The case for collaboration

The case for collaboration Consider the record who had been drinking should be scored as alcohol-related. The public wants the problem solved through broader use of designated drivers and other driver substitution programs—and so does our industry. Control theorists believe that the solution to health problems is to give great currency to any epidemiological study suggesting a negative relationship between alcohol and health. The public wants to know what ingestibles, e.g. salt, meat, sugar, oils, alcohol and how much of them cause people to get sick—and so does our industry. Control theorists want to pretend that every person under 21 can be stopped fi-om ever having a drink. The public believes that it is more rational and realistic to teach kids about the responsibilities they are going to assume with adulthood. Our industry shares this view, because the acquisition of adult status can be neither delayed nor denied. Control theorists imagine an idealized world of community rules and external disciplines. By contrast, people in every comer of the globe are reaching for a practical world of personal freedom and individual responsibility. Our industry supports the people. Is our industry perfect? Far from it. Mr Wallack is right that some of us are http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Addiction Wiley

The case for collaboration

Addiction, Volume 88 (1) – Jan 1, 1993

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Wiley
Copyright
Copyright © 1993 Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company
ISSN
0965-2140
eISSN
1360-0443
DOI
10.1111/j.1360-0443.1993.tb02751.x
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Abstract

Consider the record who had been drinking should be scored as alcohol-related. The public wants the problem solved through broader use of designated drivers and other driver substitution programs—and so does our industry. Control theorists believe that the solution to health problems is to give great currency to any epidemiological study suggesting a negative relationship between alcohol and health. The public wants to know what ingestibles, e.g. salt, meat, sugar, oils, alcohol and how much of them cause people to get sick—and so does our industry. Control theorists want to pretend that every person under 21 can be stopped fi-om ever having a drink. The public believes that it is more rational and realistic to teach kids about the responsibilities they are going to assume with adulthood. Our industry shares this view, because the acquisition of adult status can be neither delayed nor denied. Control theorists imagine an idealized world of community rules and external disciplines. By contrast, people in every comer of the globe are reaching for a practical world of personal freedom and individual responsibility. Our industry supports the people. Is our industry perfect? Far from it. Mr Wallack is right that some of us are

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AddictionWiley

Published: Jan 1, 1993

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