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This article discusses the role of public health in alcohol licensing in the UK, with a particular focus on the implementation of national legislation and guidance in local regulatory environments. It identifies a number of practical and theoretical challenges through an analysis of historical...
In the wake of the Steering Group Report on a National Substance Misuse Strategy in 2012, the Irish government announced in October 2013 that it had approved a number of alcohol policy measures to be incorporated into a Public Health (Alcohol) Bill to be drafted and enacted as quickly as...
Alcohol policies and control measures are attempts to change what is deemed (by processes that are themselves open to analysis) to be problematic drinking behavior. Attempts to bring about behavioral or cultural shifts, however, typically generate resistance, which may take place as small local...
This article examines how the issue of alcohol use has been problematized using past and current World Health Organization reports and associated publications as illustrations. The 2010 Global Strategy to Reduce the Harmful Use of Alcohol serves as a salient example. Applying an approach to...
It is well established that alcohol-related harm is disproportionately prevalent among low socioeconomic status (SES) drinkers despite their lower consumption of alcohol, but epidemiological investigations have been unable to explain those links causally. I argue that this inability arises from...
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