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Dealing with alcohol in Alice Springs : an assessment of policy options and recommendations of action, Maggie Brady and David F. Martin

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Dealing with alcohol in Alice Springs : an assessment of policy options and recommendations of action
Title
Dealing with alcohol in Alice Springs
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an assessment of policy options and recommendations of action
Statement of responsibility
Maggie Brady and David F. Martin
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Language
eng
Summary
Background review of alcohol use in Alice Springs - includes international and national comparisons; impact of alcohol abuse; issues of availability - outlets, trading hours; role of education and intervention approaches; assessment of proposed solutions; summary of findings
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Brady, Maggie
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federal national government publication
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no index present
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non fiction
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  • Martin, D. F.
  • Alcohol Reference Group
  • Australia
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Aboriginal Australians
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Dealing with alcohol in Alice Springs : an assessment of policy options and recommendations of action, Maggie Brady and David F. Martin
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Publication
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Draft report to the Alcohol Reference Group and ATSIC Regional Office, Alice Springs, November 1998
Accompanying material
3 photocopied sheets of newspaper clippings.
Contents
Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction - Opposing views as to ?solutions? - Organisation of the report -- Setting the scene: consumption - International and national context - Northern Territory and Alice Springs situations -- Consequences -International data - Northern Territory and Alice Springs data -- Availability of alcohol - Density of alcohol outlets - Types of alcohol and retail availability - Alice Springs - Hours and days of sales - Using the price of liquor as a policy tool - Responsible serving of liquor and server liability -- Education as a strategy - International experience - Australian experience - Northern Territory experience -- Individually directed interventions - International experience - The Alice Springs experience -- Discussing some common ?solutions? - Reintroduce criminalisation of drunkenness - Install canteens on bush communities - Pay Aboriginal people in vouchers - Send people back to their communities - Sobering-up shelters just support drinkers? bad habits - Inconveniencing the majority to cope with minority ?trouble-makers? -- What has already been achieved? -- An alternative approach: targeting high-risk situations - Rationale - Australian examples - Potential for Alice Springs -- Summary findings and recommendations - Build on existing programs - Continue to target high-risk consumption practices - Liquor outlet density - Hours and days of sale - Server training/patron care - Police training and coordination -- Appendix A Notes
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30 cm. +
Extent
ii, 39 leaves
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Dealing with alcohol in Alice Springs : an assessment of policy options and recommendations of action, Maggie Brady and David F. Martin
Link
Publication
Note
Draft report to the Alcohol Reference Group and ATSIC Regional Office, Alice Springs, November 1998
Accompanying material
3 photocopied sheets of newspaper clippings.
Contents
Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction - Opposing views as to ?solutions? - Organisation of the report -- Setting the scene: consumption - International and national context - Northern Territory and Alice Springs situations -- Consequences -International data - Northern Territory and Alice Springs data -- Availability of alcohol - Density of alcohol outlets - Types of alcohol and retail availability - Alice Springs - Hours and days of sales - Using the price of liquor as a policy tool - Responsible serving of liquor and server liability -- Education as a strategy - International experience - Australian experience - Northern Territory experience -- Individually directed interventions - International experience - The Alice Springs experience -- Discussing some common ?solutions? - Reintroduce criminalisation of drunkenness - Install canteens on bush communities - Pay Aboriginal people in vouchers - Send people back to their communities - Sobering-up shelters just support drinkers? bad habits - Inconveniencing the majority to cope with minority ?trouble-makers? -- What has already been achieved? -- An alternative approach: targeting high-risk situations - Rationale - Australian examples - Potential for Alice Springs -- Summary findings and recommendations - Build on existing programs - Continue to target high-risk consumption practices - Liquor outlet density - Hours and days of sale - Server training/patron care - Police training and coordination -- Appendix A Notes
Dimensions
30 cm. +
Extent
ii, 39 leaves
Other physical details
folded map
System details
System requirements: reader required to view pdf document
Type of computer file
Text

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