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Id: 20011990
Autor: Forsyth AJ.
Título: 'Lager, lager shouting': the role of music and DJs in nightclub disorder control.
Fonte: Adicciones;21(4):327-45, 2009.
Idioma: eng; spa.
Resumo: OBJECTIVE: This paper explores how music and music genre can govern the nightlife experience, specifically how a nightclub's music policy can impact on clientele, health behaviours, bar sales and levels of disorder. MATERIAL AND METHOD: Participant observations were conducted in sample of eight city centre nightclubs in Glasgow, Scotland. RESULTS: Music policy was found to influence nightclubs' clientele and their behaviours, for example in relation to differences in levels of alcohol or illegal drug use, sexual activity and violence between venues. Further, within individual venues, music policy was also observed operating as a crowd control tool, with for example such entertainment being used in alcohol marketing, in 'soft policing' and in the temporal management of patrons' movements. This research acknowledges the centrality of the DJ in implementing these controls. CONCLUSIONS: It is clear that music is a central component of the Nighttime Economy. Despite this, to date music has tended to play 'second fiddle' to sex and drugs within Club Health research. From this research it is recommended that music policy be incorporated into responsible bar server training packages.
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