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Frank Vibeke Asmussen and Torsten Kolind

References Carlen, P. (2005): Imprisonment and the penal body politics: The cancer of disciplinary governance. In: Liebling, A. & Maruna, S. (eds.): The effects of imprisonment. Devon: Willan Publishing EMCDDA (2010): Annual report 2010. The state of the drugs problem in Europe. Luxembourg: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction Frank, V.A. (2008): Danish drug policy: Shifting from liberalism to repression. Drugs and Alcohol Today 8 (2): 26-33 Garland, D. (2001): The

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Mette Kronbæk and Frank Vibeke Asmussen

, D. (2007). Drugs in society. European perspectives. Oxford, New York: Radcliffe Publishing. Frank, V. A., & Dahl, H. V. (2012). Cannabis - Forbrug, interventioner og marked i Danmark [Cannabis - Consumption, interventions and market in Denmark] (pp. 7-22). Aarhus: Aarhus Universitetsforlag. Frank, V. A., & Dahl, H. V. (2012). Dyrkning af cannabis i Danmark [ Cultivation of cannabis in Denmark]. In H. V. Dahl, & V. A. Frank (Eds.), Cannabis - Forbrug, interventioner og marked i Danmark [Cannabis - Consumption, interventions and

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State, Union And Unauthorized Migrants

A case study of deportation policy in Sweden

Denis Frank

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During the 1990s the number of unauthorized migrant workers increased in Sweden. The Building Workers’ Union (BWU) reacted restrictively to this change. The political objective of the BWU was to preserve the existing institutions in immigration policy. To achieve this end, the Union cooperated with the police to detect unauthorized migrants. The Union became in fact an integral part of the internal migration control that the police performed. The restrictive reaction of the Union created the “illegal” migrant in the construction sector as a political problem in Sweden. This political problem did not exist in Sweden before the 1990s.

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Jakob Demant and Vibeke Frank

The promise of mixed methods for Nordic alcohol and drug research

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Torsten Kolind, Vibeke Asmussen Frank, Hellevibeke Dahl and Mie Birk Haller

.02.2012. Online: http://www.ft.dk/samling/20101/lovforslag/L93/fremsaettelsestale.htm#dok.) Bjerge, B. (2009): Mellem vision og praksis: Strukturreformen, rusmiddelbureaukrati og new public management. Ph.d. thesis, Aarhus Universitet og Københavns Universitet Boolsen, M.W. (1972): Narkokriminelle i fængsler. In: Windsløv, J. (ed.): Ungdom og stofbrug. Viborg: Jørgen Paludans Forlag Bømler, T.U. (2000): Når samfundet udstøder. København: Gyldendal Dahl, H. & Frank, V. & Kolind, T. (2008): Cannabis treatment in

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Liselotte Ingholt, Betina Bang Sørensen, Erik Axel and Vibeke Asmussen Frank

perspektiver. København: Unge Pædagoger: 11-37 Ingholt, L. (2005): Unges fællesskab og rygning på efterskole - et dialektisk perspektiv på sundhed. I: Ugeskrift for Læger, 30. maj 2005/22: 2399-2402 Ingholt, L. (2007): Fællesskaber, vaner og deltagelse. Et studie af unge på to gymnasier. Ph.d.-afhandling. Institut for Psykologi. Københavns Universitet Ingholt, L. & Sørensen, B.B. & Curtis, T. & Frank, V.A. (2010): Unges perspektiver på fællesskaber og uddannelsesforløb på tekniske skolers erhvervsuddannelse. Psyke & Logos 31

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Hedda Giertsen, Per-Åke Nylander, Vibeke Asmussen Frank, Torsten Kolind and Jouni Tourunen

Drug Addiction) (2012). Prisons and drugs in Europe: The problem and responses. Luxembourg: Publication Office of the European Union. Farabee, D., Prendergast, M., Cartier, J., Wexler, H., Knight, K., & Anglin M. Y. (1999). Barriers to implementing effective correctional drug treatment programs. The Prison Journal, 79(2), 150-162. Frank, V. A. et al. (2015). Inmates’ perspectives on prison drug treatment. A qualitative study from three prisons in Denmark Probation Journal (forthcoming). Friestad, C., & Hansen, I. L. S

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Juraj Štefanovič and Frank Schindler

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Aim of the article is to present our research dealing with virtual reality modeling and education activities. It involves a chain of development steps: taking pictures of objects, collecting information, creation of 3D models and panoramas, setting up the interactive virtual reality environment along with educational support and testing the user experience with students. Methodology/methods of work: the creation of 3D models and panoramas is done by taking pictures of real objects and using them as textures. The education materials are created as interactive presentations and the usability testing of these presentations should be planned. Scientific goal is to measure the quality of interaction by this education support in order to derive rules testing effectiveness of support, interactive applications and presentations. Findings: 3D models and other educational support materials may be created voluntarily by teachers. The open source library for many different models should be created by whole community provided suitable interfaces of modeling tools will be arranged. Conclusions: Complex educational and interactive materials including virtual reality and panoramas are satisfactory when combined with easy 3D models that are made from taken pictures, which could be made by teachers themselves and/or open communities by existing cameras.

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Lauren B. Frank, Sheila T. Murphy and Sandra Ball-Rokeach

): 2037-2044. Blackhall, Leslie J., Sheila T. Murphy, Gelya Frank, Vicki Michel, and Stanley Azen. 1995. “Ethnicity and attitudes toward patient autonomy.” Journal of the American Medical Association 274: 820-825. Burt, Ronald S. 1984. “Network items and the general social survey.” Social Networks 6: 293-339. Burt, Ronald S. 1999. “The social capital of opinion leaders.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 566 (1): 37-54. Byrd, Theresa L., Susan K. Peterson, Rafaelita Chavez, and Andrea Heckert. 2004