Drugs: Policy and Politics: Policy and Politics
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), May 1, 2006 - Social Science - 161 pages
Drugs: Policy and Politics provides an important set of tools with which to rethink the diversity of drug use and drug users. The book examines the dynamic context of drug policy through discussions of broader policy fields such as health and the criminal justice system and offer evidence-based insights into the social complexities of both drug use and drug users.
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Chapter 01 Social Exclusion Drugs and Policy
Chapter 02 Gender Drugs and Policy
Chapter 04 One Step Forward Two Steps Back? The Politics of Race1 and Drugs and How Policymakers Interpret Things
Chapter 05 Drugs Law and the Regulation of Harm
Chapter 06 Drugs Crime and Criminal Justice
Chapter 07 Drugs and Health Policy
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