Drugs, clubs and young people [electronic resource] : sociological and public health perspectives / edited by Bill Sanders.
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- Aldershot : Ashgate, c2006.
1 online resource (215 p.)
- Youth -- Drug use.
Young adults -- Drug use.
Youth -- Social life and customs.
Young adults -- Social life and customs.
- Electronic books.
- Drawing material from the USA, UK and Hong Kong, this volume allows the demystification of stereotypical presentations surrounding young people who attend clubs and/or use club drugs. The volume provides theoretical observations on illicit club drug use and supply, helping to challenge current orthodoxies on the role of drug use within young peoples' lives.
- Cover; Contents; List of Figures and Tables; About the Authors; Editor's Foreword; 1 Young People, Clubs and Drugs; 2 Reluctant Reflexivity, Implicit Insider Knowledge and the Development of Club Studies; 3 New York City Club Kids: A Contextual Understanding of Club Drug Use; 4 Conceptions of Risk in the Lives of Ecstasy-Using Youth; 5 ''Chem Friendly'': The Institutional Basis of ''Club Drug'' Use in a Sample of Urban Gay Men; 6 On Ketamine: In and Out of the K hole; 7 Ecstasy Use Amongst Young Low-Income Women; 8 The Emergence of Clubs and Drugs in Hong Kong
9 In the Club Redux: Ecstasy Use and Supply in a London Nightclub10 Pub Space, Rave Space and Urban Space: Three Different Night-Time Economies; Bibliography; Subject Index; Author Index
- Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Sanders, Bill, 1972-
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