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Struggle with the Liquid Muse: Law persecuting serving alcohol drinks and conditions his origin.
Balogh, Branislav ; Randák, Jan (advisor) ; Rychlík, Jan (referee)
The Youth Protection Act was the first standard to define the age at which a young person could consume alcoholic beverages. I try to shine a light on the reasons behind why the law was specifically created in 1922.Following its genealogy and being inspired by Foucault, I go through the numerous norms which society guarded itself against serious alcohol use. Subsequently, I follow the process of approving the law itself, from its proposal to its approval in the Senate. I pay close attention to its prohibition in Slovakia, the reason for which was the image of Slovakia as a country loaded with governmentally allocated alcohol. I notice the logic behind the violations of the law which legitimized such actions. Since we speak of offences mostly perpetrated by the youth, I aim to not only to show the ease by which alcohol could have been purchased but also the overall vision of appropriate alcohol consumption by the youth. Consequently, I point to the anchoring of the border between the 16th and the 18th year, when it is permissible to consume alcohol - as the law has stipulated. I also paid close attention to the opinion of several clubs of physical education on alcohol. I mentioned these as one of the many ways of combating alcoholism. Since I was fascinated to find out whether there was a...

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