Smoking causes creative responses: on state antismoking policy and resilient habits
This article is framed by the complexities associated with exploring a morally positioned and emotive practice - the practice of smoking cigarettes. Smoking is bound up with a multiply of issues and positions, including (but not limited to) the role of the state in the regulation of bodies and their practices and in the moral positioning of those practices, and the rights of the individual. It is also bound up with particular understandings of bodies and their relations with other bodies. In...[Show more]
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