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Isidore Silas Obot

In: The SAGE Handbook of Drug and Alcohol Studies

Chapter 31: The Relevance of Western Research to Developing Countries: Narrowing the North-South Divide in Drug Policy and Practice

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The Relevance of Western Research to Developing Countries: Narrowing the North-South Divide in Drug Policy and Practice
The relevance of Western research to developing countries: narrowing the North-South divide in drug policy and practice
Isidore Silas Obot
Introduction

Globalization has been a feature of human existence for a very long time. Our forebears had for centuries sought to reach out to people in far flung places for reasons of trade, exploitation of raw materials and cultural exchange. What has changed in recent years is the speed at which this need for socio-economic integration and exchange of ideas and world views has accelerated. There are clear signs of rapid growth across the world in some aspects of modern globalization, namely trade, capital and investment, movement of people and ...

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