Dr Monica J Barratt
Dr Monica J Barratt
Senior Research Fellow, Social and Global Studies Centre, RMIT University
Verified email at rmit.edu.au
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Hidden populations, online purposive sampling, and external validity: Taking off the blindfold
MJ Barratt, JA Ferris, S Lenton
Field Methods 27 (1), 3-21, 2015
3132015
Synthetic cannabis: a comparison of patterns of use and effect profile with natural cannabis in a large global sample
AR Winstock, MJ Barratt
Drug and alcohol dependence 131 (1-2), 106-111, 2013
2702013
SILK ROAD: EBAY FOR DRUGS: The journal publishes both invited and unsolicited letters
MJ Barratt
Addiction 107 (3), 683-683, 2012
2132012
Use of S ilk R oad, the online drug marketplace, in the United Kingdom, A ustralia and the United States
MJ Barratt, JA Ferris, AR Winstock
Addiction 109 (5), 774-783, 2014
2122014
Patterns of synthetic cannabinoid use in A ustralia
MJ Barratt, V Cakic, S Lenton
Drug and alcohol review 32 (2), 141-146, 2013
2022013
Safer scoring? Cryptomarkets, social supply and drug market violence
MJ Barratt, JA Ferris, AR Winstock
International Journal of Drug Policy 35, 24-31, 2016
1342016
Everything you always wanted to know about drug cryptomarkets*(* but were afraid to ask).
MJ Barratt, J Aldridge
The International journal on drug policy 35, 1, 2016
1302016
The NBOMe hallucinogenic drug series: patterns of use, characteristics of users and self-reported effects in a large international sample
W Lawn, M Barratt, M Williams, A Horne, A Winstock
Journal of Psychopharmacology 28 (8), 780-788, 2014
1142014
Diverging trends in alcohol consumption and alcohol‐related harm in Victoria
M Livingston, S Matthews, MJ Barratt, B Lloyd, R Room
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 34 (4), 368-373, 2010
1012010
Beyond recruitment? Participatory online research with people who use drugs
M Barratt, S Lenton
International Journal of Internet Research Ethics 3 (1), 69-86, 2010
992010
Constructive activism in the dark web: cryptomarkets and illicit drugs in the digital ‘demimonde’
A Maddox, MJ Barratt, M Allen, S Lenton
Information, Communication & Society 19 (1), 111-126, 2016
942016
The 12‐month prevalence and nature of adverse experiences resulting in emergency medical presentations associated with the use of synthetic cannabinoid products
AR Winstock, MJ Barratt
Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental 28 (4), 390-393, 2013
922013
‘What if you live on top of a bakery and you like cakes?’—Drug use and harm trajectories before, during and after the emergence of Silk Road
MJ Barratt, S Lenton, A Maddox, M Allen
International Journal of Drug Policy 35, 50-57, 2016
802016
Discussing illicit drugs in public internet forums: Visibility, stigma, and pseudonymity
MJ Barratt
Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Communities and …, 2011
712011
Active engagement with stigmatised communities through digital ethnography
MJ Barratt, A Maddox
Qualitative research 16 (6), 701-719, 2016
692016
A survey of regular ecstasy users’ knowledge and practices around determining pill content and purity: Implications for policy and practice
J Johnston, MJ Barratt, CL Fry, S Kinner, M Stoové, L Degenhardt, ...
International Journal of Drug Policy 17 (6), 464-472, 2006
682006
Kronic hysteria: exploring the intersection between Australian synthetic cannabis legislation, the media, and drug-related harm
SJ Bright, B Bishop, R Kane, A Marsh, MJ Barratt
International Journal of Drug Policy 24 (3), 231-237, 2013
662013
The efficacy of interviewing young drug users through online chat
MJ Barratt
Drug and Alcohol Review 31 (4), 566-572, 2012
662012
Results of an international drug testing service for cryptomarket users
F Caudevilla, M Ventura, I Fornís, MJ Barratt, C Vidal, P Quintana, ...
International Journal of Drug Policy 35, 38-41, 2016
632016
Internet content regulation, public drug websites and the growth in hidden Internet services
MJ Barratt, S Lenton, M Allen
Drugs: education, prevention and policy, 1-8, 2012
622012
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