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Geoffrey Hunt, Tamar Antin, Jeanett Bjnness & Elizabeth Ettorre

In: The SAGE Handbook of Drug and Alcohol Studies

Chapter 23: The Increasing Visibility of Gender in the Alcohol and Drug Fields

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The Increasing Visibility of Gender in the Alcohol and Drug Fields
The increasing visibility of gender in the alcohol and drug fields
Geoffrey HuntTamar AntinJeanett BjnnessElizabeth Ettorre
Introduction

All too often, reviews of the literature examine past and current research as though the research had been wholly developed in an intellectual environment free of any social, economic, or political influences. We know this is not so: research topics and interests are guided as much by contemporary social and cultural pressures as by theoretical paradigms. To understand developments within any research area, it is essential to consider not only the conceptual heritage (i.e. theoretical developments) that have taken place but also the dominant cultural perspectives of the researchers themselves and the diverse social, political, and cultural contexts in ...

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