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Alejandra Vélez, María and Lobo, Iván (2019)Challenges of organised community resistance in the context of illicit economies and drug war policies: insights from Colombia. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 72-79. ISSN 2516-7227
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Brombacher, Daniel and Westerbarkei, Jan (2019)From alternative development to sustainable development: the role of development within the global drug control regime. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 89-98. ISSN 2516-7227
Byrd, William A. (2019)Unexploited potential? What role can international financial institutions play in drugs and development? Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 101-117. ISSN 2516-7227
Cohen, Corentin (2019)Development of the Brazilian drug market toward Africa: myths, evidence and theoretical questions: Desenvolvimento do mercado de drogas brasileiro em direção à África: mitos, evidências e questões teóricas. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). pp. 133-144. ISSN 2516-7227
Diskul, M.L. Dispanadda, Ninnad, Ramrada, Skinner, Andrea and Rajatanarvin, Visit-orn (2019)Development not drug control: the evolution of counter narcotic efforts in Thailand. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 80-88. ISSN 2516-7227
Farfán-Méndez, Cecilia (2019)The structure of drug trafficking organizations and money laundering practices: a risk appetite hypothesis. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (3). 294 - 311. ISSN 2516-7227
Guilherme Mendes de Paiva, Luiz and de Oliveira Carlos, Juliana (2019)Illusions clouding decision-making: how the justice system fails to understand the illicit drug market. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). pp. 220-225. ISSN 2516-7227
McCoy, Alfred W. (2019)Searching for significance among drug lords and death squads: the covert netherworld as invisible incubator for illicit commerce. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 9-22. ISSN 2516-7227
Movimentos/CESeC, (2019)#FavelaLivesMatter: youth from urban peripheries, political engagement and alternatives to the war on drugs. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). pp. 238-242. ISSN 2516-7227
Shaw, Mark (2019)What could an asymmetrical strategy against organised crime look like? A lesson from the drug policy debate. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 99-106. ISSN 2516-7227
Snapp, Zara, Tinasti, Khalid and Herrera Valderrábano, Jorge (2019)Regulation of illegal drugs: state control and fragile institutional capacity. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (3). 255 - 261. ISSN 2516-7227
Veloso Hirata, Daniel and Cristoph Grillo, Carolina (2019)Movement and death: illicit drug markets in the cities of São Paulo and Rio De Janeiro: Movimento e Morte: o tráfico de drogas nas cidades de São Paulo e Rio de Janeiro. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). pp. 122-133. ISSN 2516-7227
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Apart from genre fiction, human identification with or as plants relegates characters to the textual margins in the modern literary canon, but that has not always been the case. Whether as gatherers and gardeners, farmers and gleaners, nomads and Natives, folks who raise and prepare plants to provide basic necessities like food, shelter, clothing, and medicine largely have done so at the edges of the canon. Yet how humans relate to plants appears to be guided by particular themes and locations in their literary representation.
Lawn, Will and Mokrysz, Claire and Lees, Rachel and Trinci, Katie and Petrilli, Kat and Skumlien, Martine and Borissova, Anna and Ofori, Shelan and Bird, Catherine and Jones, Grace and Bloomfield, Michael Ap and Das, Ravi K and Wall, Matthew B and Freeman, Tom P and Curran, H Valerie (2022)The CannTeen Study: Cannabis use disorder, depression, anxiety, and psychotic-like symptoms in adolescent and adult cannabis users and age-matched controls. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 36, (12) , pp. 1350-1361.
Sumnall, Harry R and Atkinson, A M and Montgomery, Catharine and Maynard, Olivia M and Nicholls, J (2022)Effects of media representations of drug related deaths on public stigma and support for harm reduction. International Journal of Drug Policy, 111 .
Reid, Ke Zhang and Lemezis, Brendan Matthew and Hou, Tien-Chi and Chen, Rong (2022)Epigenetic modulation of opioid receptors by drugs of abuse. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 23, (19) .
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Naserianhanzaei, Elahe and Koschate-Reis, Miriam (2022)Effects of substance use, recovery, and non-drug-related online community participation on the risk of a use episode during remission from opioid use disorder: longitudinal observational study. Journal of medical Internet research, 24, (8) .
Bates, Geoff and Ralphs, Rob and Walker Bond, Vincent and Boardley, Ian and Hope, Vivian and Van Hout, Marie Claire and McVeigh, Jim (2022)Systems mapping to understand complexity in the association between image and performance enhancing drugs (IPEDs) and harm. International Journal of Drug Policy, 107 .
Askew, Rebecca and Griffiths, Ben and Bone, Melissa (2022)The importance of PEOPLE who use drugs within drug policy reform debates: findings from the UK Drug Policy Voices online survey. International Journal of Drug Policy, 105 .
Croxford, Sara and Emanuel, Eva and Shah, Ammi and Chau, Cuong and Hope, Vivian and Desai, Monica and Ijaz, Samreen and Shute, Justin and Edmundson, Claire and Harris, Ross J and Delpech, Valerie and Phipps, Emily (2022)Epidemiology of HIV infection and associated behaviours among people who inject drugs in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland: Nearly 40 years on. HIV Medicine, 23, (9) , pp. 978-989.
Lewer, Dan and Croxford, Sara and Desai, Monica and Emanuel, Eva and Hope, Vivian D and McAuley, Andrew and Phipps, Emily and Tweed, Emily J (2022)The characteristics of people who inject drugs in the United Kingdom: changes in age, duration, and incidence of injecting, 1980-2019, using evidence from repeated cross-sectional surveys. Addiction, 117, (9) , pp. 2471-2480.
UK Health Security Agency, Public Health Scotland, Public Health Wales, Public Health Agency Northern Ireland.. (2021)Shooting up: infections and other injecting-related harms among people who inject drugs in the UK, 2020. An update, December 2021. London:UK Health Security Agency.
Whitfield, Mark and Germain, Jennifer and Hillis, Alice and Halsall, Devina and McVeigh, James and Abbasi, Yasir and Van Hout, Marie Claire (2021)Internet sourcing and UK end consumer trend interest in the controlled medicines (opioids, sedatives and GABA drugs) in pre and post COVID-19 timeframes. Emerging Trends in Drugs, Addictions, and Health, 1, (100027) .
McVeigh, Jim and Hearne, Evelyn and Boardley, Ian and Bates, Geoff and Hope, Vivian and Ralphs, Rob and Van Hout, Marie Claire (2021)Generating evidence on the use of Image and performance enhancing drugs in the UK: results from a scoping review and expert consultation by the Anabolic Steroid UK network. Harm Reduction Journal, 18, (1) , p. 107.
Bradbury, Molly and Lewer, Dan (2021)Role of community drug and alcohol services in physical healthcare for people who use illicit opioids: a qualitative study of clinical staff in the UK. BMJ Open, 11 , e046577.
Alves, Paula Cristina Gomes and Stevenson, Fiona A and Mylan, Sophie and Pires, Nuno and Winstock, Adam and Ford, Chris (2021)How do people who use drugs experience treatment? A qualitative analysis of views about opioid substitution treatment in primary care (iCARE study). BMJ Open, 11, (2) , e042865.
Aldridge, Judith and Garius, Laura and Spicer, Jack and Harris, Magdalena and Moore, Karenza and Eastwood, Niamh (2021)Drugs in the time of COVID: the UK drug market response to lockdown restrictions. Interim findings. London:Release.
Charles, Hannah and Heron, Jon and Hickman, Matthew and Brown, Jamie and Hines, Lindsey (2021)Testing the validity of national drug surveys: comparison between a general population cohort and household surveys. Addiction, 116, (8) , pp. 2076-2083.
Patel, Rita and Redmond, Niamh M and Kesten, Joanna M and Linton, Myles-Jay and Horwood, Jeremy and Wilcox, David and Munafo, Jess and Coast, Joanna and Macleod, John and Jeal, Nicola (2020)Drug Use in Street Sex worKers (DUSSK) study: results of a mixed methods feasibility study of a complex intervention to reduce illicit drug use in drug dependent female sex workers. BMJ Open, 10, (12) , e036491.
McCann, Mark and Kwasnicka, Dominika and Boroujerdi, Massoud and O'Gorman, Aileen and Anderson, Martin and Craig, Peter and Liddell, David (2020)Studying individual-level factors relating to changes in alcohol and other drug use, and seeking treatment following Minimum Unit Pricing implementation. London:Alcohol Change UK.
Chiappini, Stefania and Guirguis, Amira and Corkery, John Martin and Schifano, Fabrizio (2020)Misuse of prescription & over-the-counter drugs to obtain illicit highs: how pharmacists can prevent abuse. Pharmaceutical Journal .
Jani, Meghna and Birlie Yimer, Belay and Sheppard, Therese and Lunt, Mark and Dixon, William G (2020)Time trends and prescribing patterns of opioid drugs in UK primary care patients with non-cancer pain: A retrospective cohort study. PLoS Medicine, 17, (10) , e1003270.
Hogarth, Lee and Field, Matt (2020)Relative expected value of drugs versus competing rewards underpins vulnerability to and recovery from addiction. Behavioural Brain Research, 394, (112815) , p. 112815.
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