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other human rights, believing that these methods are most effective. One such method of control—and our focus in this paper—is erasing the boundaries between private and public. There is no respect for privacy when it comes to drug abuse, HIV infection, sex work, and unauthorized movement: the

In: Central Asian Affairs

more and more concessions after 1980; before that one could not openly speak about e. g. drug abuse and homelessness. So, the extinction of the churches in the Communist utopia was postponed to a far off future. The VIIth Assembly of the Lutheran World Federation in Budapest, 1984 with more than a

In: Reshaping Ecumenism in Times of Transformation

pregnancies, drug abuse, family violence, or rivalries of competing factions representing one nation usually remain unaddressed. Indigenous controlled print media often use "us/them"-dichotomies in communications such as "(our) indigenous popular music has the vigor to match (the other's) mainstream

In: Native Americans and First Nations: A Transnational Challenge
Author: Thomas Welskopp

‹ Sermon«, in: http://www.billysunday.org/sermons/booze/php3, Zugriff vom 7.6.2009. 20 Melville C. Kelly, Prohibition and Progress, in: K. Austin Kerr, The Politics of Moral Behavior: Prohibition and Drug Abuse, Reading, MS u.a. 1973, S. 103-108; hier S. 107. 21 Michael McGerr, A Fierce Discontent. The

In: Amerikas große Ernüchterung

youths; an expensive health care system that left out great numbers of people; drug abuse; decaying cities; a very high violent crime rate; environmental spoilation; and poverty that in 1983 afflicted 35.3 million Americans, or 15 percent of the population. As President Jimmy Carter's national secu- rity

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review

rise of poverty, mortality, infectious diseases, alcohol and drug abuse, homelessness and unemployment are dramatic indicators. Cerami 7 summarizes four main trends in a drastic restructuring of the Russian welfare system: (1) privatization of provision (2) individualization of risks

In: Russian Politics
Author: Juliane Hammer

Divine? As has become clear, references to justice as a concept do require qualification and explanation. I am reminded of a concept I first encountered in a conversation with Pam Hill, a Canadian activist who works in drug abuse prevention and rehabilitation: harm reduction. 42 It is based on a similar

In: Divine Action
Author: Kamal Gasimov

: http://scwra.gov.az/docs/170/ ?. 136 “Events held to promote religious enlightenment and promotion of national and spiritual values in the provinces,” Scwra.gov.az , July 31, 2015, http://scwra.gov.az/az/view/news/834/ ; “An event titled ‘Religious Radicalism and Ways to Combat Drug Abuse

In: Central Asian Affairs
Author: Alisher Latypov

social illnesses, and the subject of Soviet citizens’ narcotics use disappeared from the public discourse. With Soviet physicians claiming a nearly complete “liquidation” of narkomania in the ussr , political enlightenment instructors were no longer expected to mention drug abuse in their health

In: Central Asian Affairs

an East-West symmetry, in that the Soviet Union is "not immune" to sexual revolution, decline of the family, alcohol and drug abuse, enthusiasm for "hot music," alienation and loneliness. (He cites one letter of a reader to the effect that "We have 'cities of brides' and 'cities of bridegrooms'.") At

In: Russian History