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✏Prisons Drugs and Society Book Summary : The Conference on "Prisons, Drugs and Society" was held in Bern from 20 to 22 September 200. The conference proceedings include 8 papers, presneted to the conference by delegates from different countries, including Vivian Stern from the UK, and Alexander Gunchenko from the Ukraine. The report concludes with a consensus statement agreed by the conference, on principles, policy and practice.
📒Prisons Drugs And Society ✍ WHO Health in Prisons Project
✏Prisons Drugs and Society Book Summary :
📒Drugs And Society ✍ Jefferson M. Fish
✏Drugs and Society Book Summary : The focus of this edited collection is a thoughtful multidisciplinary presentation of past and present U.S. drug policies and whether they are winning the so-called war on drugs (they aren't!). For the great majority of ills ascribed to "drugs" are actually caused by the black market created by drug prohibition; the more successful the war on drugs is in making the drug trade a dangerous business, the greater are the profits from increased prices, and hence the greater the incidence of disease, corruption, social disorder, and death. Drugs and Society provides individuals with the information they need to construct an alternative policy.
📒Drugs In Society ✍ Jane Fountain
✏Drugs in Society Book Summary : Providing a thorough overview of the social and environmental aspects of drug use and misuse, this book explores the variation in the ways recreation and other drugs are used across Europe. Critical reflections on drug policy are included.
📒The Handbook Of Drugs And Society ✍ Henry H. Brownstein
✏The Handbook of Drugs and Society Book Summary : This handbook provides a comprehensive examination of the past and present roles of drugs in society with a focus on theory, research, policy, and practice. Includes 28 original chapters with multi-disciplinary and international perspectives by top social and behavioral scientists Reviews current knowledge in the field, including key research findings, theoretical developments, and methodological debates Identifies ongoing controversies in the field, emergent topics, and areas in need of further inquiry Discusses individual drugs as well as topics like physiological theories of drug use and abuse, public health implications of drugs, patterns of drugs and crime, international drug trade and trafficking, and designer drugs
📒Drugs Alcohol And Criminality In American Society ✍ Ronald B. Flowers
✏Drugs Alcohol and Criminality in American Society Book Summary : In the United States alone, millions of men, women and children use drugs, alcohol, or both. Drugs and alcohol are closely related to poor school performance, poor health, work-related stresses, crime and delinquency. Drugs and alcohol have been shown to be prominent factors in exposure to HIV infection--whether through intravenous drug use or unprotected, high-risk sexual relations. Regardless of all the known hazards, the incidence of drug and alcohol use continues to rise in the United States. This book reveals the nature and magnitude of drug and alcohol use in American society, and public opinion on drugs, alcohol, and substance abuse. It examines the illicit drug trade, the war on drugs, and law enforcement. The connection between substance abuse and criminality is addressed, with special studies on prisoners, teenagers, minorities, women, and college campuses. Accompanied by numerous tables and figures.
📒Creating Criminals ✍ Vivien Stern
✏Creating Criminals Book Summary : Annotation. The market society produces more crime. More acts are being defined as crimes. More people are classified as criminals, and more are being locked up in prison. With globalization, the crime and punishment problem is no longer insulated from pressures beyond national borders. The rich may retreat behind their expensive security into gated communities, but the poor are more and more at the mercy of criminals and corrupt policing. Vivien Stern argues that the trends towards more criminalization and more imprisonment are not making for more effective crime control or safer communities. She shows how the poor are criminalized and how commercial interests now shape society's response to crime. She argues that the prospects for the future are serious without a new movement for reform.
✏Drugs in American Society An Encyclopedia of History Politics Culture and the Law 3 volumes Book Summary : Containing more than 450 entries, this easy-to-read encyclopedia provides concise information about the history of and recent trends in drug use and drug abuse in the United States—a societal problem with an estimated cost of $559 billion a year. • Contains more than 450 detailed entries on topics ranging from drugs themselves—such as alcohol, codeine, heroin, marijuana, and methamphetamines—to key individuals like Harry Anslinger to organizations such as the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) • Covers the latest developments in U.S. policies and public attitudes toward drugs and drug use • Provides citations with each entry to guide users to other valuable research resources • Features carefully selected primary documents—including excerpts from important laws, policies, and campaigns—that have shaped American drug policy over the decades
📒Drugs In Society ✍ Michael D. Lyman
✏Drugs in Society Book Summary : This work focuses on the many critical areas of America’s drug problem, providing a foundation for rational decision making within this complex and multidisciplinary field. Broken up into three sections, Understanding the Problem, Gangs and Drugs, and Fighting Back, topics covered include the business of drugs and the role of organized crime in the drug trade, drug legalization and decriminalization, legal and law enforcement strategies, an analysis of the socialization process of drug use and abuse, and a historical discussion of drug abuse that puts the contemporary drug problem into perspective. An evenhanded, comprehensive, "big picture" examination of the nation’s drug problem, including thoughtful analysis of diverse perspectives on the critical social issues surrounding drug control policy. Extensively revised throughout with expanded treatment of topics such as medical marijuana legislation; research on addiction; the impact of family systems on drug use patterns and the effectiveness of drug abuse prevention programs; and developments in drug source countries, including violence trends, crop eradication efforts, new trafficking technology; and more. Supplemented with pedagogical tools, photos, charts, appendices, and new case studies
📒Aids Drugs And Society ✍ Anna Alexandrova
✏AIDS Drugs and Society Book Summary : Brings together articles that address the interconnected epidemics of HIV/AIDS and drug abuse. The editor places particular importance on 'harm reduction, ' a policy attempting to decrease the adverse consequences of drug use without total prohibition of drugs. Source documents offer examples of harm reduction initiatives and more