Drugs in American society
Goode's "Drugs in American Society" 7/e is a well-respected, brief investigation of the full range of psychoactive drug use; from legal, medical and perscription use to criminal, recreational use and from casual use to addiction. Objective pro and con accounts on important issues like treatment, education, rehabilitation, and legalization give students a thorough understanding of the topics. The new seventh edition continues to provide the most balanced and up-to-date coverage in an accessible, engaging style.
81 pages matching editions:ISBN0394313232 in this book
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
activities adolescents adults alcohol consumption American amphetamine arrest barbiturates become behavior cigarettes Clearly cocaine crack crime criminal dangerous drugs DAWN’s death decline decriminalization deﬁned deﬁnition deviant doses drinkers drinking Drug Abuse drug effects drug users drug’s drunk early episodes euphoria experience extremely fact factors feel ﬁgures ﬁnd ﬁndings ﬁrst ﬁve freebase friends given drug Grinspoon hallucinogens Harrison Act heroin heroin addicts high-school seniors illegal drugs illicit drugs impact individuals inﬂuence injecting involved Kandel less lethal major marijuana marijuana users MDMA mescaline methadone methaqualone Methedrine million narcotics National NIDA nonusers one’s opiates opium overdose past month percent physical dependence physicians pleasure prescription problem proportion psychedelic psychoactive psychoactive drugs recreational recreational drug result scientiﬁc sedatives signiﬁcant signiﬁcantly smoking social society speciﬁc street subculture substances survey testing theory things tion tobacco tranquilizers United Valium young