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This book describes, relates and integrates findings from a study of the Washington DC metropolitan area that looked at the nature and extent of drug use in a single urban setting. The research strategy involved focusing particularly on groups which have been traditionally underrepresented in household populations. The book serves as a methodological primer on how to undertake a study such as this. It places these findings in the larger context of the national drug abuse problem, as well as related social ills such as crime and homelessness. A concluding chapter looks squarely at some of the implications of the study, pointing the way for further research, but especially for public policy decisions regarding drug use.

Implications of Findings for Policy and Research
Implications of findings for policy and research
Robert M.Bray, Mary EllenMarsden

This book has documented the prevalence, correlates, and consequences of alcohol and other drug use among household and nonhousehold populations in the DC metropolitan statistical area (MSA). The Washington, DC, Metropolitan Area Drug ...

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