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Research into complex social behaviours, like injecting drug use, rarely combines quantitative and qualitative techniques. Qualitative researchers have tended to show a reluctance to become familiar with the terminology and practice of quantitative methods, whereas quantitative researchers have...
This paper presents primarily ethnographic data on the evolution of the cocaine and crack drug scene in Britain between 1990 and 1992. The introduction and marketing of crack as a new commodity has led to distinct market outlets and altered the shape and patterns of the distribution of cocaine....
This article presents data from a large-scale comparative study of mainland Puerto Rican and Irish American drinking behavior. In general Irish Americans had higher rates of alcohol consumption than Puerto Rican. More specifically, Irish Americans were less likely than Puerto Ricans to be...
This paper reports on drinking levels and patterns amongst a cohort of 776 young people in the N.W. of England. A first administration of an anonymous self report questionnaire was completed in late 1991. Given satisfactory levels of validity and representativeness (for example, for gender, race...
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