Drug policy in Australia: the supervised injecting facilities debate
Many theories have been developed to explain the influence of different groups in policy making. Some focus on public opinion, claiming that especially in issues of high salience, public opinion will play a decisive role in determining policy directions. Other theories claim interest groups (including professionals) and politicians are more critical in shaping the agenda and the solutions which are seen as viable in addressing a particular problem. The supervised injecting facilities debate in...[Show more]
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