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Bartlett, 1980). But though alcohol may be consumed for one particular use‐value, its other intrinsic properties, and often some symbolic ones as well, are also in effect. In particular, its most problematic properties – its intoxicating effects and causal roles in chronic disease – often accompany the pleasure and other positive effects sought by the drinker. At the cultural and societal level, drinking practices and the cultural position of alcohol vary greatly. In Islamic societies, at one end of the spectrum, it is forbidden outright.
Access to Controlled Medications Programme. WHO/PSM/OSM/2007 2. Geneva, Switzerland: WHO. Part II The Use and Marketing of Particular Drugs in Society 2 Alcohol Wide‐Ranging Problems, Inadequate Responses Norman Giesbrecht and Robin Room Introduction Alcohol is greatly valued, deeply integrated into social and cultural contexts, used extensively, or its consumption banned or distribution strongly controlled – depending on the era and sociocultural contexts. In many Western countries it is currently a very popular drug, with 70–80% of adults having consumed alcohol in the past year.
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