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by Marcia J. Summers

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ISBN:
0870733362
Author:
Marcia J. Summers
Category:
Medicine & Health Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Schenkman Pub Co (September 1, 1982)
Pages:
120 pages
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1811 kb
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Drug use among adolescents of five southwestern native American tribes. Int J Addict 15:437–445, 1980. Summers, MJ:Our chemical culture: Drug use and misuse. Madison, WI: Stash Press, 1975.

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Illegal drug use has caused many crimes in North America. Depending on the actual compound, drug misuse including alcohol may lead to health problems, social problems, unprotected sex, deaths, physical dependence and or psychological addiction (drug abuse 2009). Drug abuse, mostly of heroin, cocaine and marijuana is responsible for more than 1 million admissions annually to medical facilities for treatment (The Associated press 2009). The drug culture is further explored in Go Ask Alice by Anonymous, Melvin Burgess’s Smack and the film Blow directed by Ted Demme.

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