Drugs and Youth: The Challenge of Today mainly focuses on the issue of drug addiction in youth and on how to bring this issue to the knowledge of the concerned sectors. This text first discusses the effects on the fetus and newborn of drug abuse in pregnancy. This book then explains the major drugs adolescents and young adults take, including solvents wherein a survey related to this is also presented in this publication. The effects of these drugs, such as physical and mental illnesses, are also tackled. This text also looks into the approaches in the treatment of adolescent drug addicts, including the withdrawal syndrome, group therapy, and psychotherapy. This book concludes by explaining the religious problematic and aftercare problems with the juvenile drug addict. This publication will be invaluable to medical practitioners, sociologists, social workers, ministers, and students doing a research on drug addiction in youth.
The Contributors Introduction Drug Abuse in Pregnancy: Its Effects on the Fetus and Newborn Infant The Major Drugs of Use among Adolescents and Young Adults A Survey of the Inhaling of Solvents among Teenagers Glue Sniffing - A Communion Physical and Mental Pathology Due to Drug Addiction Psychopathology in the Juvenile Drug Addict The Social Patterns of the Teenage Drug Abuser Basic Aspects of the Drug Addicts Conflict with Law and Society Sex-crazed Dope Fiends! â€” Myth or Reality? Vocational and Social Adjustment of the Treated Juvenile Addict Some Approaches to the Treatment of Adolescent Drug Addicts and Abusers Withdrawals and Methadone Treatment Attitudes toward Methadone Maintenance Group Therapy in the Treatment of the Juvenile Narcotic Addict: A Review of the Findings Psychotherapy with the Juvenile Drug Addict The Religious Problematic of the Juvenile Addict Aftercare Problems with the Juvenile Drug Addict
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- © Pergamon 1973
- 1st January 1973
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