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Social Big Data as a Tool for Understanding and Predicting the Impact of Cannabis Legalization

Sean D. Young, Howard Padwa, Erin E. Bonar
2019 Frontiers in Public Health  
This manuscript is the opinion of the authors and does not necessarily reflect the views of the sponsor.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We wish to thank the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) for funding this research (SY, 7R01AI132030 and R56AI125105).  ...  Machine learning methods can be used not only for monitoring public health issues and trends, but also as a tool for prediction.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpubh.2019.00274 pmid:31637226 pmcid:PMC6787761 fatcat:ichkyp6kyvbdbatecha3bhy5wq

Legal drugs? Not without legal reform: the impact of drug legalization on employers under current theories of enterprise liability

L L Hirschfeld
1998 Cornell journal of law and public policy  
Most legalization advocates express hope that education, negative advertising and treatment will produce the same social awareness and reduced or responsible consumption of marijuana, cocaine and heroin  ...  The public recognizes that alcohol and tobacco are legal now, and that they cause a host of problems that we seem powerless to control, so why would we want more legal drugs on the street?  ... 
pmid:10848148 fatcat:p4i7nfpgtvdflduwlq5lndtopu

Legal Systems [chapter]

2015 TemaNord  
Community Viability and Adaptation  ...  Reviewing the public consultations meetings concerning the Isua Project, one can identify a number of trends and challenges.  ...  One discernible trend is that the human rights treaty monitoring bodies associated with the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) and the International Covenant on Economic, Social  ... 
doi:10.6027/9789289338837-9-en fatcat:oxbfxrck2zdc5gpuzzhafc7tcm

Randomized Legal Experimentation

Michael B. Abramowicz
2008 Social Science Research Network  
Social scientists have performed and analyzed a number of randomized studies of policies, but the legal literature has not addressed whether and how the legal system should incorporate experimental methods  ...  This Article identifies several benefits of randomized legal experimentation and argues that these benefits supports selfexecuting experiments, whose results would lead to policy changes agreed upon in  ...  Joanna Shepherd, 159 focusing first on a cross-sectional analysis of homicide trends in states that either abolished or adopted the death penalty.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1273875 fatcat:xjk5jo5erfcpzgcb37hp4rq7wy

Mils: Business, Legal And Social Acceptance

Christophe Toulemonde, Jacques Brygier, Holger Blasum, Sergey Tverdyshev, Bertrand Leconte, Kevin Müller, Axel Söding - Freiherr von Blomberg, Igor Furgel, Martina Truskaller
2015 Zenodo  
It has analysed how security requirements vary from a business (companies) and a social (consumer) point of view.  ...  A multistep work has be done to make a quantitative and qualitative analysis of the different markets and understand the potential of exploitation.  ...  D13.2 MILS: Business, Legal and Social Acceptance EURO-MILS D13.2 Page 124 of 144 Social media networks: Tweets, posts, favourites, sentiment  Social search: keyword analysis and hashtag tracking  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.47301 fatcat:2njeypzu4jfgjaygciloaj4zae

Towards Noncustodial Harm Reduction in Substance Abuse among Youths: The Need to Incorporate Social Marketing Interventions into the Nigerian Legal Framework

Macpherson Uchenna Nnam, Victoria O Onya, Chinazor Franca Obi, Chisom E Ogbonnaya, Mercy Chioma Arua
2021 Scientific African  
This has called for explicit and formal incorporation of social marketing strategies into our legal framework for better outcomes in the 'war on drugs'.  ...  Findings revealed that the programme discourages drug-use behaviours through media education, counselling, and advertorial sea change in decision-making processes and drives.  ...  This has called for explicit and formal incorporation of social marketing strategies into our legal framework for better outcomes in the 'war on drugs'.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sciaf.2021.e00799 fatcat:vyznm22bfzgj7gk7jlx5h5qhwq

Digital Platforms in China and Europe: Legal Challenges

Yu. Kharitonova, L. Sannikova
2021 BRICS Law Journal  
Another legal challenge arises concerning the trend of creating public services on the digital platforms of large technology companies.  ...  The paper considers the processes of platformatization of the economy and public government, which have become the last decade's primary trend.  ...  social media sites.  ... 
doi:10.21684/2412-2343-2021-8-3-121-147 fatcat:m2zz2vw34rgoveexveo7dlfvfu

The Criminal Law Syllabus and the Realities of Legal Practice in Hong Kong

Daniel Pascoe
2021 Legal education review  
law curriculum, legal educators should look at long-term, rather than merely at short-term trends.  ...  Nevertheless, opinion was evenly split on whether the ubiquitous driving and regulatory offences should be learned 'on the job' as practitioners or else taught in law schools, as additions to the syllabus  ... 
doi:10.53300/001c.23731 fatcat:tqmtrndxo5e23kortq6hf3ajp4

The symbiotic tensions of the regulatory–carceral state: The case of cannabis legalization

Ely Aaronson, Gil Rothschild‐Elyassi
2021 Regulation & Governance  
one another.  ...  Thus, rather than precipitating the demise of the carceral state, cannabis legalization reforms sustain a bifurcated governance structure perpetuating long-standing patterns of using drug law as a means  ...  Acknowledgments We thank the anonymous reviewers for their insightful comments and suggestions and Guy Markovich for his excellent research assistance.  ... 
doi:10.1111/rego.12394 fatcat:uqbpodopa5hqrkkoszew23zkoe

Between Prohibition and Legalization: The Dutch Experiment in Drug Policy

Patricia G. Erickson, Ed. Leuw, I. Haen Marshall
1995 Journal of Public Health Policy  
Acknowledgment The author wishes to acknowledge the help of Ton Cramer (Ministry of Welfare, Health and Cultural Affairs) in checking some of the figures in this Chapter.  ...  Developments in the light of Dutch drug policy Drugs and the spirit of the times In the 1980s, public opinion on hard drugs in Holland shifted to the problem-causing behavior of the addict.  ...  The Huisman Report: Defining basic social attitudes The Huisman Committee based its risk analysis of illegal drugs (compared to legal recreational as well as medical drugs) mainly on the dependency-producing  ... 
doi:10.2307/3342864 fatcat:x7tfkdqo2vhjjnb6mqjtzjpe3e

The First Amendment and Political Risk

M. Tushnet
2012 Journal of Legal Analysis  
other techniques of legal analysis than it itself is and (y) accurately believes that successor Courts will recognize their lower level of talent and act on that recognition.  ...  ones), and not when the victims are socially disvalued and the speakers valued.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jla/las005 fatcat:3ygnn23givfxpj27j5vj6yxz74

Report On Legal, Economic, Social, Ethical And Political Issues

Anna Donovan, Rachel Finn, Sertac Oruc, Claudia Werker, Scott W. Cunningham, Guillermo Vega Gorgojo, Ahmed Soylu, Dumitru Roman, Rajendra Akerkar, Jose Maria Garcia, Hans Lammerant, Antonella Galetta (+4 others)
2014 Zenodo  
Report on legal, economic, social, ethical and political issues. Deliverable D2.1 BYTE Project.  ...  There have been a number of instances where social media networks and others have processed data to study human behaviours and trends and manipulate behaviours.  ...  Some other companies such as Ford Motor, PepsiCO and Southwest Airlines, determine the effectiveness of their promotion campaigns based on the analysis of their customers postings on social media sites  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.49169 fatcat:r4dwpb3ynfgxxi3x75wronifdy

The Split Benefit: A Legal Solution to Expensive and Unproven Healthcare

Christopher T. Robertson
2012 Social Science Research Network  
Political, legal, and market limits prevent insurers and physicians from rationing care or putting downward pressure on prices.  ...  , and thus enjoy full insurance when making such a consumption decision.  ...  Trends Among US.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1987233 fatcat:ojz735shsffibmw7ys7qmzrd5e

Legal training for bachelors of direction of "Journalistic". Historical and pedagogical analysis
Правовая подготовка бакалавров направления «Журналистика»: историко-педагогический анализ

D.G. Zhitinevich, E.G. Kalugina
2017 Alma mater Vestnik Vysshey Shkoly  
In a syllabus for the Master's degree, I would focus more on important debates regarding media and society, such as causality in the relationship media society, and the role of media in the democratization  ...  New roles for journalism and public opinion.  ...  Class 10: Announcements of new drugs: Mock news conference "announcing" new drug study with major health scientists; how drugs are tested and publicized.  ... 
doi:10.20339/am.04-17.068 fatcat:p74ygbkknzerfeyqvbc4kbxx5i

Putting the Fetus First — Legal Regulation, Motherhood, and Pregnancy

Emma Milne
2020 Michigan Journal of Gender & Law  
As this Article will illustrate, this popular public perception has pervaded criminal law, impacting responses to women deemed to be the "irresponsible" pregnant woman and so the "bad" mother.  ...  developments not only in the US, where the fetus has been granted legal recognition in most states, but also in England and Wales, where the fetus continues to have no legal personality.  ...  spective on Parenting: Social Change and Social Constructs, 56 J.  ... 
doi:10.36641/mjgl.27.1.putting fatcat:vxlqgv7tuvbhdkfnrr6fkd5l5y
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