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Narrative review: The Meaning of "Recovery" for Addiction Treatment and Research
Addiction & Addictive Disorders
"Recovery" has been made the focus of UK drug policy. It is a term that means different things to different people and is difficult to operationalize. In this narrative review a discourse analysis was conducted on the use of the term "Recovery" and its many associated connotations in the literature on addiction treatment. Key findings "Recovery" has been most commonly equated with abstinence. It is also often associated with participation in 12-step fellowships. When used in this context, anddoi:10.24966/aad-7276/100012 fatcat:no7ul5pozvblddvho6igeqe42m