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Sociopharmacology of drug use: initial thoughts
Drugs, the democratic civilising process and the consumer society
van Ree, E.
A little less shock and more therapy
Drug photography and harm reduction: reading John Ranard
The politics of photographic aesthetics: critically documenting the HIV epidemic among heroin injectors in Russia and the United States
Schonberg, J.; Bourgois, P.
Power of the picture: a personal account of the use of photographs by Ranard in harm reduction training
Media constructions of illegal drugs, users, and sellers: a closer look at Traffic
An economy of risk: resource acquisition strategies of inner city women who use drugs
Miller, M.; Neaigus, A.
Adolescent recreational alcohol and drugs careers gone wrong: developing a strategy for reducing risks and harms
Parker, H.; Egginton, R.
Rapid assessment of the situation on spread of injecting drug use and HIV infection in Yerevan, Armenia
Grigoryan, S.; Busel, A.; Papoyan, A.
Ecstasy and the Rise of the Chemical Generation - Richard Hammersley, Furzana Khan, Jason Ditton, Routledge, London, 2002. 192 pp.; 0-415-270040-5
'From War to Work: Drug Treatment, Social Inclusion and Enterprise', Rowena Young, London: The Foreign Policy Centre (2002), 92 pp.; ISBN: 1-903558077