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Beyond Drugs is a 12-chapter book that first presents the critical issues and definitions involved in the study of drug abuse. Subsequent chapters describe the effects of drugs, the drug users, and the contemporary drug culture. Other chapters talk about education, prevention, treatment, and legal control efforts of drug abuse.
This book will be useful to those who are generally concerned about drug abuse.
Chapter 1 Critical Issues and Definitions
Chapter 2 Drugs: What They Do!
Chapter 3 Drug Users: Who are They?
Chapter 4 Grim Fairy Tales
Chapter 5 The Contemporary Drug Culture: Sights and Sounds
Chapter 6 What Do I Do? What Do I Say?
Chapter 7 Education and Prevention
Chapter 8 Treatment: Who For? What For?
Chapter 9 Politics and Drug Use
Chapter 10 Economic Aspects
Chapter 11 Legal Control Efforts
Chapter 12 Toward a People-Oriented Life
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- © Pergamon 1975
- 1st January 1975
- eBook ISBN:
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