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Drugs in American Society

Drugs in American Society

9th Edition
By Erich Goode
ISBN10: 0078026598
ISBN13: 9780078026591
Copyright: 2015
09780078026591

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Drugs in American Society, 9e

CONTENTS

Preface and Acknowledgments

Part One: A HISTORY OF DRUG USE AND DRUG CONTROL

1) A History of Drug Use

2) A History of Drug Control

Part Two: THREE PERSPECTIVES ON DRUG USE

3) The Pharmacological Perspective

4) The Sociologist Looks at Drug Use

5) Drugs in the Media

Part Three: METHODS, DATA, THEORIES

6) Studying Drug Use

7) Explaining Drug Use

Part Four: DRUGS AND THEIR USE

8) Legal Drugs Use: Alcohol and Tobacco

9) Prescription Drugs

10) Marijuana, LSD, and Club Drugs

11) Stimulants: Amphetamine, Methamphetamine, Cocaine and Crack

12) Heroin and the Narcotics

Part Five: DRUGS, CRIME, AND DRUG CONTROL

13) Drugs and Crime

14) Trafficking in Illicit Drugs

15) Law Enforcement, Drug Courts, and Drug Treatment

16) Legalization, Decriminalization, and Harm Reduction

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References

Photo Credits

Name Index

Subject Index