The powerful temperance advocacies of the early years had most of their aids in females who were not agreeing to the potential life risks and threats connected with excessive alcohol consumption, and the big share of family profits that are being eaten up by it, which was particularly very difficult to hold for poor families.
In most countries, informal social management in the household and societies supported to maintain that the excessive consumption of alcohol can not be accepted. As the communities expanded from rural communities into modernized societies, alcohol consumption trends started to develop as well. As modernization unfolded its impacts on all kinds of people, financial development and modernization were accompanied by the existence of poverty, lack of job opportunities, and violence. These existing social dilemmas were often connected to alcohol abuse. Social advocacy over excessive alcohol consumption reduced significantly, anti-drunkenness policies became timid and alcohol dilemmas grew significantly (Tarrow 5).
The future of some Temperance movements all over the world seemed positive even if their members where mostly young people and women, which advised temperance rather than the total abolition of alcohol. ...Show more