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Beach Culture at Wreck Beach

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Ally Chan

on 9 July 2014

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Transcript of Beach Culture at Wreck Beach

Rules & Regulations at Wreck Beach
Analysis of Findings
Themes Arising
Body acceptance is the idea - Nude recreation is the way!
Beach Etiquette
Findings
Discussion
INSIDER/ OUTSIDER
1. "Wreckers", "Regulars"
2. "Tourists", "Partiers" and Visitors
3. The In-Betweeners

- Contestations/contradictions within Etiquette
- Regulation of outsiders
- Family/ community

CHANGE OF THE BEACH CULTURE
- The party group
- The police presence
Ethnographic Team 1
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
SA 402
Introduction
Getting Started...
& questions?
In Conclusion...
Where is Wreck Beach?
What is Wreck Beach?
Why Wreck Beach?
Through our research we hope to have created a better sense of what Wreck Beach means to the various groups that are associated with it and provide a deeper understanding of what can be done to preserve the existing culture of this unique beach.
Beach Culture at Wreck Beach
Methodologies
Ethical Considerations
Interviews
Focus groups
Participant observation
Minimizing harm
Photographs
Privacy
ESCAPE/ OASIS
- "Escape and the city"

NORMS/ ETIQUETTE
- Respect and Regulation
Natural environment
Consideration of others (bodies, etc.)
"Clothing-optional"
Novelty and "gawking"
- Party culture
Misnomer
Boats
General Discussion
- Running theme of Wreck Beach as an "open" and "free" place that is "respectful"
- Differing views/ understanding of police presence
> Role of the media
- Linking our research to concepts of space and place

Recommendations
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From participants
> First aid
> No more plainclothes officers
> Random police patrols (only when necessary)
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From the team
> Engaging the community to regulate
> More beach etiquette signage
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