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Research & Policy

Community Awareness

Communicating about alcohol and other drugs: Strategies for reaching populations at risk
Elaine Bratic Arkin and Judith E. Funkhouser, Editors

Marketing social change: Changing behavior to promote health, social development, and the environment
Alan R. Andreasen

Media advocacy and public health: Power for prevention
Lawrence Wallack, Lori Dorfman, David Jernigan and Makani Themba

The elements of a successful public interest advocacy campaign
Advocacy Institute

The fight for public health: Principles and practice of media advocacy
Simon Chapman and Deborah Lupton

 

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