2 edition of Ethnicity and drug use found in the catalog.
Ethnicity and drug use
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Rebbecca Aust and Nicola Smith.|
|Series||Findings -- 209|
|Contributions||Smith, Nicola., Great Britain. Home Office. Research, Development and Statistics Directorate.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p. ;|
Learn about the latest federally supported research on ethnicity and drug use The National Institute on Drug Abuse has supported professional research into variation among ethnic groups’ use, abuse, and recovery from alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, as well as research into perceptions of and readiness for treatment. 21st Century Research on Drugs and Ethnicity: Studies Supported by the 5/5(1). The War on Drugs is a term for the actions taken and legislation enacted by the United States government, intended to reduce or eliminate the production, distribution, and use of illicit War on Drugs began during the Nixon administration with the goal of reducing the supply of and demand for illegal drugs, though an ulterior, racial motivation has been proposed.
Drug use among racial/ethnic minorities. National Institute on Drug Abuse, CSR, Incorporated. The Institute, - Psychology - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people African percent for whites percentages persons ages poverty thresholds prevalence of drug Prevalence of past-month race race-ethnicity racial-ethnic groups. British Crime Surveys , , and , particularly on the illicit drug use by ethnicity strands. Literature reviews on academic journals on substance misuse among BME communities. Consultation with Professor Jane Fountain, Emeritus Professor of Substance Use Research of the University of Central Lancashire to seek advice on useful.
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The relationships among race/ethnicity and drug use, disparity Ethnicity and drug use book arrests, and sentencing have long been controversial issues, especially in the United : Serdar Yildiz. The book is intended for human service professionals, teachers, researchers, and students interested in the issue of early adolescent drug use and its causes and pervasiveness in a multiethnic population.
Today, the field of adolescent drug use research relies on integrative models that permit competing explanations of drug by: Youth alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use is a significant public health concern linked to a wide range of academic, social, and health problems (1).Alcohol is the most widely used substance among the nation's young people and initiation peaks in the years between Grades 7 and 11 (2).Underage drinking is associated with risky health behaviors (e.g., unsafe sexual practices), injuries, motor.
Results for past month illicit use of prescription drugs revealed that, controlling for race/ethnicity, there was a statistically significant effect for gender, and the odds Ethnicity and drug use book reporting three or more drug use-related problems in the past year were higher among males compared to females (OR =p Cited by: Download file to see previous pages The subjects covered are: Concepts of Addiction in Ethnic Minority Populations, Effective Cross-Cultural Communication in Drug Abuse Intervention Among Ethnic Minority Populations, Social Ecology and Substance Abuse Programs, African American Substance Users and Abusers, Smoking Cessation Among African Americans, African Americans and Crack Cocaine.
Different Worlds: Drug Use and Ethnicity in Early Adolescence. Context and Design of the Study; G.J. Warheit. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or. Booknews "The authors make significant contributions to understanding the complexity of teenage drug use, especially in recognizing the weakness of theories of deviance and pathology Price: $ Drug Use Among Racial/Ethnic Minorities NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH Division of Epidemiology and Prevention Research National Institute on Drug Abuse Table 16 Prevalence of lifetime, annual, day, and daily use of selected drugs, by race/ethnicity for 8th, 10th, and 12th graders (percent): Synopsis Learn about the latest federally supported research on ethnicity and drug use The National Institute on Drug Abuse has supported professional research into variation among ethnic groups’ use, abuse, and recovery from alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, as well as research into perceptions of and readiness for treatment.
21st Century Research on Drugs and Ethnicity: Studies Supported. Synopsis Learn about the latest federally supported research on ethnicity and drug use The National Institute on Drug Abuse has supported professional research into variation among ethnic groups’ use, abuse, and recovery from alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, as well as research into perceptions of and readiness for treatment.
21st Century Research on Drugs and Ethnicity: Studies Author: Peter L. Myers. the “recreational” use of so-called “soft” drugs, like marijuana, and the “extra-medical” use of prescription medicines.1 A brief accounting of American’s substance use and its consequences places the issue in perspective.
2 Faith Matters: Race/Ethnicity, Religion and Substance Use Executive Summary summary Substance users in America. Get this from a library. Drug use and ethnicity in early adolescence. [William Vega; Andres G Gil] -- (Publisher-supplied data) This insightful text looks at key risk factors identified with drug use among Hispanic, African-American, and White non-Hispanic adolescents, expanding on current models of.
Sample. Adult participants 18 years of age and older who reported cocaine and/or heroin use in the last 30 days were eligible for enrollment, regardless of ingestion of other drugs, if they scored ≥3 on the 10 item Drug Abuse Severity Test (DAST), a standardized screening instrument in common use in both research and clinical treatment settings.
8, 9 They were excluded if they were currently Cited by: Ethnicity and drug addiction. A comparison between Italian and Slovenian heroin addicts Article (PDF Available) in Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems 14(2) June with Reads.
Dear Colleagues, Behavioral Sciences is currently publishing manuscripts for a Special Issue on race, ethnicity, and drug addiction. This Special Issue will include articles that draw on a range of theoretical and methodological perspectives that will contribute to our understanding about drug addiction among diverse racial and ethnic groups.
Race and Ethnicity. Racial and ethnic differences in drug use of various types exist to some extent but are less clear-cut than the gender differences we just examined (see Figure “Race/Ethnicity and Prevalence of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Illegal Drug Use, Ages 26 and Older, (Percentage Using in Past Month)”).For alcohol use, whites have the highest rate of drinking, and Native.
Get this from a library. Drug Use and Ethnicity in Early Adolescence. [William Vega; Andres G Gil] -- "The ultimate goal of this book is to stimulate new thinking about the pathways to drug use. American society is changing; assumptions about family, school, peers, and other social context variables.
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Particularly, the FH underlies monogenic changes in genes involved in cholesterol synthesis and transport, including the low density lipoprotein receptor, proprotein convertase sublitisin/kexin Author: Maha M. Alrasheed, Nduna Dzimiri. Drug use is a growing problem in America and a concern that affects various demographics.
In fact, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, inabout percent of Americans 12 years and older million people-participated in illegal drug use. Inthis number was only percent, proving that illicit. Similar to other addictive drugs, fewer females than males use marijuana.
13 For females who do use marijuana, however, the effects can be different than for male users. Research indicates that marijuana impairs spatial memory in women more than it does in men, 22,23 while males show a greater marijuana-induced high.
24,25 In one study specific to teenagers, male high school students who smoke. Patterns of alcohol and drug use vary across race/ethnicity and according to type of alcohol or drug use.
Notable differences across race/ethnicity exist for estimates of current drinking, level of drinking, binge drinking, alcohol abuse and/or dependence, beverage preference, driving while under the influence of alcohol, illicit drug use, alcohol or drug treatment, and alcohol-related adverse Cited by: 2.
Faith Matters: Race/Ethnicity, Religion and Substance Use. By the Annie E. Casey Foundation. January 1, Read or Download the Report. page PDF. About This Report. Summary; black and Hispanic Americans are more likely to experience negative consequences from drug use.drug addiction and drug abuse, chronic or habitual use of any chemical substance to alter states of body or mind for other than medically warranted purposes.
Traditional definitions of addiction, with their criteria of physical dependence and withdrawal (and often an underlying tenor of depravity and sin) have been modified with increased.Drug use rates have historically been highly correlated with educational status, and remain so.
College graduates have the lowest rates of current drug use (%).