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Addictionary
A guide to person-first language for how to write and speak about alcohol use disorders. If we want addiction destigmatized, we need a language that’s unified. The words we use matter. Caution needs to be taken, especially when the disorders concerned are heavily stigmatized as in substance use disorders.

AP Stylebook Press Club Notes
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Media Training: Reporting on Substance Use Disorders

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Journalist’s Resource shares eight tips on how journalists can improve how they cover alcohol-related topics, based on suggestions from other journalists and content-area experts and researchers.

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