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Ethnography and multidisciplinarity in the drug field
Moore, D.; Maher, L.
How the drug field turned my beard grey
Anthropology and epidemiology on drugs: the challenges of cross-methodological and theoretical dialogue
Ethnography and the Australian drug field: emaciation, appropriation and multidisciplinary myopia
An ethno-epidemiological model for the study of trends in illicit drug use: reflections on the 'emergence' of crack injection
Clatts, M.C.; Welle, D.L.; Goldsamt, L.A.; Lankenau, S.E.
Coexisting in the real world: the problems, surprises and delights of being an ethnographer on a multidisciplinary research project
Don't leave us this way: ethnography and injecting drug use in the age of AIDS
The application of ethnography, with reference to harm reduction in Sverdlovsk Russia
Out of It: A Cultural History of Intoxication - Stuart Walton, Hamish Hamilton, London, 2001. 291 pp.; ISBN 0-241-14038-2
Understanding and responding to drug use: the role of qualitative research, European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, Scientific Monograph Series No. 4 - Edited by Jane Fountain, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Luxembourg, 2000. 350 pp.