Annual Editions: Drugs, Society, and Behavior 00/01 / Edition 15by Hugh T. Wilson, Hugh T. Wilson
Pub. Date: 01/28/2000
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
This informative anthology examines the historical evolution of drugs in the United States,major drugs in use,developing patterns of drug use,criminal behavior perpetuated by drugs,the impact of drugs on public and private American institutions,drug-related policy,and drug treatment.
Table of Contents
1. Opium, Cocaine, and Marijuana in American History, David F. Musto, Scientific American, July 1991.
2. A Drug Trade Primer for the Late 1990s, Current History, April 1998.
3. A Hundred-Year Habit, Ian Scott, History Today, June 1998.
4. One Nation under the Table, John Lilly, The American Spectator, June 1999.
5. New Museum Traces History of Drugs in the U.S., Christopher S. Wren, New York Times, May 9, 1999.
6. Just Don't Say No, Not Us, Jerry Adler, Newsweek, September 6, 1999.
7. America's Altered States, Joshua Wolf Shenk, Harper's, May 1999.
UNIT 2. Understanding How Drugs Work--Use, Dependence, and Addiction
8. Addiction and the Brain--Part I, Harvard Mental Health Letter, June 1998.
9. A Little Help from Serotonin, Geoffrey Cowley and Anne Underwood, Newsweek, December 29, 1997/January 5, 1998.
10. Cocaine Wreaks Subtle Damage on Developing Brains, Gretchen Vogel, Science, October 3, 1997.
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