The Sociology of American Drug Use
Unlike most texts about drug use, which are written either from a counseling/psychology or physiology/pharmacology point of view, "The Sociology of American Drug Use" mainstreams the coverage for sociology and criminology programs, and at the same time provides a broader sociological perspective on drug use. Much of this material comes from Charles Faupel's own research experience among street heroin addicts on the East coast; several chapters offer an ethnographer's perspective on the specific issues addressed, while at the same time maintaining a focus on the basics of this substantive field.
Specifications of The Sociology of American Drug Use
|Author||Charles Faupel, Alan Horowitz, Greg Weaver, Charles Faupel|
|Publisher||McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages|
|Number Of Pages||552|
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