ALICE RAP Science Findings

The ALICE RAP Science Findings give a simple (1-2 page) account of each of the main results coming out of the different lines of research undertaken in the project. Each Science Finding gives a summary of the results and links to further reading and the more detailed ALICE RAP deliverable reports.

The full volume of science findings is now available for download.

Documents

Order by : Name | Date | Hits | [ Descendent ]

AR Science Findings 25 - User groups AR Science Findings 25 - User groups

hot!
Date added: 02/10/2016
Date modified: 06/30/2016
Filesize: 212.44 kB
Downloads: 4914

The role and prominence of user groups as stakeholders in European drug policy processes varies greatly, but are generally difficult to fit into existing analytical research frameworks.

Key words: stakeholders, drug policy processes, drug users, analysing voices

 

Lead author(s): Bjerge

AR Science Findings 04-Governance typologies AR Science Findings 04-Governance typologies

hot!
Date added: 02/01/2016
Date modified: 06/02/2016
Filesize: 278.64 kB
Downloads: 4925

Governance of addictions in Europe can be classified into four typologies based on the strategy of their policies and the organizational structure of their governments.

Key words: policy strategy, organizational structure, typologies, governance of addictions


Lead author(s): Ysa & Albareda

AR Science Findings 03-Nordic policies AR Science Findings 03-Nordic policies

hot!
Date added: 02/10/2016
Date modified: 06/02/2016
Filesize: 274 kB
Downloads: 4927

Comparative analyses of historical and conceptual developments in Denmark, Finland, and Sweden show differences in the drug policy agenda and governance, despite fundamental similarities in these Nordic welfare states.

Key words: Drug policy agenda, Nordic countries, welfare, conceptualisation


Lead author(s): Bjerge

AR Science Findings 05-Policies for the young AR Science Findings 05-Policies for the young

hot!
Date added: 02/10/2016
Date modified: 06/02/2016
Filesize: 236.82 kB
Downloads: 4928

Although evidence supporting young people’s addictions policies is accumulating, the field is underdeveloped compared to adult orientated actions. Currently, for many areas of concern it is difficult to make strong evidence based recommendations to EU policy makers on effective policy actions for young people.

Key words: Young People, Policy options, evaluation framework, addiction


Lead author(s): Brotherhood & Sumnall

AR Science Findings 28 - Popular images AR Science Findings 28 - Popular images

hot!
Date added: 02/03/2016
Date modified: 06/30/2016
Filesize: 316.17 kB
Downloads: 4929

Cocaine, amphetamines and heroin are perceived by European citizens as the ‘addictions’ with the most severe consequences to society, whereas tobacco, despite being responsible for the largest share of premature deaths caused by addictive substances, is perceived as having one of the least severe impacts on society.

Key words: addictions, severity, popular perceptions, addictiveness

 

Lead author(s): Blomqvist