Chilling Out: The Cultural Politics of Substance Consumption, Youth and Drug Policy
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 1 jul. 2004 - 227 páginas
This book critically examines the assumptions underlying drug prohibition and explores the contradictions of drug prevention policies. For the first time in this field, it combines a wide-ranging exploration of the global political and historical context with a detailed focus on youth culture, on the basis that young people are the primary target of drug prevention policies.
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Chapter 01 Drug prohibition and the assassin of youth
Chapter 02 Pleasure doomed
Chapter 03 Drugs as cultural commodities
Chapter 04 Youth subcultural theory
Chapter 05 Drug normalization
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