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Deliverable 16.1 Adolescents as customers of addictions Deliverable 16.1 Adolescents as customers of addictions

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Date added: 04/25/2014
Date modified: 10/13/2014
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Report providing comprehensive summative information on how young people’s addictive behaviours are addressed in EU Member State policy documents on
alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs, and gambling.

Deliverable 04.1: Classification of addictions Deliverable 04.1: Classification of addictions

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Date added: 04/29/2014
Date modified: 07/13/2015
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A report examining the various classifications of addictions and extracting common elements of addiction classifications

Deliverable 04.2 (addendum) - Analyses of margins of exposure Deliverable 04.2 (addendum) - Analyses of margins of exposure

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Date added: 07/30/2014
Date modified: 07/13/2015
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Risk assessment of illicit drugs has often been based on historial attribution, emotive reasoning or educated guesses. This research, as part of WP4 Classification of addictions, aims for a comparative risk assessment of drugs, including alcohol and tobacco, based on a toxicological methodology.

 

Topic-Specific Report on Gambling-related Research in ALICE RAP Topic-Specific Report on Gambling-related Research in ALICE RAP

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Date added: 07/16/2013
Date modified: 01/21/2014
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This topic-specific report, compiled by Gerhard Bühringer and Maria Neumann, gathers together information on the objectives and status of gambling-related work across all Areas of ALICE RAP.

Deliverable 13.1 Governance view Deliverable 13.1 Governance view

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Date added: 04/25/2014
Date modified: 09/29/2014
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This deliverable is a synthesis of the work carried out in the context of the Work package 13 of the Governance view Area of the ALICE RAP and it is complemented by the book “Governance of Addictions – European Public Policies” that has been accepted to be published by Oxford University Press.