ADDICTA: The Turkish Journal on Addictions
  1. Tobacco, alcohol, drug and behavioral addiction control policies and advocacy work against struggling with addictions
  • New tobacco products and their place in legislation
  • Tobacco control policies and practices in Turkey
  • Successful lobbying or advocacy work against the tobacco industry in Turkey
  • New tobacco products and applications: Control policies to be developed for new tobacco products
  • Issues under Article 5/3 of the Tobacco Control Framework Agreement, Interventions of the Tobacco Industry
  • Evaluation of the success of the national control policies and legislations on tobacco consumption
  • SAFER implementation at country (Turkey) level
  • Alcohol control policies and practices in Turkey
  • Control policies for new alcohol products to be developed
  • Evaluation of the application success of national legal regulations on alcohol consumption.
  • Alcohol policy effectiveness: National-level findings
  • Cultural barriers to alcohol policies
  • Assessment of national / international policies and legal regulations related to behavioral addictions
  • Protective, preventive and interventive activities for global gambling policies and gambling addiction
  • Developing an advocacy decision support system for policy makers by mutually examining international preventive policies in struggling against addiction
  • Solutions to measure, evaluate and overcome social stigmatization factor in addiction control policies
  • Analysis of the role of NGOs in policy making and decision making processes related to struggling against addiction and comparison with different countries
  • Coordination and cooperation problems between national, international and global actors in the process of policy making and decision making and implementation related to struggling against addiction
  • Models regarding coordination between different actors involved in policy making and decision making processes related to struggling against addiction and effectiveness analysis of the relevant models
  • Developing a decision support system for policy makers on measuring the effectiveness and effective use of probation
ISSN2148-7286 EISSN 2149-1305