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Professor David Moore

Professor and Project Leader

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Introduction

David Moore is an anthropologist who leads the Ethnographic Program at the National Drug Research Institute. He has held positions at The Australian National University (Anthropology) and Deakin University (Public Health), and is Editor of Contemporary Drug Problems and a member of the editorial board for the International Journal of Drug Policy. He is the author of numerous publications on the social and cultural contexts of alcohol and other drug use, and has co-edited special issues on ‘Qualitative Research in the Drugs Field’ for Addiction Research and Theory (2001, with Tim Rhodes), and ‘Ethnography and Multidisciplinarity in the Drug Field’ (2002, with Lisa Maher) and ‘Social Theory in Drug Research, Drug Policy and Harm Reduction' (2004, also with Tim Rhodes) for The International Journal of Drug Policy. He also co-edited (with Paul Dietze) 'Drugs and Public Health' (Oxford University Press, 2008) and (with Suzanne Fraser) 'The Drug Effect: Health, Crime & Society' (Cambridge University Press, 2011), and co-authored (with Suzanne Fraser and Helen Keane) 'Habits: Remaking Addiction' (Palgrave, 2014). He has taught undergraduate courses in urban anthropology, youth cultures, Australian society, and ethnographic research methods and analysis, and supervised PhD students working in Australia, Canada, Japan and Norway. David is based at NDRI's Melbourne office.

Qualifications

  • PhD, University of Western Australia
  • MA Anthropology, University of Western Australia
  • BA (Hons) Anthropology, University of Western Australia

Research Interests

  • Alcohol and other drug use amongst young people; addiction; methamphetamine science and policy; injecting drug use; drug policy; qualitative approaches

Memberships

  • Fellow, Australian Anthropological Society

Editorial

  • Editorial Board, International Journal of Drug Policy
  • Editor, Contemporary Drug Problems

Current projects

  • Experiences of addiction, treatment and recovery: An online resource for members of the public, health professionals and policymakers Details
  • Developing the capacity to model the impact of interventions that target high-risk drinking among young Australians Details
  • Reducing the health, social and economic burden of injection drug use in Australia Details
  • Understanding the barriers to improved access, engagement and retention of methamphetamine users in health services Details

Publications

Murphy, D.A., Hart, A.C. and Moore, D. Shouting and providing: Forms of exchange in the drinking accounts of young people. Drug and Alcohol Review. [In Press] [RJ1189]

Murphy, D.A., Wilson, J.C. and Moore, D. Playing hard: Young men’s experiences of drinking in inner Melbourne. Journal of Sociology. [In Press] [RJ1112]

Lamy, F., Quinn, B., Dwyer, R., Thomson, N., Moore, D. and Dietze, P. (2016). TreatMethHarm: An agent-based simulation of how people who use methamphetamine access treatment. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 19, (2). DOI: 10.18564/jasss.3069 [RJ1099] Paper

Manton, L. and Moore, D. (2016). Gender, intoxication and the developing brain: Problematisations of drinking among young adults in Australian alcohol policy. International Journal of Drug Policy, 31, (5), pp. 153-162. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugpo.2015.10.009 [RJ1095] Paper

Scott, N., Hart, A.C., Wilson, J.C., Livingston, M., Moore, D. and Dietze, P. (2016). The effects of extended public transport operating hours and venue lockout policies on drinking-related harms in Melbourne, Australia: Results from SimDrink, an agent-based simulation model. International Journal of Drug Policy. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugpo.2016.02.016 [RJ1142] Paper

Scott, N., Livingston, M., Hart, A.C., Wilson, J.C., Moore, D. and Dietze, P. (2016). SimDrink: An agent-based NetLogo model of young, heavy drinkers for conducting alcohol policy experiments. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 19, (1). DOI: 10.18564/jasss.2943 [RJ1089] Paper

Duff, C. and Moore, D. (2015). Evading and embracing normality: Estrangement and ambivalence in the accounts of methamphetamine consumers. Critical Public Health, 25, (4), pp. 488-503. DOI: 10.1080/09581596.2014.913785 [RJ918] Paper

Moore, D. and Fraser, S. (2015). Causation, knowledge and politics: Greater precision and rigour needed in methamphetamine research and policy-making to avoid problem inflation. Addiction Research & Theory, 23, (2), pp. 89-92. DOI: 10.3109/16066359.2015.1017571 [RJ1002] Paper

Moore, D., Fraser, S., Törrönen, J. and Eriksson Tinghög, M. (2015). Sameness and difference: Metaphor and politics in the constitution of addiction, social exclusion and gender in Australian and Swedish drug policy. International Journal of Drug Policy, 26, (4), pp. 420-428. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugpo.2015.01.011 [RJ1010] Paper

Pienaar, K., Fraser, S., Kokanovic, R., Moore, D., Treloar, C. and Dunlop, A. (2015). New narratives, new selves: Complicating addiction in online alcohol and other drug resources. Addiction Research & Theory, 23, (6), pp. 499-509. DOI: 10.3109/16066359.2015.1040002 [RJ1067] Paper

Seear, K., Fraser, S., Moore, D. and Murphy, D.A. (2015). Understanding and responding to anabolic steroid injecting and hepatitis C risk in Australia: A research agenda. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 22, (5), pp. 449-455. DOI: 10.3109/09687637.2015.1061975 [RJ1068] Paper

Seear, K., Murphy, D.A., Fraser, S. and Moore, D. (2015). Understanding and responding to the rise of steroid injecting in Australia: Recommendations from a national consultation. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia. [T240] Paper

Seear, K. and Moore, D. (eds.) (2014). Complexity: Researching Alcohol and Other Drugs in a Multiple World (Conference Special Issue). Contemporary Drug Problems, 41, (3), pp. 293-484. [M82]

Duff, C. and Moore, D. (2014). Counterpublic health and the design of drug services for methamphetamine consumers in Melbourne. Health, 19, (1), pp. 51-66. DOI: 10.1177/1363459314530740 [RJ963] Paper

Duff, C. and Moore, D. (2014). Going out, getting about: Atmospheres of mobility in Melbourne’s night-time economy. Social and Cultural Geography, 16, (3), pp. 299-314. DOI: 10.1080/14649365.2014.979864 [RJ960] Paper

Fraser, S., Moore, D. and Keane, H. (2014). Habits: Remaking addiction. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK. [M75]

Hart, A.C. and Moore, D. (2014). Alcohol and alcohol effects: Constituting causality in alcohol epidemiology. Contemporary Drug Problems, 41, (3), pp. 393-416. DOI: 10.1177/009145091404100306 [RJ965] Paper

MacLean, S. and Moore, D. (2014). 'Hyped up': Assemblages of alcohol, excitement and violence for outer-suburban young adults in the inner city at night. International Journal of Drug Policy, 25, (3), pp. 378-385. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugpo.2014.02.006 [RJ937] Paper

MacLean, S., Wilkinson, C., Moore, D., Matthews, S., O'Rourke, S., Butterworth, I. and Room, R. (2014). Young adults and alcohol: Developing local government policy responses in inner- and outer-urban settings: Full report. Victorian Health Promotion Foundation, Melbourne. [T234] Paper

Moore, D. (2014). Reflections on the enduring value of critical scholarship. Drug and Alcohol Review, 33, (6), pp. 577-580. DOI: 10.1111/dar.12190 [RJ994] Paper

Seear, K. and Moore, D. (2014). Complexity: Researching alcohol and other drugs in a multiple world. Contemporary Drug Problems, 41, (3), pp. 295-300. DOI: 10.1177/009145091404100302 [RJ1023] Paper

Thomson, N. and Moore, D. (2014). Methamphetamine ‘facts’: The production of a ‘destructive’ drug in Australian scientific texts. Addiction Research & Theory, 22, (6), pp. 451-462. DOI: 10.3109/16066359.2014.892931 [RJ919] Paper

Dwyer, R. and Moore, D. (2013). Enacting multiple methamphetamines: The ontological politics of public discourse and consumer accounts of a drug and its effects. International Journal of Drug Policy, 24, (3), pp. 203-211. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugpo.2013.03.003 [RJ891] Paper

Green, R. and Moore, D. (2013). ‘Meth circles’ and ‘pipe pirates’: Crystal methamphetamine smoking and identity management among a social network of young adults. Substance Use and Misuse, 48, (9), pp. 691-701. DOI: 10.3109/10826084.2013.782046 [RJ883] Paper

Karasaki, M., Fraser, S., Moore, D. and Dietze, P. (2013). The place of volition in addiction: Differing approaches and their implications for policy and service provision. Drug and Alcohol Review, 32, (2), pp. 195-204. DOI: 10.1111/j.1465-3362.2012.00501.x [RJ817] Paper

Moore, D. and Fraser, S. (2013). Producing the 'problem’ of addiction in drug treatment. Qualitative Health Research, 23, (7), pp. 916 - 923. DOI: 10.1177/1049732313487027 [RJ847] Paper

Moore, D. (ed.) (2012). Problematizing "Drugs" (Conference Special Issue). Contemporary Drug Problems, 39, (3), pp. 345-590. [M78]

Dray, A., Perez, P., Moore, D., Dietze, P., Bammer, G., Jenkinson, R., Siokou, C., Green, R., Hudson, S. and Maher, L. (2012). Are drug detection dogs and mass-media campaigns likely to be effective policy responses to psychostimulant use and related harm? Results from an agent-based simulation model. International Journal of Drug Policy, 23, (2), pp. 148-153. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugpo.2011.05.018 [RJ718] Paper

Dwyer, R., Pennay, A., Green, R., Siokou, C., Barratt, M.J., Thomson, N. and Moore, D. (2012). The social contexts and cultural meanings of amphetamine-type stimulant use and their implications for policy and practice. In Allsop, S. and Lee, N. (eds.) Perspectives on Amphetamine-Type Stimulants. I.P. Communications, Melbourne. pp. 56-68. ISBN: 978-0-9808649-9-1 [CH171] Abstract

Moore, D. (2012). Editor's introduction: Problematizing "drugs". Contemporary Drug Problems, 39, (3), pp. 349-352. DOI: 10.1177/009145091203900301 [RJ878] Paper

Perez, P., Dray, A., Moore, D., Dietze, P., Bammer, G., Jenkinson, R., Siokou, C., Green, R., Hudson, S. and Maher, L. (2012). SimAmph: An agent-based simulation model for exploring the use of psychostimulants and related harm among young Australians. International Journal of Drug Policy, 23, (1), pp. 62-71. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugpo.2011.05.017 [RJ717] Paper

Small, W., Moore, D., Shoveller, J., Wood, E. and Kerr, T. (2012). Risk and safety within injection settings: Injection drug users’ reasons for attending a supervised injecting facility. Health, Risk and Society, 14, (4), pp. 307-324. DOI: 10.1080/13698575.2012.680950 [RJ737] Paper

Fraser, S. and Moore, D. (eds.) (2011). The Drug Effect: Health, Crime and Society. Cambridge University Press, Melbourne. [M70] Paper

Fraser, S. and Moore, D. (2011). Governing through problems: The formulation of policy on amphetamine-type stimulants (ATS) in Australia. International Journal of Drug Policy, 22, (6), pp. 498-506. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugpo.2011.09.004 [RJ804] Paper

Fraser, S. and Moore, D. (2011). Harm reduction and hepatitis C: On the ethics and politics of prevention and treatment. Addiction Research & Theory, 19, (4), pp. 375-379. DOI: 10.3109/16066359.2010.530716 [RJ716] Paper

Fraser, S. and Moore, D. (2011). The drug effect: constructing drugs and addiction. In Fraser, S. and Moore, D. (eds.) The Drug Effect: Health, Crime and Society. Cambridge University Press, Melbourne. pp. 1-16. [CH174]

Keane, H., Moore, D. and Fraser, S. (2011). Addiction and dependence: Making realities in the DSM. Addiction, 106, (5), pp. 875-877. DOI: 10.1111/j.1360-0443.2010.03307.x [RJ762] Paper

Lenton, E., Fraser, S., Moore, D. and Treloar, C. (2011). Hepatitis C, love and intimacy: Beyond the 'anomalous' body. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 18, (3), pp. 228-236. DOI: 10.3109/09687637.2010.485939 [RJ713] Paper

Moore, D. (2011). The ontological politics of knowledge production: Qualitative research in the multidisciplinary drug field. In Fraser, S. and Moore, D. (eds.) The Drug Effect: Health, Crime and Society. Cambridge University Press, Melbourne. pp. 73-88. [CH173]

Small, W., Shoveller, J., Moore, D., Tyndall, M., Wood, E. and Kerr, T. (2011). Injection drug users’ access to a supervised injection facility in Vancouver, Canada: The influence of operating policies and local drug culture. Qualitative Health Research, 21, (6), pp. 743-756. DOI: 10.1177/1049732311400919 [RJ735] Paper

Dwyer, R. and Moore, D. (2010). Beyond neoclassical economics: Social process, agency and the maintenance of order in an Australian illicit drug marketplace. International Journal of Drug Policy, 21, (5), pp. 390-398. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugpo.2010.03.001 [RJ706] Paper

Dwyer, R. and Moore, D. (2010). Understanding illicit drug markets in Australia: Notes towards a critical reconceptualization. British Journal of Criminology, 50, (1), pp. 82-101. DOI: 10.1093/bjc/azp065 [RJ701] Paper

Moore, D. (2010). Beyond disorder, danger, incompetence and ignorance: Re-thinking the youthful subject of alcohol and other drug policy. Contemporary Drug Problems, 37, (3), pp. 475-498. DOI: 10.1177/009145091003700306 [RJ727] Paper

Northcote, J. and Moore, D. (2010). Understanding contexts: Methods and analysis in ethnographic research on drugs. In Miller, P.G., Strang, J. and Miller, P.M. (eds.) Addiction Research Methods. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford. pp. 287-298. [CH152]

Pennay, A. and Moore, D. (2010). Exploring the micro-politics of normalisation: Narratives of pleasure, self-control and desire in a sample of young Australian ‘party drug’ users. Addiction Research & Theory, 18, (5), pp. 557-571. DOI: 10.3109/16066350903308415 [RJ681] Paper

Rhodes, T., Stimson, G., Moore, D. and Bourgois, P. (2010). Qualitative social research in addictions publishing: Creating an enabling journal environment. International Journal of Drug Policy, 21, (6), pp. 441-444. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugpo.2010.10.002 [RJ760] Paper

Siokou, C., Moore, D. and Lee, H. (2010). ‘Muzzas’ and ‘Old Skool Ravers’: Ethnicity, drugs and the changing face of Melbourne’s dance party/club scene. Health Sociology Review, 19, (2), pp. 192-204. DOI: 10.5172/hesr.2010.19.2.192 [RJ704] Paper

Grace, J., Moore, D. and Northcote, J. (2009). Alcohol, Risk and Harm Reduction: Drinking Among Young Adults in Recreational Settings in Perth. National Drug Research Institute, Perth. [T192] Paper

Green, R. and Moore, D. (2009). 'Kiddie drugs' and controlled pleasure: Recreational use of dexamphetamine in a social network of young Australians. International Journal of Drug Policy, 20, (5), pp. 402-408. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugpo.2008.12.002 [RJ627] Paper

Moore, D. (2009). 'Workers', 'clients' and the struggle over needs: Understanding encounters between service providers and street-based injecting drug users in an Australian city. Social Science and Medicine, 68, (6), pp. 1161-1168. DOI: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2008.12.015 [RJ603] Paper

Moore, D., Dray, A., Green, R., Hudson, S., Jenkinson, R., Siokou, C., Perez, P., Bammer, G., Maher, L. and Dietze, P. (2009). Extending drug ethno-epidemiology using agent-based modelling. Addiction, 104, (12), pp. 1991-1997. DOI: 10.1111/j.1360-0443.2009.02709.x [RJ644] Paper

Fraser, S. and Moore, D. (2008). Dazzled by unity? Order and chaos in public discourse on illicit drug use. Social Science and Medicine, 66, pp. 740-752. DOI: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2007.10.012 [RJ505] Paper

Moore, D. and Dietze, P. (eds.) (2008). Drugs and Public Health: Australian Perspectives on Policy and Practice. Oxford University Press, Melbourne. [M62]

Moore, D. (2008). Erasing pleasure from public discourse on illicit drugs: On the creation and reproduction of an absence. International Journal of Drug Policy, 19, (5), pp. 353-358. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugpo.2007.07.004 [RJ522] Paper

Siokou, C. and Moore, D. (2008). ‘This is not a rave!’: Changes in the commercialised Melbourne rave/dance party scene. Youth Studies Australia, 27, (3), pp. 50-57. [RJ617] Paper

Webster, I., Moore, D. and Dietze, P. (2008). The evolution of alcohol and other drug research, policy and practice in Australia. In Moore, D. and Dietze, P. (eds.) Drugs and Public Health: Australian Perspectives on Policy and Practice. Oxford University Press, Melbourne. pp. 1-13. [CH149]

Duff, C., Johnston, J., Moore, D. and Goren, N. (2007). ‘Dropping, Connecting, Playing and Partying’: Exploring the Social and Cultural Contexts of Ecstasy and Related Drug Use in Victoria. Premier's Drug Prevention Council, Melbourne. [M64] Paper

Kerr, T., Small, W., Moore, D. and Wood, E. (2007). A micro-environmental intervention to reduce the harms associated with drug-related overdose: Evidence from the evaluation of Vancouver’s safer injection facility. International Journal of Drug Policy, 18, (1), pp. 37-45. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugpo.2006.12.008 [RJ499] Paper

Moore, D. (2007). Book review: B. Sanders (ed.). Drugs, Clubs and Young People. Health Sociology Review, 16, (1), pp. 91-92. [RJ504]

Dietze, P., Jolley, D., Fry, C., Bammer, G. and Moore, D. (2006). When is a little knowledge dangerous? Circumstances of recent heroin overdose and links to knowledge of overdose risk factors. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 84, (3), pp. 223-230. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2006.02.005 [RJ479] Paper

Higgs, P., Moore, D. and Aitken, C. (2006). Engagement, reciprocity and advocacy: Ethical harm reduction practice in research with injecting drug users. Drug and Alcohol Review, 25, (5), pp. 419-423. DOI: 10.1080/09595230600876606 [RJ463] Paper

Miller, P.G., Moore, D. and Strang, J. (2006). The regulation of research by funding bodies: an emerging ethical issue for the alcohol and other drug sector? International Journal on Drug Policy, 17, (1), pp. 12-16. [RJ471]

Moore, D. and Fraser, S. (2006). Putting at risk what we know: Reflecting on the drug-using subject in harm reduction and its political implications. Social Science and Medicine, 62, (12), pp. 3035-3047. [RJ476]

Loxley, W., Gray, D., Wilkinson, C., Chikritzhs, T.N., Midford, R. and Moore, D. (2005). Alcohol policy and harm reduction in Australia. Drug and Alcohol Review, 24, (6), pp. 559 - 568. [RJ475]

Moore, D. (2005). Key moments in the ethnography of drug-related harm: Reality checks for policy makers? In Stockwell, T.R., Gruenewald, P., Toumbourou, J. and Loxley, W. (eds.) Preventing Harmful Substance Use: The Evidence Base for Policy and Practice. John Wiley and Sons, Chichester. pp. 433-442. [CH114]

Moore, D. and Dietze, P. (2005). Enabling environments and the reduction of drug-related harm: Re-framing Australian policy and practice. Drug and Alcohol Review, 24, (3), pp. 275-284. [RJ454]

Moore, D. (2004). Beyond 'subculture' in the ethnography of illicit drug use. Contemporary Drug Problems, 31, (2), pp. 181-212. [RJ424]

Moore, D. (2004). Governing street-based injecting drug users: A critique of heroin overdose prevention in Australia. Social Science and Medicine, 59, (7), pp. 1547-1557. [RJ426]

Moore, D. and Dietze, P. (2004). Overdose prevention and street-based injecting drug use: Why we're heading in the wrong direction. In Harper, K. (ed.) Services Directory for Drug and Alcohol Users. Fitzroy Legal Service, Fitzroy. pp. 288-290. [CH108]

Moore, D. and Dietze, P. (2004). Responding to street-based heroin overdose, injecting drug use and sex work: A risk environment approach. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University of Technology & School of Health and Social Development, Deakin University. [R181]

Moore, D. and Rhodes, T. (2004). Social theory in drug research, drug policy and harm reduction. International Journal of Drug Policy, 15, (5), pp. 323-325. [RJ449]

Moore, D. and Rhodes, T. (eds.) (2004). Social Theory in Drug Research, Drug Policy and Harm Reduction (Double Special Issue). International Journal of Drug Policy, 15, (5), pp. 323-458. [M43]

Moore, D. (1993). Beyond Zinberg's 'social setting': a processural view of illicit drug use. Drug and Alcohol Review, 12, (4). [RJ128]

Moore, D. (1993). Ethnography and illicit drug use: Dispatches from an Anthropologist in the 'Field'. Addiction Research, 1, (1), pp. 11-25. [RJ120]

Moore, D. (1993). Social controls, harm minimisation and interactive outreach: The public health implications of an ethnography of drug use. Australian Journal of Public Health, 17, (1), pp. 58-67. [RJ123]

Moore, D. (1993). Speeding, ecking and tripping: Ethnographic notes from a small world of psychostimulant use. In Burrows, D., Flaherty, B. and McEvoy, M. (eds.) Illicit Psychostimulant Use in Australia. Australian Government Printing Service, Canberra, Australia. pp. 71-90. [CH22]

Moore, D. (1992). Beyond the bottle: Introducing anthropological debate to research into Aboriginal alcohol use. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 27, (3), pp. 173-193. [RJ78]

Moore, D. (1992). Deconstructing dependence: An ethnographic critique of an influential concept. Contemporary Drug Problems. pp. 459-490. [RJ135]

Moore, D. (1992). From psychobiological description to sociological explanation: Ethnographic comments on the concept of 'dependence'. Winner of the 1991 Syd Lovibond Prize. Monograph No. 16. National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, University of New South Wales. [M6]

Moore, D. (1992). Penetrating social worlds: Conducting ethnographic research into alcohol and other drug use within Australia. Drug and Alcohol Review, 1, (3), pp. 313-323. [RJ89]

Moore, D. (1992). Recreational drug use, with particular reference to amphetamines, ecstasy and LSD, amongst a social network of young people in Perth, Western Australia. National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse, Division of Health Sciences, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. [T33]

Moore, D. and Saunders, B. (1991). Youth drug use and the prevention of problems: Why we've got it all wrong. International Journal on Drug Policy, 2, (5), pp. 29-33. [RJ59]

Moore, D. (1990). Anthropological reflections on youth drug use research in Australia: What we don't know and how we should find out. Australian Drug and Alcohol Review, 9, pp. 333-342. [RJ38]

Moore, D. (1990). Drinking, the construction of ethnic identity, and social process in a Western Australian youth subculture. British Journal of Addiction, 85, pp. 1265-1278. [RJ35]

Non-NDRI Publications

Aitken, C., Moore, D., Higgs, P., Kelsall, J. and Kerger, M. (2002). The impact of a police crackdown on a street drug scene: Evidence from the street. International Journal of Drug Policy, 13, pp. 189-198. [RJ]

Moore, D. (2002). Ethnography and the Australian drug field: Emaciation, appropriation and multidisciplinary myopia. International Journal of Drug Policy, 13, pp. 271-284. [RJ]

Moore, D. (2002). Opening up the cul-de-sac of youth drug studies: A contribution to the establishment of some alternative truths. Contemporary Drug Problems, 29, (1), pp. 13-63. [RJ]

Moore, D. and Maher, L. (2002). Ethnography and multidisciplinarity in the drug field. International Journal of Drug Policy, 13, pp. 245-247. [RJ]

Moore, D. and Maher, L. (eds.) (2002). International Journal of Drug Policy (Special Issue: Ethnography and Multidisciplinarity in the Drug Field), 13, (4). [M]

Rhodes, T. and Moore, D. (eds.) (2001). Special Issue: On the Qualitative in Drugs Research. Addiction Research & Theory, 9, (4), pp. 279-402. [M]

Moore, D. (2001). The anthropology of drinking. In Heather, N., Peters, T.J. and Stockwell, T.R. (eds.) International Handbook of Alcohol Dependence and Problems. Wiley, New York. pp. 471-487. [CH]

Rhodes, T. and Moore, D. (2001). On the qualitative in drugs research: Part one. Addiction Research & Theory, 9, (4), pp. 279-299. [RJ]

Rhodes, T. and Moore, D. (2001). On the qualitative in drugs research: Part two. Addiction Research & Theory, 9, (6), pp. 515-517. [RJ]

Moore, D. (1996). ‘Recreational drug use’ and the work/leisure dichotomy. In Saunders, B. and Wilkinson, C. (eds.) Perspectives on Addiction: Making Sense of the Issues. William Montgomery, Perth. pp. 47-54. [CH]

Moore, D. (1995). Raves and the Bohemian search for self and community: A contribution to the anthropology of public events. Anthropological Forum, 7, (2), pp. 193-214. [RJ]

Moore, D. (1994). The lads in action: Social process in an urban youth subculture. Popular Cultural Studies. Arena, Aldershot, UK. [M]

Moore, D. (1994). Vacating the committee chair: paving the way for synthesis in the addictions. A Commentary. Addiction, 89, (1). [RJ]