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Voluntary action and illegal drugs

Alex Mold

Voluntary action and illegal drugs

health and society in Britain since the 1960s

by Alex Mold

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Drug addiction -- Treatment -- Great Britain -- History,
  • Drug addicts -- Great Britain -- Hsitory,
  • Voluntarism -- Great Britain -- History

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAlex Mold and Virginia Berridge.
    SeriesScience, technology and medicine in modern history
    ContributionsBerridge, Virginia.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV5840.G7 M67 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24040265M
    ISBN 109780230521407
    LC Control Number2010002706
    OCLC/WorldCa226357033

      In , the Misuse of Drugs Act introduced a classification system for illegal drugs, and individuals convicted of supplying a Class A drug (such as heroin or cocaine) could face life in prison. At the same time, medical management of addiction by: 2. Virginia Berridge has 24 books on Goodreads with ratings. Virginia Berridge’s most popular book is Public Health: A Very Short Introduction. Books by Virginia Berridge. Virginia Berridge Average rating 71 ratings 8 reviews shelved times Voluntary Action and Illegal Drugs: Health and Society in Britain Since the.

    Mold, Alex and Berridge, Virginia () Voluntary action and illegal drugs: health and society in Britain since the s. Science, technology in modern history London: Palgrave Macmillan. Voluntary Drug Use Versus Involuntary Drug Addiction. When does the voluntary action cross the line into compulsive behavior? That is different for everyone. Tolerance levels vary in each individual, as does the predilection for addictive behavior. The drug used plays a part as well as the dosage, the length of time the drug is taken, how often.

    The book provides a guide to changes in health and health policy during and since World War II, giving an authoritative analysis of the most recent research. Reviews ‘ a very valuable attempt to map out the terrain on which many future histories are likely to be written.’Cited by: Find drug information. Report drug side effects. Learn how to buy, use, and dispose of unused drugs. Attend a public meeting. Get drug safety, recall, and shortage information. Report drug adverse.


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By considering the work of voluntary organisations with illegal drug users, the authors provide a lens through which wider developments in the relationship between. A unique exploration of the changing ideas about the place of voluntarism and health care within society in Britain since the s.

By considering the work of voluntary organisations with illegal drug users, the authors provide a lens through which wider developments in the relationship between the state and civil society are examined. In their book Voluntary Action and Illegal Drugs, two historians of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Alex Mold and Virginia Berridge, attempt to deepen our understanding of the development of the ‘third sector’ in British society, next to the state and the market: the sector of voluntary : Stephen Snelders.

Through a study of the voluntary activity around illegal drug use since the s, this book explores wider issues in the changing relationship between the state and the individual in the making, provision and delivery of public services, and addresses the history of key issues in the development of contemporary health and social by: "Through a study of the voluntary activity around illegal drug use since the s, this book explores wider issues in the changing relationship between the state and the individual in the making, provision and delivery of public services, and addresses the history of key issues in the development of contemporary health and social policy" Book Reviews.

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Examining the nature of this relationship helps to throw light on some of the more general issues that surrounded voluntary action during the s and early Author: Alex Mold, Virginia Berridge.

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Medical and legal approaches to drugs persisted, indeed, these often held more sway. As the consumption of all drugs increased over this period, the legal penalties attached to their use, sale and distribution became more by: 2.

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