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Additional Print Resources on Public Policy, Harm Reduction and Raves

Public Policy

* Lindblom, C.E. (1959). The science of muddling through. Public Administration Review, 19, 79-88.

* Stone, D. (2002). Policy paradox: the art of political decision making. (2nd ed.). New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Company.

Harm Reduction

* Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. (1993). Best advice: Harm reduction. [position paper]. Toronto, ON: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.

* Riley, D., Sawka, E., Conley, P., Hewitt, D., Mitic, W., Poulin, C., Room, R., Single, E. & Topp, J. (1999). Harm reduction: Concepts and practice: A policy discussion paper. Substance Use and Misuse, 34, 1, 9-24.


* Adlaf, E. & Smart, R. (1997). Party subculture or dens of doom? An epidemiological study of rave attendance and drug use patterns among adolescent students. Journal of Pyschoactive Drugs, 29, 2, 193-198.

* Weber, T. (1999). Raving in Toronto: Peace, love, unity and respect in transition. Journal of Youth Studies, 2, 3, 317-336.

* Wilson, B. (1999). Empowering communities or delinquent congregations?: A study of complexity and contradiction in Canadian youth cultures and leisure spaces. Available: McMaster University.