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This section contains extra information such as reports and papers on general nightlife issues. These articles are not related to evaluated interventions within nightlife, but they may still be useful and interesting as background information.

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They are legal so they are safe, right? What did the legal status of BZP-party pills mean to young people in New Zealand? Sheridan J, Butler R
Journal Article 2010
The drug information and monitoring service (DIMS) in the Netherlands: A unique tool for monitoring party drugs Niesink R, Nikken G, Jansen F et al
Journal Article 2001
Strategies to prevent community alcohol-related problems: bar areas McAllister J.
Report 2000
Dancing on drugs: Risk, health and hedonism in the British club scene Measham F, Aldridge J, Parker H.
Book 2001
Nightlife and crime: Social order and governance in international perspective Demetrovics Z.
Book 2009
The variety of ecstasy/MDMA users: Results from the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions Wu L-T, Parrott AC, Ringwalt CL et al
Journal Article 2009
Everything starts with an 'E': Exclusion, ethnicity and elite formation in contemporary English clubland Measham F, Hadfield P.
Journal Article 2009
The affordability of alcoholic beverages in the European Union. Understanding the link between alcohol affordability, consumption and harms Rabinovich L, Brutscher PB, de Vries H et al.
Report 2009
Medical problems related to recreational drug use at nocturnal dance parties Van Sassenbroeck DK, Calle PA, Rousseau FM, et al
Journal Article 2003
The influence of age and gender on party drug use among young adults attending dance events, clubs, and rock festivals in Belgium Van Havere T, Vanderplasschen W, Broekaert E et al.
Journal Article 2009