Cristin-prosjekt-ID: 443325
Sist endret: 9. mai 2014 08:46

Cristin-prosjekt-ID: 443325
Sist endret: 9. mai 2014 08:46
Prosjekt

Restaurantkultur i Oslo

prosjektleder

Ingeborg Lund
ved Avdeling for rusmidler og tobakk ved Folkehelseinstituttet

prosjekteier / koordinerende forskningsansvarlig enhet

  • Folkehelseinstituttet

Tidsramme

Avsluttet
Start: 1. januar 2003 Slutt: 31. desember 2008

Beskrivelse Beskrivelse

Tittel

Restaurantkultur i Oslo

Sammendrag

Prosjektnr. 143. I forhold til antall innbyggere har Norge et høyt antall serveringssteder, og det kan se ut til at en stadig større andel av alkoholkonsumet skjer ute på serveringssteder. Formålet med prosjektet er å studere nærmere restaurantenes betydning i utviklingen av alkohol- og røykekulturen, samt de alkohol- og røykepolitiske implikasjonene av restaurantenes økte betydning. Temaer som ønskes belyst er restaurantgjesters drikke- og røykevaner og oppfatninger om alkohol og røyking.

Vitenskapelig sammendrag

Prosjektnr. 143. I forhold til antall innbyggere har Norge et høyt antall serveringssteder, og det kan se ut til at en stadig større andel av alkoholkonsumet skjer ute på serveringssteder. Formålet med prosjektet er å studere nærmere restaurantenes betydning i utviklingen av alkohol- og røykekulturen, samt de alkohol- og røykepolitiske implikasjonene av restaurantenes økte betydning. Temaer som ønskes belyst er restaurantgjesters drikke- og røykevaner og oppfatninger om alkohol og røyking.

Tittel

Restaurant culture in Oslo

Sammendrag

In terms of population size, Norway has a very large number of restaurants. It seems as well that the amount of alcohol consumed in restaurants, as a percentage of total consumption, is rising. This is true not least among “young adults”, who at this stage of life are forming the structure of future drinking patterns. The same tendency is apparent in Finland, Iceland and Sweden; the Danish situation is different however. This project is launched to study the significance of the restaurant in relation to the culture of smoking and drinking, and the implications for policy of the increasing significance of restaurants. The project explores restaurant public’s drinking and smoking habits and perceptions towards alcohol and smoking. The project will also look at the role of the hospitality trade; the restaurant as a socio-cultural space where drinking and smoking patterns and culture are generated; and control of the sale of alcohol and smoking in restaurants. In relation to smoking habits, it will be of particular interest to study the situation prior to and following the ban on smoking in the hospitality trade, which came into force 1 June, 2004. Thirteen persons aged 25–35 were interviewed about their use of restaurants and pubs. Nine kept a diary over a two-month period chronicling visits to licensed businesses. In addition to analyses of these data, data from a 2004 national questionnaire survey will be studied, along with official statistics on the hospitality trade. Press cuttings from 1987, 1997 and 2007 will be collated and analysed to establish attitudes disseminated by the print media towards the serving of alcohol and restaurant policy.

Vitenskapelig sammendrag

In terms of population size, Norway has a very large number of restaurants. It seems as well that the amount of alcohol consumed in restaurants, as a percentage of total consumption, is rising. This is true not least among “young adults”, who at this stage of life are forming the structure of future drinking patterns. The same tendency is apparent in Finland, Iceland and Sweden; the Danish situation is different however. This project is launched to study the significance of the restaurant in relation to the culture of smoking and drinking, and the implications for policy of the increasing significance of restaurants. The project explores restaurant public’s drinking and smoking habits and perceptions towards alcohol and smoking. The project will also look at the role of the hospitality trade; the restaurant as a socio-cultural space where drinking and smoking patterns and culture are generated; and control of the sale of alcohol and smoking in restaurants. In relation to smoking habits, it will be of particular interest to study the situation prior to and following the ban on smoking in the hospitality trade, which came into force 1 June, 2004. Thirteen persons aged 25–35 were interviewed about their use of restaurants and pubs. Nine kept a diary over a two-month period chronicling visits to licensed businesses. In addition to analyses of these data, data from a 2004 national questionnaire survey will be studied, along with official statistics on the hospitality trade. Press cuttings from 1987, 1997 and 2007 will be collated and analysed to establish attitudes disseminated by the print media towards the serving of alcohol and restaurant policy.

prosjektdeltakere

prosjektleder
Aktiv cristin-person

Ingeborg Lund

  • Tilknyttet:
    Prosjektleder
    ved Avdeling for rusmidler og tobakk ved Folkehelseinstituttet

Janne Scheffels

  • Tilknyttet:
    Prosjektdeltaker
    ved Avdeling for rusmidler og tobakk ved Folkehelseinstituttet
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Resultater Resultater

Pubs and restaurants in the Norwegian media: A review of newspaper articles in 1988, 1997 and 2007.

Scheffels, Janne; Lund, Ingeborg. 2008, FHI, UIOVitenskapelig Kapittel/Artikkel/Konferanseartikkel

Oslo by night: young middle class adults' use of public drinking places.

Lund, Ingeborg; Scheffels, Janne. 2008, FHI, UIOVitenskapelig Kapittel/Artikkel/Konferanseartikkel

Painting the town red. Pubs, restaurants and young adults' drinking cultures in the Nordic countries.

Olsson, Borje; Torronen, Jukka; Lund, Ingeborg. 2008, SU, FHIVitenskapelig antologi/Konferanseserie

Drinking on the premises in Norway: Young adults' use of public drinking places.

Lund, Ingeborg. 2007, Addictive Behaviours. FHIVitenskapelig artikkel
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