Edited by eric a feldman ronald bayer harvard university press 2004 pp 394 isbn 0 674 01334 4 tobacco policy and public health with the cover befitting a crime thriller unfiltered delivers an honest unfiltered discussion of contemporary policy debates in tobacco control the book documents experiences from eight developed countries. Download citation on dec 1 2004 m assunta and others published unfiltered conflict over tobacco policy and public health find read and cite all the research you need on researchgate. Tobacco among the most popular consumer products of the twentieth century is under attack once a behavior that knew no social bounds cigarette smoking has been transformed into an activity that reflects sharp differences in social status unfiltered tells the story of how anti smoking advocates public health professionals bureaucrats and tobacco corporations have clashed over smoking . Get this from a library unfiltered conflicts over tobacco policy and public health eric a feldman ronald bayer unfiltered tells the story of how anti smoking advocates public health professionals bureaucrats and tobacco corporations have clashed over smoking regulation the nations discussed in this book . This book which consists of 11 chapters offers a comparative perspective on the legal political and social conflicts over tobacco control in countries such as australia canada denmark france germany japan uk and usa it makes a unique contribution to our understanding of how scientific evidence global health advocacy individual risk assessment and governmental interests intersect
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