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|dc.identifier.citation||Chapman, S. (2016). Smoke signals: selected writing. Sydney University Press: Sydney.||en_AU|
|dc.description.abstract||This is the complete file of 'Smoke Signals', gathering together 71 of Professor Simon Chapman’s authoritative, acerbic and often heretical essays written in newspapers, blogs and research journals across his 40-year career. The essays cover major developments and debates in tobacco control, public health ethics, cancer screening, gun control and panics about low risk agents like wi-fi, mobile phone towers and wind turbines. This collection is an essential guide to many key debates in contemporary public health. It will be invaluable to public health students and practitioners, while remaining compelling reading for all interested in health policy.||en_AU|
|dc.publisher||Sydney University Press||en_AU|
|dc.title||Smoke Signals: selected writing [complete]||en_AU|
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