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This unbiased and objective text critically examines reasons for drug use, the social implications of drugs, legal issues, problems caused by drug use and abuse, various modes of drug treatment, effectiveness of drug treatment, and the impact of drug prevention and drug education. Includes more than just the physiological and psychological effects of drugs.
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Ray Goldberg is Interim Associate Dean, Professional Studies, and Professor, Health, at State University of New York-College at Cortland. His research interests are in the areas of Drug Education and Prevention, and he has taught courses in Drug Education, Drug Studies, and Human Sexuality.Review:
"I really liked this textbook; the students seemed to like it and more importantly seemed to read the chapters on a regular basis. A well composed and fundamental overview on the history of drug use worldwide in America."
"It is well written, student-focused, and organized in a way that makes sense. It included everyday topics that students are interested in. Excellent survey of everyday drugs, and drugs students do not sometimes consider as drugs. Great for discussion. A nice surprise."
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Book Description Brooks Cole. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 0534574122 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.3096351
Book Description Brooks Cole, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0534574122