would lead to disease. Publicans, who have recovered their expression rights, try to restore their social status.
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Jean-Pierre Hirsch. Les débits de boissons dans les petites villes d'Alsace : de 1844 à1914. Economies et finances. Université Paul Verlaine - Metz, 2003. Français. ⟨NNT : 2003METZ017L⟩. ⟨tel-01775897⟩



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