Drugs Clubs and Young People: Sociological and Public Health Perspectivesby Bill Sanders
Pub. Date: 08/24/2006
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
In this volume, contributors employ sociological and public health perspectives to offer insights into behaviours common at raves and nightclubs. The volume provides theoretical observations on illicit club drug use and supply, helping to challenge current orthodoxies on the role of drug use within young peoples' lives. Drawing material from the USA, UK and Hong Kong, the volume allows the demystification of stereotypical presentations surrounding young people who attend clubs and/or use club drugs. This work provides a badly needed and objective analysis of youthful drug use, and a foundation from which future sociological and public studies on young people, clubs and drugs - as well as young people themselves - will benefit.
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Table of ContentsContents: Young people, clubs and drugs, Bill Sanders; Reluctant reflexivity, implicit insider knowledge and the development of club studies, Fiona Measham and Karenza Moore; New York City club kids: a contextual understanding of club drug use, Dina Perrone; Conceptions of risk in the lives of ecstasy-using youth, Brian C. Kelly; ’Chem friendly’: the institutional basis of ’club drug’ use in a sample of urban gay men, Adam Isaiah Green; On Ketamine: in and out of the K hole, Stephen E. Lankenau; Ecstasy use amongst young low-income women, Zhao Helen Wu; The emergence of clubs and drugs in Hong Kong, Karen Joe Laidler, Geoffrey Hunt, Katherine MacKenzie and Kristen Evans; In the Club Redux: ecstasy use and supply in a London nightclub, Bill Sanders; Pub space, rave space and urban space: three different night-time economies, Daniel Silverstone; Bibliography; Indices.
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