Publications

Research and impacts

Pienaar K, Murphy D, Race K, Lea T. Problematising LGBTIQ drug use, governing sexuality and gender: a critical analysis of LGBTIQ health policy in Australia. International Journal of Drug Policy.

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Race K, Lea T, Murphy D, Pienaar K. (2016). The future of drugs: recreational drug use and sexual health among gay and other men who have sex with men. Sexual Health, 14(1): 42–50.

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Pienaar K., Moore D, Fraser S, Kokanovic R., Treloar C, Dilkes-Frayne E. (2017). Diffracting addicting binaries: An analysis of personal accounts of alcohol and other drug ‘addiction’. Health, 21(5): 519-537.

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Pienaar K,  Dilkes-Frayne E. (2017). Telling different stories, making new realities: The ontological politics of ‘addiction’ biographies. International Journal of Drug Policy, 44, p. 145-154.

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Race, K. (2017). Thinking with pleasure: Experimenting with drugs and drug research. International Journal of Drug Policy, 49, 144-149.

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Murphy D.A, Hart A, Moore D. (2017). Shouting and providing: Forms of exchange in the drinking accounts of young Australians. Drug & Alcohol Review, 36(4): 442-448.

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Murphy D.A., Wilson J.C., Moore, D. (2017) Playing hard: Young men’s experiences of drinking in inner-city Melbourne. Journal of Sociology 53(2).

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Lea, T., Kolstee, J., Lambert, S., Ness, R., Hannan, S., & Holt, M. (2017). Methamphetamine treatment outcomes among gay men attending a LGBTI-specific treatment service in Sydney Australia. PLOS ONE, 12(2): e0172560.

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Roxburgh, A, Lea T, de Wit J, Degenhardt L (2016). Sexual identity and prevalence of alcohol and other drug use among Australians in the general population. International Journal of Drug Policy, 76, 76-82.

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Martinelli Goncalves D, Kolstee J, Ryan D, Race K. (2016). Harm Reduction in Process The ACON Rovers, GHB, and the Art of Paying Attention. Contemporary Drug Problems , 43(4): 314-330.

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Lea T, Reynolds R, de Wit J. (2013). Alcohol and club drug use among same-sex attracted young people: associations with frequenting the lesbian and gay scene and other bars and nightclubs. Substance Use & Misuse, 48(1-2): 129-136

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