Articles

Publications on addiction and drugs

Fraser, S., valentine, k. and Seear, K. (2016). Emergent publics of alcohol and other drug policymaking, Critical Policy Studies, DOI: 10.1080/19460171.2016.1191365 [In press]

Dwyer, R. and Fraser, S. (2016). Making addictions in standardised screening and diagnostic tools. Health Sociology Review, 25, (3), pp. 223-239.

Pienaar, K., Moore, D., Fraser, S., Kokanovic, R., Treloar, C. and Dilkes-Frayne, E. (2016). Diffracting addicting binaries: An analysis of personal accounts of alcohol and other drug ‘addiction’. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine. pp. 1-19.

Seear, K. and Fraser, S. (2016). Addiction veridiction: Gendering agency in legal mobilisations of addiction discourse. Griffith Law Review, 25, (1), pp. 13-29.

Fraser, S. (2016). Articulating addiction in alcohol and other drug policy: A multiverse of habitsInternational Journal of Drug Policy, 31, pp. 6-14. [Editor’s choice]

Dwyer, R. and Fraser, S. (2016). Addicting via hashtags: How is Twitter making addiction? Contemporary Drug Problems, 43, (1), pp. 79-97.

Pienaar, K. and Savic, M. (2016). Producing alcohol and other drugs as a policy ‘problem’: A critical analysis of South Africa’s ‘National Drug Master Plan’ (2013-2017). International Journal of Drug Policy, 30, pp. 35-42.

Farrugia, A.C. and Fraser, S. (2015). Science and scepticism: Drug information, young men and counterpublic health. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine. [In Press]

Dwyer, R. and Fraser, S. (2015). Addiction screening and diagnostic tools: ‘Refuting’ and ‘unmasking’ claims to legitimacy. International Journal of Drug Policy, 26, (12), pp. 1189-1197.

Pienaar, K., Fraser, S., Kokanovic, R., Moore, D., Treloar, C. and Dunlop, A. (2015). New narratives, new selves: Complicating addiction in online alcohol and other drug resourcesAddiction Research & Theory, 23, (6), pp. 499-509

Fraser, S. (2015). A thousand contradictory ways. Addiction, neuroscience, and expert autobiography. Contemporary Drug Problems,42, (1). pp.38-59.

Moore, D., Fraser, S., Törrönen, J. and Eriksson Tinghög, M. (2015). Sameness and difference: Metaphor and politics in the constitution o, addiction, social exclusion and gender in Australian and Swedish drug policy. International Journal of Drug Policy, 26, (4), pp.420-428

Moore, D. and Fraser, S. (2015). Causation, knowledge and politics: Greater precision and rigour needed in methamphetamine research and policy-making to avoid problem inflation. Addiction Research & Theory, 23 (2), pp. 89-92.

Seear, K., Fraser, S., Moore, D. and Murphy, D.A. (2015). Understanding and responding to anabolic steroid injecting and hepatitis C risk in Australia: A research agenda. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 22, (5), pp. 449-455

Seear, K. and Fraser, S. (2014). Beyond criminal law: The multiple constitution of addiction in Australian legislation. Addiction Research & Theory. 22, (5). pp.438-450.

Seear, K. and Fraser, S. (2014). The addict as victim: Producing the ‘problem’ of addiction in Australian victims of crime compensation. International Journal of Drug Policy. 25, (5). pp.826-835.

Karasaki, M., Fraser, S., Moore, D. and Dietze, P. (2013). The place of volition in addiction: Differing approaches and their implications for policy and service provision. Drug and Alcohol Review, 32, (2), pp. 195-204.

Seear, K. (2013). Beyond the boundary: Drugs, the body and sport (invited review essay). Contemporary Drug Problems, 40, (2), pp. 215-234.

Moore, D. and Fraser, S. (2013). Producing the ‘problem’ of addiction in drug treatment. Qualitative Health Research, 23, (7), pp. 916 – 923.

Fraser, S. (2013). Junk: Overeating and obesity and the neuroscience of addiction. Addiction Research & Theory, Vol. 21, No. 6 , pp. 496-506.

Fraser, S. and Moore, D. (2011). The drug effect: Constructing drugs and addiction. In Fraser, S. and Moore, D. (eds.) The Drug Effect: Health, Crime and Society. Cambridge University Press, Melbourne. pp. 1-16.

Fraser, S. and Moore, D. (2011). Governing through problems: The formulation of policy on amphetamine-type stimulants (ATS) in Australia. International Journal of Drug Policy, 22, (6), pp. 498-506

Keane, H., Moore, D. and Fraser, S. (2011). Addiction and dependence: Making realities in the DSM. Addiction, 106, (5), pp. 875-877.

Seear, K. and Fraser, S. (2010). Ben Cousins and the ‘double life’: Exploring citizenship and the voluntarity/compulsivity binary through the experiences of a ‘drug addicted’ elite athlete. Critical Public Health, 20, (4), pp. 439-452.

Seear, K. and Fraser, S. (2010). The ‘sorry addict’: Ben Cousins and the construction of drug use and addiction in elite sport. Health Sociology Review, 19, (2), pp. 176-191.

Fraser, S., Valentine, K. and Roberts, C. (eds.) (2009). Living drugs. Science as Culture, 18, (2).

Fraser, S., Valentine, K. and Roberts, C. (2009). Living drugs. Science as Culture, 18, (2), pp. 123-131.

Roberts, C., Valentine, K. and Fraser, S. (2009). Rationalities and non-rationalities in clinical encounters: Methadone maintenance treatment and hormone replacement therapy. Science as Culture, 18, (2), pp. 165-181.

Treloar, C. and Fraser, S. (2009). Hepatitis C treatment in pharmacotherapy services: Increasing treatment uptake needs a critical view. Drug and Alcohol Review, 28, (4), pp. 436-440.

Fraser, S. and Valentine, K. (2008). Trauma, damage and pleasure: Rethinking problematic drug use. International Journal of Drug Policy, 19, (5), pp. 410-416.

Fraser, S. and Moore, D. (2008). Dazzled by unity? Order and chaos in public discourse on illicit drug use. Social Science and Medicine, 66, pp. 740-752.

Fraser, S., Valentine, K., Treloar, C. and Macmillan, K. (2007). Methadone maintenance treatment in NSW and Victoria: Takeaways, diversion and other key issues. Monograph. National Centre in HIV Social Research, The University of New South Wales, Sydney.

Treloar, C. and Fraser, S. (2007). Public opinion on needle and syringe programmes: Avoiding assumptions for policy and practice. Drug and Alcohol Review, 26, (4), pp. 355-361.

Treloar, C., Fraser, S. and Valentine, K. (2007). Valuing methadone takeaway doses: The contribution of service-user perspectives to policy and practice. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 14, (1), pp. 61-74.

Fraser, S. (2006). Speaking addictions: Substitution, metaphor and authenticity in newspaper representations of methadone treatment. Contemporary Drug Problems, 33, (4), pp. 669-698.

Moore, D. and Fraser, S. (2006). Putting at risk what we know: Reflecting on the drug-using subject in harm reduction and its political implications. Social Science and Medicine, 62, (12), pp. 3035-3047.

Fraser, S. (2006). The chronotope of the queue: Methadone maintenance treatment and the production of time, space and subjects. International Journal of Drug Policy, 17, (13), pp. 192-202.

Fraser, S. and Valentine, K. (2005). Gendered ethnographies: Researching drugs, violence and gender in New York. Australian Feminist Studies, 20, (46), pp. 121-124.

Fraser, S., Hopwood, M., Treloar, C. and Brener, L. (2005). The power of naming: A reply to McBride and Pates. Addiction Research & Theory, 13, (4), pp. 403-404.

Fraser, S. (2004). ‘It’s your life!’: Injecting drug users, individual responsibility and hepatitis C prevention. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine, 8, (2), pp. 199–221.

Fraser, S. (2004). Changing Community, Changing Practice? Monograph. National Centre in HIV Social Research, The University of New South Wales, Sydney.

Fraser, S. and Treloar, C. (2004). Letter. Journal of Substance Use, 9, (5), pp. 252.

Fraser, S., Hopwood, M., Treloar, C. and Brener, L. (2004). Needle fictions: Medical constructions of needle fixation and the injecting drug user. Addiction Research & Theory, 12, (1), pp. 67-76.

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