Drugs and Society - Vol. 3

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Drugs
and
Society

VOLUME 3
Oxycodone - Youth Culture

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Drugs and Society - Vol. 3
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 641
  • Contents 643
  • Oxycodone 646
  • Paraldehyde 647
  • Parenting 648
  • Pcp 651
  • Pcp Analogs 654
  • Peer Influence 655
  • Penalties and Punishments 659
  • Pentazocine 663
  • Pentobarbital 664
  • Pharmaceutical Industry 665
  • Pharmacokinetics 669
  • Pharmacology 675
  • Pharmacy Drugs 677
  • Phenethylamines 680
  • Placebos 685
  • Plant-Based Drugs 687
  • Potentiation 691
  • Poverty and Drugs 693
  • Pregnancy and Fetal Addiction 696
  • Prescription Drugs 702
  • Prevention 707
  • Prison Drug Use and Treatment 712
  • Prohibition of Alcohol 717
  • Prohibition of Drugs 720
  • Prostitution 723
  • Protective Factors 725
  • Prozac 727
  • Psilocybin and Psilocin 728
  • Psychotropic Drugs 729
  • Public Health Programs 730
  • Race and Drugs 732
  • Rape 736
  • Rave Culture 739
  • Recovery 741
  • Rehabilitation 744
  • Reinforcement 747
  • Relapse 750
  • Religion and Drugs 752
  • Research, Medical 754
  • Reserpine 758
  • Reward 759
  • Risk Factors 762
  • Ritalin 764
  • Rohypnol 765
  • School and Drugs 766
  • Secobarbital 770
  • Sedatives and Hypnotics 771
  • Seizures of Drugs 773
  • Self-Esteem 775
  • Sensitization 777
  • Serotonin 780
  • Sex 782
  • Slang 785
  • Smoking 788
  • Smoking Cessation 792
  • Social Acceptability 796
  • Social Services 798
  • Sports 801
  • Ssris 805
  • State Agencies 807
  • Step Programs 810
  • Stress 813
  • Suicide 815
  • Support Groups 817
  • Temperance Movements 819
  • Terrorism 822
  • Therapeutic Communities 824
  • Tobacco 827
  • Tolerance 832
  • Toxicity 835
  • Trauma and Addiction 838
  • Treatment 841
  • Treatment, Cost of 847
  • Treatment Centers 849
  • Try PTA Mines 853
  • United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (Unodc) 856
  • Valium 857
  • Vicodin 858
  • Violence 859
  • Vulnerability 864
  • War and the Military 868
  • Withdrawal 871
  • Women and Drugs 875
  • Workplace 879
  • World Health Organization (Who) 882
  • Youth Culture 883
  • Resources for Further Study 887
  • Glossary 900
  • Subject Indexes 912
  • Comprehensive Index 933
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