Editors' Introduction Evolving Knowledge and Practice: Hepatitis C and Illicit Drug Use
Hopwood, Max, Bryant, Joanne, Brener, Loren, Contemporary Drug Problems
The exponential rate of development in science and technology in recent decades has had a profound social impact. In particular, computing and the Internet have indelibly altered the world's social, economic, and intellectual landscapes. The Information Age has transformed leisure, employment, business, and financial systems, and modified historical approaches to organizing and executing political and social action. A concomitant revolution in communications has blurred the boundaries that historically demarcated work from play; for many people today, including academics, employment and leisure are remote and wireless.
So, how has escalating scientific and technological change …
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Publication information: Article title: Editors' Introduction Evolving Knowledge and Practice: Hepatitis C and Illicit Drug Use. Contributors: Hopwood, Max - Author, Bryant, Joanne - Author, Brener, Loren - Author. Journal title: Contemporary Drug Problems. Volume: 37. Issue: 4 Publication date: Winter 2010. Page number: 543+. © 2003 Federal Legal Publications, Inc. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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