Encyclopedia of Drug Policy
Mark A. R. Kleiman, James E. Hawdon
SAGE Publications, 12 ene 2011 - 1008 páginas
Spanning two volumes of approximately 450 entries in an A-to-Z format, this encyclopedia explores the controversial drug war through the lens of varied disciplines. A full spectrum of articles explains topics from Colombian cartels and Mexican kingpins to television reportage; from "just say no" advertising to heroin production; and from narco-terrorism to more than $500 billion in U.S. government expenditures.
Key Themes- Cases- Conferences and Conventions- Countries (Affecting U.S. Drug Policy)- Drug Trade and Trafficking- Laws and Policies- Organizations and Agencies- People-Presidential Administrations- Treatment and Addiction- Types of Drugs
Accessed April 2010 addiction agencies alcohol Amendment American Anslinger AntiDrug Operations arrests Bureau of Narcotics cannabis cartels coca cocaine Colombia Control Act Controlled Substances Act Convention countries crack crime Drug Abuse Drug Abuse Prevention Drug Control Policy drug courts Drug Enforcement Administration drug laws drug offenses drug testing drug trade drug trafficking drug treatment drug users DrugFree drugrelated ecstasy effects efforts eradication federal felony funding Further Readings groups harm reduction Harrison Act heroin illegal drugs illicit drug incarceration increased International Drug Policies involved law enforcement Laws and Programs legislation manufacture MDMA medical marijuana methadone methamphetamine Mexico moral panic morphine Narcotic Drugs Narcotics Control National Drug Control NORML Office of National ONDCP opiate opium organizations penalties percent political possession prescription drugs President prison production prohibition pseudoephedrine reduce regulation reported Schedule social strategies tobacco treatment programs United Nations University War on Drugs