Preface; Acknowledgements; Part I. Addictive Consumptions: 1. Why it matters; 2. Addiction surplus; 3. Profit consumption; Part II. Concepts: 4. Moral jeopardy; 5. Silencing effects; 6. Psychology of moral jeopardy; 7. Climate of permissibility; Part III. Role Dilemmas: 8. Industry opportunities; 9. Health provider dilemmas; 10. Government maneuverings; 11. Community dilemmas; 12. Researcher dilemmas; Part IV. Prevention Strategies: 13. A prevention framework; 14. Moral jeopardy self-assessment; 15. Hearts and minds; 16. Positional statements; 17. Consuming futures; 18. Conclusion; Permissions; Index.
Peter J. Adams is a Professor at the Centre for Addiction Research, School of Population Health, University of Auckland, New Zealand.