The Politics of Addiction

The Politics of Addiction

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The Politics of Addiction examines power and policy-making in the context of a bitter conflict between private and publicly employed doctors treating addiction. Regulation was used by both the profession and the state to shape the treatment of addiction and who could provide it, with the media feeding into the process.R.Porter)An Essay Medical, Philosophical, and Chemical on Drunkenness and ItsEffects onthe Human Body (London: ... Heroin Addiction and Drug Policy: The BritishSystem (Oxford, New York, and Tokyo: Oxford University Press, 1994), pp.

Title:The Politics of Addiction
Author: S. Mars
Publisher:Springer - 2012-08-20

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