Drug Abuse Control

Use For
  • decriminalization
  • drug courts
  • drug trafficking
  • harm reduction
  • legal measures
  • legality of drug testing
  • legalization
  • legislation
  • needle exchange
  • policy issues
  • regulations of drug testing

The above terms should instead be replaced for the preferred term above "Drug Abuse Control".

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Title: 1987 update on drugs and dropouts: report of the Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control. Hearing, 100th Congress, 1st session.Author(s): U.S. Congress. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: iii + 43 pp.Year: 1987
Title: 1988 worldwide survey of substance abuse and health behaviors among military personnel.Author(s): Bray, R. M., Marsden, M. E., Guess, L. L., Wheeless, S. C., Iannacchione, V. G., Keesling, S. R., Ethoridge, R. M., Phillips, C. D. and Holley, J. A.Publisher: Research Triangle Park, NC * Research Triangle InstituteSource: xxiii + 226 pp. + appendices.Year: 1988
Title: 1990 state substance laws.Author(s): Thomas, C.Publisher: Washington * Intergovernmental Health Policy Project, The George Washington University;Source: 162 pp.Year: 1991
Title: 1993 Report to the Nation: community leaders speak out against substance abuse.Publisher: Boston, MA * Join Together;Source: 39 pp.Year: 1993
Title: 2004 world drug report. Volume 1: analysis.Author(s): United Nations. Office on Drugs and Crime.Publisher: ViennaSource: 202 pp.Year: 2004
Title: 2004 world drug report. Volume 2: statistics.Author(s): United Nations. Office on Drugs and Crime.Publisher: ViennaSource: Pp. 205-427Year: 2004
Title: 800-cocaine.Author(s): Gold, M. S.Publisher: New York * Bantam BooksSource: x + 98 pp.Year: 1984
Title: The abolition of drug policy: toward strategic alternatives.Author(s): VanMastrigt, H.Year: 1990Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 20: 647-657,ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Abuse deterrent formulations and the Controlled Substances Act (CSA).Author(s): Sapienza, F.L.Year: 2006Journal: Drug and Alcohol Dependence 83(Suppl. 1): S23-S30ISSN: 0376-8716Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Action at the local level: aids to strategic thinking.Author(s): Robinson, D.Publisher: Oxford * Oxford University Press;Source: Chap. 14, pp. 166-176. In: Edwards, G., Strang, J. and Jaffe, J. H., eds. Drugs, alcohol, and tobacco: making the science and policy connections. xvi + 350 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Acute toxicity of drugs versus regulatory status.Author(s): Gable, R.S.Publisher: Lanham, MD * Rowman and LittlefieldSource: Chap. 7, pp. 149-161. In: Fish, J.M., ed. Drugs and society: U.S. public policy. xvi + 228 pp.Year: 2006
Title: Addiction and the lawAuthor(s): Mack, A.H., Frances, R.J. and Miller, S.I.Publisher: New York * Guilford PressSource: Chap. 16, pp. 354-366. In: Frances, R.J., Miller, S.I. and Mack, A.H., eds. Clinical textbook of addictive disorders. 3d ed. xix + 684 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Addiction and responsibility: an introductionAuthor(s): Corrado, M. L.Year: 1999Journal: Law and Philosophy 18: 579-588
Title: Addiction, ethics and public policy.Author(s): West, R.Year: 1997Journal: Addiction 92: 1061-1070,ISSN: 0965-2140Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Addiction: from biology to drug policy.Author(s): Goldstein, A.Publisher: New York * W. H. Freeman and Co.;Source: xv + 321 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Addiction: from biology to drug policyAuthor(s): Goldstein, A.Publisher: Oxford * Oxford University PressSource: 2d ed. xii + 353 pp.Year: 2001
Title: Addiction: opposing viewpointsAuthor(s): Hurley, J. A., ed.Publisher: San Diego * Greenhaven PressSource: 192 pp.Year: 2000
Title: Addictions and substance abuse: strategies for advanced practice nursingAuthor(s): Naegle, M. A. and D'Avanzo, C. E.Publisher: Upper Saddle River, NJ * Prentice HallSource: xv + 400 pp.Year: 2001
Title: Addiction treatment: a strengths perspectiveAuthor(s): Van Wormer, K. and Davis, D. R.Publisher: Pacific Grove, CA * Brooks/ColeSource: xix + 436 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Addicts who survived: an oral history of narcotic use in America, 1923-1965.Author(s): Courtwright, D., Joseph, H. and Des Jarlais, D.Publisher: Knoxville, TN * The University of Tennessee PressSource: xvi + 399 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Address by Ambassador Annie Marie Sundbom at the ICAA's 35th International Congress in Oslo, 31 July - 6 August, 1988.Author(s): Sundbom, A. M.Publisher: Oslo * National Directorate for the Prevention of Alcohol and Drug ProblemsSource: Pp. 526-533. In: International Congress on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, 35th, Oslo, 1988. Proceedings. Vol. 4: papers. [xii] + 909 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Addressing concerns about drug courtsAuthor(s): Hutlock, T.Year: 2003Journal: Behavioral Health Management 23(2): 16-20ISSN: 1075-6701Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Adolescent attitudes toward random drug testing in schoolsAuthor(s): Russell, B.L., Jennings, B. and Classey, S.Year: 2005Journal: Journal of Drug Education 35(3): 167-184ISSN: 0047-2379Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Adolescents and drug abuse: clinical use of urine drug screening.Author(s): James, W. H. and Moore, D. D.Year: 1997Journal: Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse 7(No. 2): 19-36,ISSN: 1067-828XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Adolescent substance abuse: confidentiality and consent.Author(s): Weddle, M. and Kokotailo, P.Publisher: Philadelphia * W.B. SaundersSource: pp. 301-315. In: Rogers, P.D. and Heyman, R.B., eds. Addiction medicine: adolescent substance abuse. (Pediatric Clinics of North America, vol. 49, no. 2). viii + 246-496 pp.Year: 2002ISSN: 0031-3955Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Advocacy on behalf of drug-exposed children: legal perspectives.Author(s): Fink, J. R.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: Chap. 9, pp. 139-150. In: Office for Substance Abuse Prevention. Identifying the needs of drug-affected children: public policy issues. (OSAP Prevention Monogr.-11.) xi + 168 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Advocacy: the voice of the consumerAuthor(s): Woods, J. S.Publisher: Baltimore * Williams and Wilkins;Source: Chap. 83, pp. 865-873. In: Lowinson, J. H., Ruiz, P., Millman, R. B. and Langrod, J. G., eds. Substance abuse: a comprehensive textbook. 3d ed. xxvi + 956 pp.Year: 1997
Title: After prohibition: an adult approach to drug policies in the 21st centuryAuthor(s): Lynch, T., ed.Publisher: Washington * Cato InstituteSource: xi + 193 pp.Year: 2000
Title: Against excess: drug policy for results.Author(s): Kleiman, M. A. R.Publisher: New York * Basic BooksSource: xvi + 474 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Against the legalization of drugs.Author(s): Wilson, J.Q.Publisher: Los Angeles * Roxbury Publishing Co.;Source: Chap. 41, pp. 496-505. In: Inciardi, J.A. and McElrath, K., eds. The American drug scene: an anthology. 4th ed. xviii + 505 pp.Year: 2004
Title: AIDS and self-organization of drug users in the Netherlands.Author(s): DeJong, W. M.Publisher: Malabar, FL * Robert E. Krieger Publishing Co.;Source: Chap. 26, pp. 303-313. In: Platt, J. J., Kaplan, C. D. and McKim, P. J., eds. The effectiveness of drug abuse treatment: Dutch and American perspectives. xiv + 330 pp.Year: 1990
Title: AIDS, drugs and society.Author(s): Alexandrova, A., ed.Publisher: New York * International Debate Education Asso.;Source: 296 pp.Year: 2002
Title: AIDS, IV drug use, and the federal agenda.Author(s): McBride, D. C., Chitwood, D. D., Page, J. B., McCoy, C. B. and Inciardi, J. A.Publisher: New York * Greenwood Press;Source: Pp. 267-282. In: Inciardi, J. A., ed. Handbook of drug control in the United States. xv + 421 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Alcohol and drug abuse in Nepal.Author(s): Shrestha, N. M.Source: Other Populations and AlcoholYear: 1992Journal: British Journal of Addiction 87: 1241-1248,ISSN: 0952-0481Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol and drug abuse prevention and control program. (Army Regulation 600-85.)Author(s): U. S. Department of the Army.Publisher: Washington;Source: 116 pp.Year: 1986
Title: Alcohol and drugs: DOT compliance manualPublisher: Neenah, WI * J. J. Keller and Assoc.;Format: Manual. 4.Source: varying pages.Year: 2000
Title: Alcohol and drugs in an international perspective.Author(s): Mork, T.Publisher: Oslo * National Directorate for the Prevention of Alcohol and Drug ProblemsSource: Pp. 354-366. In: International Congress on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, 35th, Oslo, 1988. Proceedings. Vol. 3: papers. [xi] + 883 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Alcohol and drugs in the workplace.Author(s): Barabander, C. S.Publisher: New York * Guilford Press;Source: Chap. 4, pp. 69-87. In: Straussner, S. L. A., ed. Clinical work with substance-abusing clients. xvi + 381 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Alcohol and drugs in the workplace.Author(s): Butler, B.Publisher: Toronto * Butterworths;Source: xiv + 284 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Alcohol and other drugs.Publisher: Washington * Govt Publ. Off.;Source: Pp. 163-183. In: National Center for Health Statistics. Healthy people 2000: national health promotion and disease prevention objectives. vi + 692 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Alcohol and other drugs in the American society, part II: significant issues for the '90s.Author(s): Milgram, G. G.Year: 1996Journal: Counselor 14 (No. 4): 27-32,
Title: Alcohol and other drugs: issues in arbitration.Author(s): Denenberg, T. S. and Denenberg, R. V.Publisher: Washington * Bureau of National AffairsSource: xvii + 387 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Alcohol and other drug treatment: policy choices in welfare reform.Author(s): Young, N. K.Publisher: Rockville MD * Center for Substance Abuse TreatmentSource: 83 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Alcohol and tobacco: America's drugs of choice.Author(s): Quiram, J., Siegel, M. A. and Jacobs, N. R., eds.Publisher: Wylie, TX * Information PlusSource: 124 pp.Year: 1997
Title: Alcohol and tobacco--America's drugs of choiceAuthor(s): Klier, B. A., Quiram, J. and Siegel, M. A., eds.Publisher: Wylie, TX * Information PlusSource: 144 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Alcohol and tobacco legislative policies in multicultural communitiesAuthor(s): Roemer, R.Publisher: Amityville, NY * Baywood Publishing Co.;Source: Chap. 11, pp. 231-259. In: Kar, S. B., ed. Substance abuse prevention: a multicultural perspective. xi + 319 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Alcoholism and drug abuse in the workplace. 2d ed.Author(s): Scanlon, W. F.Publisher: New York * PraegerSource: xvi + 189 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Alcoholism and other drug problems.Author(s): Royce, J. E. and Scratachley, D.Publisher: New York * The Free Press;Source: xi + 386 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Alcohol policy in the national drug control strategy.Year: 1998Journal: Bottom Line on Alcohol in Society 19(No. 2): 75-77,ISSN: 0891-6950Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol prohibition and drug prohibition: lessons from alcohol policy for drug policy.Author(s): Levine, H.G. and Reinarman, C.Publisher: Lanham, MD * Rowman and LittlefieldSource: Chap. 3, pp. 43-76. In: Fish, J.M., ed. Drugs and society: U.S. public policy. xvi + 228 pp.Year: 2006
Title: Altered states: alcohol and other drugs in America.Author(s): Tice, P. M.Publisher: Rochester * Strong MuseumSource: 128 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Alternatives to the war on drugs.Author(s): Alexander, B. K.Year: 1990Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 20: 1-27,ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: America hurts: the drug epidemic.Publisher: Columbus, OH * Coronet/MTI;Format: Audiovisual.Year: 1987Length: 1/2" video cassette (33 min.)
Title: The American crusade: the internationalization of drug prohibitionAuthor(s): Bewley-Taylor, D. R.Year: 2003Journal: Addiction Research and Theory 11(2): 71-81ISSN: 1606-6359Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The American disease: origins of narcotic controlAuthor(s): Musto, D. F.Publisher: New York * Oxford PressSource: 3d ed. xvi + 414 pp.Year: 1999
Title: The American disease: origins of narcotic control.Author(s): Musto, D. F.Publisher: New York * Oxford University PressSource: Rev. ed. xvi + 384 pp.Year: 1987
Title: The American drug scene: an anthology. 4th ed.Author(s): Inciardi, J.A. and McElrath, K., eds.Publisher: Los Angeles * Roxbury Publishing Co.;Source: xviii + 505 pp.Year: 2004
Title: America's drug policy: who are the addicts?Author(s): Williams, G. H. and Williams, S. C.Year: 1990Journal: Iowa Law Review 75: 1119-1133,
Title: America's first cocaine epidemic: what did we learn?Author(s): Musto, D. F.Publisher: Aldershot, UK * Ashgate Publishing LimitedSource: Chap. 15, pp. 253-265. In: Gamella, J. F., ed. Drugs and alcohol in the Pacific. (The Pacific World: Lands, Peoples and History of the Pacific, 1500-1900, Vol. 14.) lvi + 388 pp.Year: 2002
Title: America's longest "war."Author(s): Voth, E.A.Publisher: Guilford, CT * McGraw-Hill/DushkinSource: Pp. 10-14. In: Goldberg, R., ed. Taking sides: clashing views on controversial issues in drugs and society. 5th ed. xx + 347 pp.Year: 2002
Title: The analysis of controlled substancesAuthor(s): Cole, M.D.Publisher: Chichester, UK * John Wiley and SonsSource: xvi + 196 pp.Year: 2003
Title: The Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988: a guide to programs for state and local anti-drug assistance.Author(s): U.S. Congress. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: iii + 133 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988. Public Law 100-690.Author(s): U.S. Laws, Statutes, etc.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: 364 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Anti-drug-abuse policies as prevention strategiesAuthor(s): Pentz, M. A.Publisher: New York * Kluwer Academic/Plenum PublishersSource: Chap. 11, pp. 217-241. In: Sloboda, Z. and Bukoski, W. J., eds. Handbook of drug abuse prevention: theory, science, and practice. xxviii + 692 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Anti-drugs policies of the European Union: transnational decision-making and the politics of expertise.Author(s): Elvins, M.Publisher: New York * Palgrave MacmillanSource: xxii + 227 pp.Year: 2003
Title: The anti-smoking movement: national and international.Author(s): Simpson, D.Publisher: London * Tavistock/Routledge;Source: Chap. 48, pp. 320-325. In: Glass, I. B., ed. The international handbook of addiction behaviour. xiv + 366 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Approaches to treatment of substance abuse.Author(s): World Health Organization. Programme on Substance Abuse.Publisher: GenevaSource: Other Populations and Alcohol * vi + 194 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Are judicial status hearings a "key component" of drug court? Six and twelve months outcomesAuthor(s): Marlowe, D.B., Festinger, D.S., Dugosh, K.L. and Lee, P.A.Year: 2005Journal: Drug and Alcohol Dependence 79(2): 145-155ISSN: 0376-8716Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Are you positive? The relationship of minority composition to workplace drug and alcohol testingAuthor(s): Gee, G.C., Curbow, B., Ensminger, M.E., Griffin, J., Laflamme, D.J., McDonnell, K., LeGrande, D. and Agnew, J.Year: 2005Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 35(4): 755-778ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Arguing against marijuana prohibitionPublisher: Detroit * OmnigraphicsSource: Chap. 8, pp. 107-113. In: Ginther, C., ed. Drug abuse sourcebook. 2d ed. xiii + 607 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Arguments against legalization of illicit drugs.Author(s): Current, W. F.Year: 1990Journal: Employee Assistance Quarterly 6 (No. 2): 83-90,ISSN: 0749-0003Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Arguments for a harmfulness tax.Author(s): Grinspoon, L. and Bakalar, J. B.Year: 1990Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 20: 599-604,ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Arresting addictions: drug education and relapse prevention in correctionsAuthor(s): Alexander, R. B. and Pratsinak, G. J.Publisher: Lanham, MD * American Correctional Asso.;Format: Curriculum. 5 * Curriculum. 4 * Manual. 4Source: ix + 261 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Ascertaining the need for a supervised injecting facility (SIF): the burden of public injecting in Montreal, CanadaAuthor(s): Green, T., Hankins, C., Palmer, D., Boivin, J.-F. and Platt, R.Year: 2003Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 33(3): 713-732ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Asking tomorrow's policy makers.Author(s): Grichting, W. L. and Barber, J. G.Year: 1988Journal: Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education 33 (No. 3): 11-25,ISSN: 0090-1482Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Aspects of drug use and drug dependenceAuthor(s): Farrell, M. and Finch, E.Publisher: Boca Raton, FL * CRC PressSource: Chap. 1, pp. 2-22. In: Niesink, R. J. M., Jaspers, R. M. A., Kornet, L. M. W. and VanRee, J. M., eds. Drugs of abuse and addiction: neurobehavioral toxicology. 342pp.Year: 1999
Title: Aspects of illegal drug misuse.Author(s): Stanbury, D.Publisher: New York * St. Martin's Press;Source: Chap. 3, pp. 26-37. In: Bonner, A. and Waterhouse, J., eds. Addictive behaviour: molecules to mankind. xvii + 312 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Assessing needle exchange operations in a poor Brazilian community.Author(s): Bastos, F.I., Malta, M., Hacker, M.A., Petersen, M., Sudbrack, M., Colombo, M. and Caiaffa, W.T.Year: 2006Journal: Substance Use and Misuse 41(6-7): 937-951ISSN: 1082-6084Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: ATLAS report [Global Trends Linkage Alerting System].Author(s): World Health Organization. Programme on Substance Abuse.Publisher: GenevaSource: v + 77 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Attitudes to a proposal for controlled availability of heroin in Australia: is it time for a trial?Author(s): Bammer, G., Dance, P., Stevens, A., Mugford, S., Ostini, R. and Crawford, D.Year: 1996Journal: Addiction Research 4: 45-55,ISSN: 1058-6989Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Australia adopts drug war compromises: policy driven by AIDS concern.Author(s): McDonald, D.Year: 1989Journal: Drug Policy Letter 1 (No. 4): 11-12,ISSN: 1099-5625Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The Australian debate about the legalization of heroin and other illicit drugs, 1988-1991.Author(s): Hall, W.Source: Other Populations and AlcoholYear: 1992Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 22: 563-577,ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Babies born on crack-cocaine: maternal drug users under siege.Author(s): Horne, M.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print.;Source: Pp. 101-111. In: Center for Substance Abuse Prevention. The Second National Conference on Preventing and Treating Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse, HIV Infection, and AIDS in Black Communities: from advocacy to action. (CSAP Prevention Monogr. 13.) x + 268 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Bad habits: drinking, smoking, taking drugs, gambling, sexual misbehavior, and swearing in American history.Author(s): Burnham, J. C.Publisher: New York * New York University Press;Source: xviii + 385 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Barcelona's safer injection facility-EVA: a harm reduction program lacking official supportAuthor(s): Anoro, M., Ilundain, E. and Santisteban, O.Year: 2003Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 33(3): 689-712ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Barriers to cooperation between domestic-violence and substance-abuse programs.Author(s): Bennett, L. and Lawson, M.Year: 1994Journal: J. Contemp. Human Serv. 75: 277-286,
Title: Basic elements for a national comprehensive plan for drug abuse control in Peru.Author(s): Flores Agreda, R.Year: 1987Journal: Bull. Narcot. 39 (No. 2): 37-49,
Title: Basic principles and strategies of harm reductionAuthor(s): Marlatt, G. A.Publisher: New York * Guilford PressSource: Chap. 3, pp. 49-66. In: Marlatt, G. A., ed. Harm reduction: pragmatic strategies for managing high-risk behaviors. xxiv + 390pp.Year: 1998
Title: Behavioral tolerance to alcohol in humans is enhanced by prior drug-free treatment.Author(s): Zinatelli, M. and Vogel-Sprott, M.Year: 1993Journal: Exp. Clin. Psychopharmacol. 1 (No. 1-4): 194-199,
Title: Behind open doors: constitutional implications of Government employee drug testing.Author(s): Bookspan, P. T.Publisher: Ft. Lauderdale;Source: Pp. 307-370. In: Testing for drug use in the American workplace: a symposium. (Nova Law Review, Vol. 11, No. 2.) Pp. 291-889.Year: 1987
Title: Between legalization and war: a reconsideration of American drug policy.Author(s): Adler, P. A.Publisher: Boston * Jones and Bartlett Publishers;Source: Chap. 23, pp. 255-267. In: Venturelli, P. J., ed. Drug use in America: social, cultural and political perspectives. xvi + 336 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Beyond antiprohibitionism.Author(s): Bertrand, M. A.Year: 1990Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 20: 533-542,ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Beyond needle sharing: meta-analyses of social context risk behaviors of injection drug users attending needle exchange programsAuthor(s): Ksobiech, K.Year: 2006Journal: Substance Use and Misuse 41(10-12): 1379-1394ISSN: 1082-6084Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Beyond the war on drugs: overcoming a failed public policy.Author(s): Wisotsky, S.Publisher: Buffalo, NY * Prometheus BooksSource: xlii + 279 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Beyond the war on drugs: overcoming a failed public policy.Author(s): Wisotsky, S.Publisher: Buffalo, NY * Prometheus Books;Source: xlii + 279 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Big business in America: illegal drug trade in U. S. Right up there with consumer electronics, automobiles and steelmaking.Year: 1990Journal: Bottom Line on Alcohol in Society 10 (No. 1): 29-31,ISSN: 0891-6950Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Binarisms, regressive outcomes and biases in the drug policy interventions: a theoretical approachAuthor(s): Gerevich, J.Year: 2005Journal: Substance Use and Misuse 40(4): 451-472ISSN: 1082-6084Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: BJS data report, 1989.Author(s): U.S. Department of Justice. Office of Justice Programs. Bureau of Justice Statistics.Publisher: Rockville, MD * Justice Statistics Clearinghouse;Source: 94 pp.Year: 1990
Title: BJS data report, 1989.Author(s): U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics.Publisher: Washington, DC;Source: 94. pp.Year: 1991
Title: BJS: national update, 1992.Author(s): U.S. Department of Justice. Office of Justice Programs. Bureau of Justice Statistics.Publisher: Rockville, MD * Bureau of Justice Statistics Clearinghouse;Source: 14 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Blood tests ordered by a hospital for medical treatment are not exempt from the Department of Health regulations.Year: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(23): 327-328ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Blueprint for a drug-free New Jersey.Author(s): New Jersey.Publisher: Trenton, NJ;Source: 41 pp.Year: 1986
Title: Breaking the cycle of drug abuse: 1993 interim National Drug Control Strategy.Author(s): Office of National Drug Control Policy.Publisher: WashingtonSource: 31 pp.Year: 1993
Title: A brief history of American drug control.Author(s): Musto, D. F.Publisher: Bloomington, IN * Organization of American Historians;Source: Pp. 12-15. In: Drug use in history. (Magazine of History, Vol. 6, No. 2.) 44 pp.Year: 1991
Title: A brief history of cannabis policies in Spain (1968-2003).Author(s): Gamella, J.F. and Rodrigo, M.L.J.Year: 2004Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 34(3): 623-660ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Bringing harm reduction to the black community: there's a fire in my house and you're telling me to rearrange my furniture?Author(s): Woods, I. P.Publisher: New York * Guilford PressSource: Chap. 8, pp. 301-326. In: Marlatt, G. A., ed. Harm reduction: pragmatic strategies for managing high-risk behaviors. xxiv + 390pp.Year: 1998
Title: 'The British system': past, present and future.Author(s): Strang, J.Publisher: DeCrespigny Park, London * Institute of PsychiatrySource: Pp. 109-120. In: Psychiatry and the addictions. (International Review of Psychiatry, Vol. 1, Nos. 1/2, 1989.) 190 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Bruk, missbruk, marknad och reaktioner: narkotika i norden, 1995-2000. [Drug use and abuse in the Nordic countries: trends in 1995-2000.] (NAD Publication No. 41)Author(s): Kouvonen, P., Rosenqvist, P. and Skretting, A.Publisher: Helsinki * Nordic Council for Alcohol and Drug ResearchSource: 207 pp.Year: 2001
Title: A bundle of peaceful compromises.Author(s): Trebach, A. S.Year: 1990Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 20: 515-531,ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Burma (Union of Myanmar).Author(s): Cherry, A.Publisher: Westport, CT * Greenwood PressSource: Chap. 1, pp. 1-19. In: Cherry, A., Dillon, M. E. and Rugh, D., eds. Substance abuse: a global view. xix + 237 pp.Year: 2002
Title: The Bush-Bennett plan: a holy war by any other name.Author(s): Trebach, A. S. and Zeese, K. B.Year: 1989Journal: Drug Policy Letter 1 (No. 4): 1-3,ISSN: 1099-5625Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The business of drugs.Author(s): Cooper, M. H.Publisher: Washington * Congressional QuarterlySource: xii + 165 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Buzzed: the straight facts about the most used and abused drugs from alcohol to ecstasy.Author(s): Kuhn, C., Swartzwelder, S. and Wilson, W.Publisher: New York * W. W. NortonSource: 317 pp.Year: 1998
Title: Buzzed: the straight facts about the most used and abused drugs from alcohol to ecstasy. Revised.Author(s): Kuhn, C., Swartzwelder, S., Wilson, W., Wilson, L.H. and Foster, J.Publisher: New York * W.W. NortonSource: 345 pp.Year: 2003
Title: California drug courts: a methodology for determining costs and avoided costs.Author(s): Byrne, F., Schauffler, R., Lightman, L., Finigan, M. and Carey, S.Year: 2004Journal: Journal of Psychoactive Drugs SARC Suppl. No. 2: 147-156,ISSN: 0279-1072Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: California initiative puts emphasis on rehab, not prison: rethinking the drug war strategyYear: 2000Journal: Bottom Line on Alcohol in Society 21(3): 41-45ISSN: 0891-6950Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: California Research Advisory Panel's annual report stirs a small storm.Author(s): Heilig, S.Year: 1990Journal: CSAM [California Society of Addiction Medicine] News. 17 (No. 2): 10-11,
Title: California's incarcerated drug offender population, yesterday, today, and tomorrow: evaluating the war on drugs and Proposition 36.Author(s): Auerhahn, K.Year: 2004Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 34(1): 95-120ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: California's incarcerated drug offender population, yesterday, today, and tomorrow: evaluating the war on drugs and Proposition 36.Author(s): Auerhahn, K.Year: 2004Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 34(1): 95-120,
Title: The California Substance Abuse Research Consortium: origins, history and issuesAuthor(s): Anglin, M. D. and Urada, D.Year: 2003Journal: Journal of Psychoactive Drugs (SARC Suppl. No. 1): 109-117ISSN: 0279-1072Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
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Title: Children and bystanders first: the ethics and politics of tobacco control in the United States.Author(s): Bayer, R. and Colgrove, J.Publisher: Cambridge, MA * Harvard University PressSource: Chap. 1, pp. 8-37. In: Feldman, E.A. and Bayer, R., eds. Unfiltered: conflicts over tobacco policy and public health. viii + 394 pp.Year: 2004
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Title: Chilling out: the cultural politics of substance consumption, youth and drug policy.Author(s): Blackman, S.Publisher: Maidenhead, UK * Open University PressSource: xii + 227 pp.Year: 2004
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Title: Choices for policy and practice.Author(s): MacGregor, S.Publisher: London * RoutledgeSource: Chap. 11, pp. 170-200. In: MacGregor, S., ed. Drugs and British society: responses to a social problem in the 1980s. xi + 224 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Citizen attitudes toward drug testing: value conflict or consensus?Author(s): DavidsonNesbit, D.Publisher: Hillsdale, NJ * Lawrence ErlbaumSource: Chap. 8, pp. 81-95. In: Shoemaker, P. J., ed. Communication about drugs: government, media, and the public.Year: 1989
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Title: Civil rights and the "war" on alcohol and drugs.Author(s): Weber, E.Publisher: Metuchen, NJ * Women's Action Alliance and the Scarecrow PressSource: Chap. 6, 48-53. In: Roth, P., ed. Alcohol and drugs are women's issues. Volume 1: a review of the issues. x + 192 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Cleaning the people's home: recent developments in Sweden's addiction policy.Author(s): Gould, A.Year: 1989Journal: British Journal of Addiction 84: 731-741,ISSN: 0952-0481Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Clinical and societal implications of drug legalization.Author(s): Kleber, H.D. and Inciardi, J.A.Publisher: Philadelphia * Lippincott Williams and WilkinsSource: Chap. 88, pp. 1383-1400. In: Lowinson, J.H., Ruiz, P., Millman, R.B. and Langrod, J.G., eds. Substance abuse: a comprehensive textbook. 4th ed. xxiv + 1421 pp.Year: 2005
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Title: Closing the market: controlling the drug trade in Tampa, Florida.Author(s): U.S. Department of Justice.Publisher: Washington, DC * National Institute of Justice;Source: 15 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Closing the treatment gap: administration seeks managed care approach.Author(s): Culhane, C.Year: 1995Journal: Professional Counselor 10 (No. 5): 17,ISSN: 1086-3397Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Cocaine babies. Hearing before the Select Committee...100th Congress, 1st session, 16 October 1987.Author(s): U.S. Congress. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: iii + 191 pp.Year: 1988
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Title: Coca use in Bolivia: a tradition of thousands of yearsAuthor(s): Spedding, A.Publisher: London * Free Association BooksSource: Chap. 3, pp. 46-64. In: Coomber, R. and South, N., eds. Drug use and cultural contexts "beyond the West": tradition, change and post-colonialism. 219 pp.Year: 2004
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Title: Coffee shops, low-threshold methadone, and needle exchange: controlling illicit drug use in the NetherlandsAuthor(s): Korf, D. J. and Buning, E.Publisher: Thousand Oaks, CA * Sage PublicationsSource: Chap. 6, pp. 111-135. In: Inciardi, J. A. and Harrison, L. D., eds. Harm reduction: national and international perspectives. xix + 224 pp.Year: 2000
Title: Collateral damage: the wide-ranging consequences of America's drug warAuthor(s): Carpenter, T. G.Publisher: Washington * Cato InstituteSource: Chap. 10, pp. 147-167. In: Lynch, T., ed. After prohibition: an adult approach to drug policies in the 21st century. xi + 193 pp.Year: 2000
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Title: The coming horizon: working together toward the future of addiction treatment.Author(s): National Treatment Consortium.Year: 1995Journal: Professional Counselor 10 (No. 5): 51-52, 58,ISSN: 1086-3397Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The coming of age of needle exchange: a history through 1993Author(s): Lane, S. D., Lurie, R., Bowser, B., Kahn, J. and Chen, D.Publisher: Thousand Oaks, CA * Sage PublicationsSource: Chap. 3, pp. 47-68. In: Inciardi, J. A. and Harrison, L. D., eds. Harm reduction: national and international perspectives. xix + 224 pp.Year: 2000
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Title: Community mobilization.Author(s): President's Commission on Model State Drug Laws.Publisher: Washington * Office of National Drug Control Policy;Source: x + 211 pp.Year: 1993
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Title: Compendium of federal justice statistics, 1985.Author(s): U.S. Department of Justice. Bureau of Justice Statistics.Publisher: Rockville, MD * Justice Statistics Clearinghouse/NCJRSSource: vi + 126 pp.Year: 1990
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Title: Complete handbook for combating substance abuse in the workplace: medical facts, legal issues, and practical solutions.Author(s): Banta, W. F. and Tennant, F., Jr.Publisher: Lexington, MA * LexingtonSource: xxvi + 592 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Complying with the drug-free schools and campuses regulations [34 CFR Part 86]: a guide for university and college administrators.Author(s): Pittayathikhun, T., Ku, R., Rigby, D. and Mattsson, M.Publisher: Newton, MA * Higher Education Center for Alcohol and other Drug PreventionSource: 36 pp.Year: 1997
Title: A comprehensive approach to fighting the war on drugs. Hearings, 101st Congress. 1st session. 26-28 April 1989.Author(s): U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Courts and Administrative Practice.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: vi + 457 pp.Year: 1990
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Title: The consequences of prohibition.Author(s): Boaz, D.Publisher: Washington * CATO InstituteSource: Pp. 1-8. In: Boaz, D., ed. The crisis in drug prohibition. viii + 164 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Constitutional and statutory treatment of drug testing in the United States.Author(s): Lieberwitz, R. L.Publisher: New York * Plenum Publishing Corp.;Source: Chap. 9, pp. 185-204. In: Macdonald, S. and Roman, P., eds. Research advances in alcohol and drug problems. Volume 11: drug testing in the workplace. xiv + 341 pp.Year: 1994
Title: The construct and predictive validity of different approaches to combining urine and self-reported drug use measures among older adolescents after substance abuse treatment.Author(s): Lennox, R., Dennis, M.L., Ives, M. and White, M.K.Year: 2006Journal: American Journal on Addictions 15(Suppl.1): 92-101ISSN: 1055-0496Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Constructing a war on drugs.Author(s): Reinarman, C. and Levine, H.G.Publisher: Hawthorne, NY * Aldine de GruyterSource: Chap. 18, pp. 154-161. In: Loseke, D.R., and Best, J., eds. Social problems: constructionist readings. x + 277 pp.Year: 2003
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Title: Controlled dangerous substance regulations. New Jersey Administrative Code (Title 8 - Chapter 65 - Subchapter 1 through 9): effective date Oct. 1, 1986.Author(s): New Jersey. Laws, statues, etc.Publisher: TrentonYear: 1986
Title: The Controlled Substances ActPublisher: Detroit * OmnigraphicsSource: Chap. 6, pp. 67-78. In: Ginther, C., ed. Drug abuse sourcebook. 2d ed. xiii + 607 pp.Year: 2004
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Title: Controlling cocaine: supply versus demand programsAuthor(s): Rydell, C. P. and Everingham, S. S.Publisher: Santa Monica, CA * RAND Drug Policy Research CenterSource: xxv + 120 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Controlling drug abuse: a status report.Author(s): U. S. Comptroller General.Publisher: Gaithersburg, MD * U. S. General Accounting Office;Source: Special report from the Comptroller General of the United States. 45 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Controlling drug paraphernalia.Author(s): Healey, K. M.Publisher: New York * Greenwood Press;Source: Pp. 317-326. In: Inciardi, J. A., ed. Handbook of drug control in the United States. xv + 421 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Controlling drug use and crime with testing, sanctions, and treatmentAuthor(s): Kleiman, M. A. R.Publisher: Cambridge, MA * Harvard University PressSource: Chap. 6, pp. 168-192. In: Heymann, P. B. and Brownsberger, W. N., eds. Drug addiction and drug policy: the struggle to control dependence. viii + 273 pp.Year: 2001
Title: Controlling the supply of cocaine: the law enforcement response.Author(s): Monastero, F. V.Publisher: Madison, WI * Wisconsin Institute on Drug AbuseSource: Pp. 13-15. In: Brink, C. J., ed. Cocaine: a symposium. xiv + 69 pp.Year: 1985
Title: The control of drugs and drug users: reason or reaction?Author(s): Coomber, R., ed.Publisher: Amsterdam * Harwood Academic PublishersSource: xxv + 265 pp.Year: 1998
Title: The control of fuddle and flash: a sociological history of the regulation of alcohol and opiatesAuthor(s): Gerritsen, J-W.Publisher: Leiden, The Netherlands * BrillSource: 279 pp.Year: 2000
Title: A cooperative effort to pass tobacco control ordinancesAuthor(s): Pippert, K., Jecha, L., Coen, S., MacDonald, P., Francisco, J. and Pickard, S.Publisher: Gaithersburg, MD * AspenSource: Chap. 7, pp. 77-83. In: Brownson, R. C., Baker, E. A. and Novick, L. F., eds. Community-based prevention: programs that work. xiv + 314 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Corporate experiences with drug testing programs.Author(s): Axel, H.Publisher: New York * Conference BoardSource: ix + 37 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Corporate initiatives for a drug free workplace.Publisher: Nutley, NJ * Hoffmann-LaRocheSource: viii + 113 pp. + appendices.Year: 1989
Title: Corporate vice presidents: the California constitution and San Francisco's worker privacy ordinance.Author(s): Palefsky, C.Publisher: Ft. Lauderdale;Source: Pp. 669-684. In: Testing for drug use in the American workplace: a symposium. (Nova Law Review, Vol. 11, No. 2.) Pp. 291-889.Year: 1987
Title: Cosmetic development and coca-dollar dependency in the Upper Huallaga, Peru(*).Author(s): Morales, E.Publisher: Oslo * National Directorate for the Prevention of Alcohol and Drug ProblemsSource: Pp. 339-353. In: International Congress on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, 35th, Oslo, 1988. Proceedings. Vol. 3: papers. [xi] + 883 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Counseling the adolescent substance abuser: school-based intervention and prevention.Author(s): Gonet, M. M.Publisher: Thousand Oaks, CA * Sage Publications;Source: xi + 217 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Counselors speak out: 'drug war' draws broad reflections.Author(s): Brooks, B.Year: 1989Journal: Professional Counselor 4 (No. 3): 99,ISSN: 1086-3397Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Courts, jails, and drug treatment in a California county.Author(s): Phillips, M. D.Publisher: Washington * National Academy Press;Source: Pp. 133-196. In: Institute of Medicine. Treating drug problems. Volume 2. vii + 320 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Courts, jails, and drug treatment in a California county.Author(s): Phillips, M. D.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: Pp. 89-134. In: National Institute on Drug Abuse. Extent and adequacy of insurance coverage for substance abuse services. (Institute of Medicine report: treating drug problems.) Volume II: commissioned papers on historical, institutional, and economic contexts of drug treatment. (Drug Abuse Service Research Series, No. 3.) x + 227 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Crack and the political economy of social sufferingAuthor(s): Bourgois, P.Year: 2003Journal: Addiction Research and Theory 11(1): 31-37ISSN: 1606-6359Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The crack attack: America's latest drug scare, 1986-1992Author(s): Reinarman, C. and Levine, H. G.Publisher: New York * Aldine de GruyterSource: Chap. 8, pp. 147-186. In: Best, J. ed. Images of issues: typifying contemporary social problems. 2d ed. ix + 362 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Crack cocaine availability and trafficking in the United States.Publisher: Washington * U.S. Department of Justice, Cocaine Investigations SectionSource: 22 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Crackdown: treating the symptoms of the drug problem.Author(s): Wilson, J. Q. and DiIulio, J. J., Jr.Year: 1989Journal: The New Republic 201: 21-25,
Title: Crack in context: politics and media in the making of a drug scare.Author(s): Reinarman, C. and Levine, H. G.Year: 1989Journal: Contemporary Drug Problems 16: 535-577,ISSN: 0091-4509Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Creating and maintaining the drug-free workforce.Author(s): Wright, R. S. and Wright, D. G.Publisher: New York * McGraw-Hill;Source: xxiv + 229 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Creating fetal rights and protecting pregnant women's constitutional rights: an analysis of drug-related cases and issues.Author(s): Viano, E.Publisher: Boston * Jones and Bartlett Publishers;Source: Chap. 27, pp. 303-314. In: Venturelli, P. J., ed. Drug use in America: social, cultural and political perspectives. xvi + 336 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Creeping out of the ghetto: research on services for drug misusers.Author(s): MacGregor, S.Publisher: Avebury, England * Gower Publishing Co. Ltd.;Source: Chap. 3, pp. 82-102. In: Berridge, V., ed. Drugs research and policy in Britain: a review of the 1980s. x + 298 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Crime, crusades and corruption: prohibitions in the United States, 1900-1987.Author(s): Woodiwiss, M.Publisher: Totowa, NJ * Barnes and NobleSource: ix + 260 pp.Year: 1988
Title: The crime of driving with a willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or properting while fleeing from a pursuing police officer is not an inherently dangerous felony for purposes of the second degree felony murder ruleYear: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(6): 81-83ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Crimes code.Author(s): President's Commission on Model State Drug Laws.Publisher: Washington * Office of National Drug Control Policy;Source: x + 169 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Criminalization of drug use during pregnancy.Author(s): Jos, P. H., Marshall, M. F. and Perlmutter, M.Publisher: New York * Springer Publishing Co.;Source: Chap. 4, pp. 91-109. In: Haack, M. R., ed. Drug-dependent mothers and their children: issues in public policy and public health. xxii + 335pp.Year: 1997
Title: The criminal justice client in drug abuse treatment.Author(s): Hubbard, R. L., Collins, J. J., Rachal, J. V. and Cavanaugh, E. R.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: Pp. 57-80. In: Leukefeld, C. G. and Tims, F. M., eds. Compulsory treatment of drug abuse: research and clinical practice. vi + 258 pp.Year: 1988
Title: The criminal justice system and addiction.Author(s): Joseph, H.Publisher: Rotterdam * Institute for Preventive and Social PsychiatrySource: Pp. 283-286. In: International Institute on the Prevention and Treatment of Drug Dependence, 15th, Amsterdam, 1986. Responding to a world of drugs: intentional and unintentional effects of control, treatment and prevention. 433 pp.Year: 1987
Title: The criminal justice system and opiate addiction: a historical perspective.Author(s): Joseph, H.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: Pp. 106-125. In: Leukefeld, C. G. and Tims, F. M., eds. Compulsory treatment of drug abuse: research and clinical practice. vi + 258 pp.Year: 1988
Title: The criminal justice system and the user.Author(s): Manning, P. K.Publisher: Baltimore * Williams & Wilkins;Source: Chap. 77, pp. 1019-1033. In: Lowinson, J. H., Ruiz, P. and Millman, R. B., eds. Substance abuse: a comprehensive textbook. 2d ed. xxvi + 1110 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Critical analysis of drug war alternatives: the need for a shift in personal and social values.Author(s): Wong, L. S.Year: 1990Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 20: 679-688,ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: A critical perspective on cross-cultural contexts for addiction and multiculturalism: their meanings and implications in the substance use fieldAuthor(s): Adrian, M.Year: 2002Journal: Substance Use and Misuse 37(8-10): 853-900ISSN: 1082-6084Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Culture and U. S. drug policy: toward a new conceptual framework.Author(s): Husch, J. A.Publisher: Cambridge, MA * American Academy of Arts and Sciences;Source: Pp. 293-304. In: Political pharmacology: thinking about drugs. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. (Daedalus, Vol. 121, No. 3.) x + 304 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Culture, society, and drugs: the social science approach to drug use.Author(s): Knipe, E.Publisher: Prospect Heights, IL * Waveland Press;Source: xix + 486 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Current topics in inhalant abuse.Author(s): Kerner, K.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: Pp. 8-29. In: Crider, R. A. and Rouse, B. A., eds. Epidemiology of inhalant abuse: an update. vii + 208 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Czech drug laws as an arena of the drug policy battle.Author(s): Zabransky, T.Year: 2004Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 34(3): 661-686ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Damned if you do, damned if you don't: crack cocaine users and prenatal care.Author(s): Kearney, M. H.Year: 1995Journal: Contemporary Drug Problems 22: 639-662,ISSN: 0091-4509Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Dangerous society.Author(s): Taylor, C. S.Publisher: East Lansing * Michigan State University PressSource: xii + 149 pp.Year: 1990
Title: The dark and light aspects of Italian legislation on substances of abuse.Author(s): Coluccia, A.Publisher: New York * Springer-Verlag Wien;Source: Chap. 22, pp. 187-191. In: Tagliamonte, A. and Maremmani, I., eds. Drug addiction and related clinical problems. xvi + 232 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Data snapshot: drug abuse in America, 1998Author(s): Office of National Drug Control Policy.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: 116 p.Year: 1998
Title: Dealing with illicit drugs: the power--and limits--of mass media agenda setting.Author(s): Shaw, D. L. and McCombs, M. E.Publisher: Hillsdale, NJ * Lawrence ErlbaumSource: Chap. 10, pp. 113-120. In: Shoemaker, P. J., ed. Communication about drugs: government, media, and the public. x + 127 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Debating the Controlled Substances Act.Author(s): Spillane, J.F.Year: 2004Journal: Drug and Alcohol Dependence 76(1): 17-29ISSN: 0376-8716Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Debating the legalization of drugs.Author(s): Inciardi, J. A. and McBride, D. C.Publisher: New York * Greenwood Press;Source: Pp. 283-299. In: Inciardi, J. A., ed. Handbook of drug control in the United States. xv + 421 pp.Year: 1990
Title: A decade of drug treatment court researchAuthor(s): Turner, S., Longshore, D., Wenzel, S., Deschenes, E., Greenwood, P., Fain, T., Harrell, A., Morral, A., Taxman, F., et al.Year: 2002Journal: Substance Use and Misuse 37(12/13): 1489-1527ISSN: 1082-6084Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Decisions to appeal, decisions to approve: requalification for SSI by former DA&A beneficiariesAuthor(s): Scott, R. and Baumohl, J.Year: 2003Journal: Contemporary Drug Problems 30(1-2): 147-168ISSN: 0091-4509Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Decriminalization of marijuana and the demand for alcohol, marijuana and cocaine.Author(s): Thies, C. F. and Register, C. A.Year: 1993Journal: Social Science Journal 30: 385-389,ISSN: 0362-3319Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Dedicated funding for state and local anti-drug programs.Author(s): U. S. Department of Justice. Bureau of Justice Statistics.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: Prepared by C. A. Lauer and H. S. DeNigro. vii + 26 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Defendant's right to confrontation was violated by introduction of laboratory report. Report was hearsay and did not fall within business records exception because it was prepared in anticipation of litigationYear: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(25): 462-463ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defense of drug casesAuthor(s): Bartell, D.J.Publisher: Tucson, AZ * Lawyers and Judges Publishing Co.;Source: Chap. 15, pp. 379-398. In: Burns, M. ed. Medical-legal aspects of drugs. xii + 468 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Delivering more effective treatment to adolescents: improving the juvenile drug court model.Author(s): Belenko, S. and Logan, T.K.Year: 2003Journal: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 25(3): 189-211ISSN: 0740-5472Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The demand for alcohol, tobacco and marijuana: international evidence.Author(s): Selvanathan, S. and Selvanathan, E.A.Publisher: Hants, UK * Ashgate Publishing Co.;Source: xi + 384 pp.Year: 2005
Title: The demand for cocaine and marijuana by youthAuthor(s): Chaloupka, F. J., Grossman, M. and Tauras, J. A.Publisher: Chicago * University of Chicago PressSource: Chap. 5, pp. 133-155. In: Chaloupka, F. J., Grossman, M., Bickel, W. K. and Saffer, H., eds. The economic analysis of substance use and abuse: an integration of econometric and behavioral economic research. xi + 385 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Demand reduction in practice: a worldwide review of innovative approaches related to the reduction of demand for dependence producing drugs.Publisher: Lausanne, Switzerland; International Council on Alcohol and AddictionsSource: 67 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Demand reduction: the treatment side of the war on drugs.Author(s): Kramer, J. T.Year: 1990Journal: Professional Counselor 4 (No. 5): 54-57,ISSN: 1086-3397Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Demand reduction: the treatment side of the war on drugs.Author(s): Kramer, J. T.Year: 1990Journal: Professional Counselor 4 (No. 5): 54-57,ISSN: 1086-3397Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Democracy and health: tobacco control in Poland.Author(s): Zatonski, W.Publisher: Washington * World BankSource: Chap. 5, pp. 97-120. In: De Beyer, J. and Brigden, L.W., eds. Tobacco-Nicotine control policy: strategies, successes, and setbacks. xviii + 189 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Demographic differentials in the demand for alcohol and illicit drugs.Author(s): Saffer, H. and Chaloupka, F. J.Publisher: Chicago * University of Chicago PressSource: Chap. 7, pp. 187-211. In: Chaloupka, F. J., Grossman, M., Bickel, W. K. and Saffer, H., eds. The economic analysis of substance use and abuse: an integration of econometric and behavioral economic research. xi + 385 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Department of Transportation (DOT) drug and alcohol testing.Author(s): DiBenedetto, D. V.Year: 1995Journal: AAOHN 43: 356A-356B,
Title: Descriptive epidemiology of international cocaine trafficking.Author(s): Montagne, M.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: Pp. 275-276. In: National Institute on Drug Abuse. The epidemiology of cocaine use and abuse. (NIDA Res. Monogr. No. 110.) iv + 344 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Detection of drug impaired drivers - standard field sobriety tests.Author(s): Boorman, M.C.Publisher: Quebec * Societe de l'Assurance Automobile du QuebecSource: Pp. 391-396. In: Mayhew, D.R. and Dussault, C., eds. Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Montreal, Canada, August 4-9 2002: T 2002. Volume 2. Pp. 351-802.Year: [2002]
Title: Developing games of local drug policy.Author(s): Kahan, J. P., Setear, J., Bitzinger, M. M., Coleman, S. B. and Feinleib, J.Publisher: Santa Monica, CA * Rand Drug Policy Research CenterSource: xvii + 61 pp.Year: 1992
Title: The development of drug treatment in the shadow of the narcotic law: the case of AustriaAuthor(s): Eisenbach-Stangl, I. and Burian, W.Publisher: Thousand Oaks, CA * SAGE PublicationsSource: Chap. 15, pp. 158-167. In: Klingemann, H. and Hunt, G., eds. Drug treatment systems in an international perspective: drugs, demons, and delinquents. xix + 340 pp.Year: 1998
Title: Diagnostic laboratory: screening for drug abuseAuthor(s): Verebey, K. G. and Buchan, B. J.Publisher: Baltimore * Williams and Wilkins;Source: Chap. 35, pp. 369-377. In: Lowinson, J. H., Ruiz, P., Millman, R. B. and Langrod, J. G., eds. Substance abuse: a comprehensive textbook. 3d ed. xxvi + 956 pp.Year: 1997
Title: Diagnostic testing--laboratory and psychologicalAuthor(s): DuPont, R. L.Publisher: Washington * American Psychiatric PressSource: Chap. 46, pp. 521-527. In: Galanter, M. and Kleber, H. D., eds. The American Psychiatric Press textbook of substance abuse treatment. 2d ed. xiv + 595 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Diseasing of America: addiction treatment out of control.Author(s): Peele, S.Publisher: Lexington, MA * Lexington BooksSource: xi + 321 pp.Year: 1989
Title: The distribution of drugs: models of criminal organization and their integration.Author(s): Albini, J.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and Bacon;Source: Chap. 4, pp. 79-108. In: Mieczkowski, T., ed. Drugs, crime, and social policy: research, issues, and concerns. xiv + 322 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Diversity issues in substance abuse treatment and research.Author(s): Loue, S.Publisher: New York * Kluwer Academic/Plenum;Source: xi + 229 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Does medical heroin prescription reduce delinquency among drug-addicts? On the evaluation of the Swiss heroin prescription projects and its methodology.Author(s): Killias, M. and Uchtenhagen, A.Year: 1996Journal: Stud. Crime Crime Prev. 5: 245-256,
Title: Doing drugs and dropping out: assessing the costs to society of substance abuse and dropping out of school.Author(s): U.S. Congress. Joint Economic Committee. Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Trade, and Taxes.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: Report, 102d Congress, 1st session, August 1991. vi + 93 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Don't legalize drugs.Author(s): Kondracke, M. M.Year: 1989Journal: Drugs and Society 3 (Nos. 3/4): 209-215,ISSN: 8756-8233Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Don't you D.A.R.E.Author(s): Glass, S.Year: 1997Journal: New Repub. 216 (No. 9): 18-28,
Title: Dope in the early twentieth century press: a case study of Sioux City, Iowa.Author(s): Hewitt, W. L.Publisher: Bloomington, IN * Organization of American Historians;Source: In: Drug use in history. (Magazine of History, Vol. 6, No. 2.) 44 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Doping control in sport.Author(s): Verroken, M. and Mottram, D.R.Publisher: London * Routledge;Source: Chap. 11, pp. 307-356. In: Mottram, D.R., ed. Drugs in sport. 3d ed. ix + 417 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Do youths substitute alcohol and marijuana? Some econometric evidence.Author(s): Chaloupka, F. J. and Laixuthai, A.Publisher: Cambridge, MA * National Bureau of Economic Research;Source: (Working Paper No. 4662). 35 pp. + tables.Year: 1994
Title: A dozen years of drug treatment courts: uncovering our theoretical foundation and the construction of a mainstream paradigmAuthor(s): Hora, P. F.Year: 2002Journal: Substance Use and Misuse 37(12/13): 1469-1488ISSN: 1082-6084Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
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Title: Drink, drugs and disability: an introduction to the controversyAuthor(s): Hunt, S.R. and Baumohl, J.Year: 2003Journal: Contemporary Drug Problems 30(1-2): 9-76ISSN: 0091-4509Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drink: a social history of AmericaAuthor(s): Barr, A.Publisher: New York * Carroll and GrafSource: xii + 466 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Drug abuse.Author(s): Henderson, H.Publisher: New York * Facts on FileSource: 266 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Drug abuse and drug related crimes: some unresolved legal problems.Author(s): Chatterjee, S. K.Publisher: Dordrecht, The Netherlands * Martinus NijhoffSource: viii + 274 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Drug abuse and its control: glossary of selected terms. Report, 101st Congress, 2d session.Author(s): U. S. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: vii + 87 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Drug abuse and social policy in America: the war that must be won.Author(s): Stimmel, B.Publisher: Binghamton, NY * The Haworth Press;Source: xiii + 213 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Drug abuse and social policy in America: the war that must be won.Author(s): Stimmel, B.Publisher: Binghamton, NY * The Haworth Press;Source: xiii + 213 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Drug abuse: economic and political basis.Author(s): Lowinger, P.Publisher: Baltimore * Williams & Wilkins;Source: Chap. 11, pp. 138-142. In: Lowinson, J. H., Ruiz, P. and Millman, R. B., eds. Substance abuse: a comprehensive textbook. 2d ed. xxvi + 1110 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Drug abuse education and prevention amendments of 1988. (Report with additional views to accompany H.R. 4872. Hearing...100th Congress, 2d session, July 14, 1988.)Author(s): U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: 39 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Drug abuse education and prevention programs for youth. Report to accompany H.R. 3259. 102d Congress, 1st session, 26 Sept. 1991.Author(s): U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: 8 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Drug abuse handbookAuthor(s): Karch, S. B., ed.Publisher: Boca Raton, FL * CRC PressSource: 1138pp.Year: 1998
Title: Drug abuse in the inner city: impact on hard-drug users and the community.Author(s): Johnson, B. D., Williams, T., Dei, K. A. and Sanabria, H.Publisher: Chicago * University of Chicago Press;Source: Pp. 9-67. In: Tonry, M. and Wilson, J. Q., eds. Drugs and crime. (Crime and Justice, Vol. 13.) x + 574 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Drug abuse in society: a reference handbook.Author(s): Woods, G.Publisher: Santa Barbara, CA * ABC-CLIO;Source: xi + 269 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Drug abuse in society: a reference handbook.Author(s): Woods, G.Publisher: Santa Barbara, CA * ABC-CLIO;Source: xi + 269 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Drug abuse: an introduction.Author(s): Abadinsky, H.Publisher: Chicago * Nelson-HallSource: vii + 335 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Drug abuse in the United States: a policy report.Author(s): Nelson, A. R.Publisher: Chicago, IL * American Medical AssociationSource: BOT Rep. NNN (A-88). mimeogr. 26 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Drug abuse issues in 1988.Author(s): Petricciani, J. C.Publisher: Providence, RI * Manisses Communications GroupSource: Pp. 35-38. In: Keeping hope alive: proceedings of the American Society on Alcoholism and Other Drug Dependencies forum on AIDS and chemical dependency. iii + 101 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Drug abuse: opposing viewpointsAuthor(s): Torr, J. D., Barbour, S. and Hurley, J. A., eds.Publisher: San Diego * Greenhaven PressSource: 176 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Drug abuse. (Opposing Viewpoints series.)Publisher: San Diego, CA * Greenhaven Press;Source: 212 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Drug abuse prevention: a school and community partnership.Author(s): Wilson, R. and Kolander, C.Publisher: Sudbury, MA * Jones and Bartlett;Source: 2d ed. xviii + 346 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Drug abuse sourcebookAuthor(s): Bellenir, K., ed.Publisher: Detroit * OmnigraphicsSource: xii + 629 pp.Year: 2000
Title: Drug abuse technology transfer. Clinical Report Series.Author(s): National Institute on Drug Abuse.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: iv + 85 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Drug abuse treatment.Author(s): Anglin, M. D. and Hser, Y.-I.Publisher: Totowa, NJ * Humana Press;Source: Pp. 1-36. In: Watson, R. R., ed. Drug abuse treatment. (Drug and Alcohol Abuse Reviews, vol. 4.) x + 206 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Drug abuse treatment in prisons and jails. (NIDA Res. Monogr. No. 118.)Author(s): National Institute on Drug Abuse.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: v + 299 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Drug addiction: the promise of treatmentPublisher: Providence, RI * Physician Leadership on National Drug Policy;Format: AudiovisualYear: [1998]Length: 1/2" video cassette (18min)
Title: Drug addiction treatment research: German and American perspectives.Author(s): Bühringer, G. and Platt, J. J.Publisher: Malabar, FL * Kruger Publishing Co.;Source: xxii + 528 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Drug and alcohol abuse in the schools: a practical policy guide for administrators and teachers on how to combat drugs and alcohol.Author(s): Lewis, J. F., James, R. J. and Hastings, S. C.Publisher: Topeka, KA * National Organization on Legal Problems of Education;Source: 38 pp.Year: 1987
Title: Drug and alcohol addiction in Singapore: issues and challenges in control and treatment strategiesAuthor(s): Osman, M. M.Year: 2002Journal: Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions 2(3/4): 97-117ISSN: 1533-256XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drug and alcohol dependence policies, legislation and programmes for treatment and rehabilitationAuthor(s): Porter, L., Argandona, M. and Curran, W. J.Publisher: Geneva * World Health OrganizationSource: vii + 726 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Drug and Alcohol Dependent Offenders Treatment Act of 1989.Author(s): U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Judiciary.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: Report to accompany H.R. 3007, 101st Congress, 1st session, 6 Oct., 1989. 8 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Drug and Alcohol Offenders Treatment Act of 1992. Report to accompany H. R. 4776, 102d Congress, 2d session.Author(s): U. S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: 9 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Drug and alcohol problems and the developing world. (Editorial.)Author(s): Baasher, T.Publisher: DeCrespigny Park, London * Institute of PsychiatrySource: Other Populations and Alcohol * Pp. 13-16. In: Psychiatry and the addictions. (International Review of Psychiatry, Vol. 1, Nos. 1/2, 1989.) 190 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Drug and alcohol testing for local government transportation employees: the public employer's guideAuthor(s): Gustafson, K. H.Publisher: Washington * International City/County Management Assoc.;Format: Manual. 4.Source: xii + 377 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Drug availability in a public health perspective.Author(s): Mosher, J. F.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: Chap. 4, pp. 129-168. In: Office for Substance Abuse Prevention. Youth and drugs: society's mixed messages. (OSAP Prevent. Monogr. No. 6.) viii + 174 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Drug consumption and drug treatment in a drug-producing country: Colombia between myth and reality - a view from the insideAuthor(s): Pérez-Gómez, A.Publisher: Thousand Oaks, CA * SAGE PublicationsSource: Chap. 17, pp. 173-181. In: Klingemann, H. and Hunt, G., eds. Drug treatment systems in an international perspective: drugs, demons, and delinquents. xix + 340 pp.Year: 1998
Title: Drug consumption facilities in the NetherlandsAuthor(s): Wolf, J., Linssen, L. and de Graaf, I.Year: 2003Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 33(3): 649-662ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drug consumption facilities: an update since 2000Author(s): Kimber, J., Dolan, K., Van Beek, I., Hedrich, D. and Zurhold, H.Year: 2003Journal: Drug and Alcohol Review 22(2): 227-233ISSN: 0959-5236Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drug consumption rooms in Hamburg, Germany: evaluation of the effects on harm reduction and the reduction of public nuisanceAuthor(s): Zurhold, H., Degkwitz, P., Verthein, U. and Haasen, C.Year: 2003Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 33(3): 663-688ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drug control and asset seizures: a review of the history of forfeiture in England and Colonial America.Author(s): Greek, C.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and Bacon;Source: Chap. 5, pp. 109-137. In: Mieczkowski, T., ed. Drugs, crime, and social policy: research, issues, and concerns. xiv + 322 pp.Year: 1992
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Title: Drug courtsAuthor(s): Belenko, S.Publisher: New York * SpringerSource: Chap. 23, pp. 301-318. In: Leukefeld, C. G., Tims, F. and Farabee, D., eds. Treatment of drug offenders: policies and issues. xiv + 453 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Drug courts are a promising solution to the drug problem.Author(s): Gebelein, R.S.Publisher: Farmington Hills, MI * Greenhaven PressSource: Chap. 4, viewpoint 7, pp. 180-189. In: Egendorf, L.K., ed. Chemical dependency: opposing viewpoints. 208 pp.Year: 2003
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Title: Drug courts have not reduced the drug problem.Author(s): Hostetler, M.Publisher: Farmington Hills, MI * Greenhaven PressSource: Chap. 4, viewpoint 8, pp. 190-196. In: Egendorf, L.K., ed. Chemical dependency: opposing viewpoints. 208 pp.Year: 2003
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Title: Drug-free families, schools, and workplaces.Author(s): President's Commission on Model State Drug Laws.Publisher: Washington * Office of National Drug Control Policy;Source: xi + 319 pp.Year: 1993
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Title: Drug-free workplace requirements: notice and final rules.Year: 1990Journal: Federal Register, pp. 21678-21709, MayISSN: 0097-6326Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
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Title: Drug law and policy in Germany and the European community: recent developments.Author(s): Bollinger, L.Year: 2004Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 34(3): 491-510ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drug legalization-catastrophe for Black Americans.Author(s): U.S. Congress. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.Source: Hearing, 100th Congress, 2d session, 16 Sept., 1988. iii + 138 pp.Year: 1989
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Title: Drug misuse and the community pharmacist: a historical overview.Author(s): Anderson, S. and Berridge, V.Publisher: London * Taylor and Francis;Source: Chap. 3, pp. 17-35. In: Sheridan, J. and Strang, J., eds. Drug misuse and community pharmacy. viii + 216 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Drug misuse and community pharmacy in Scotland.Author(s): Bond, C.M. and Matheson, C.Publisher: London * Taylor and Francis;Source: Chap. 5, pp. 47-61. In: Sheridan, J. and Strang, J., eds. Drug misuse and community pharmacy. viii + 216 pp.Year: 2003
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Title: Drug misuse: prevention, harm minimization and treatmentAuthor(s): Keene, J.Publisher: London * Chapman and HallSource: xv + 356 pp.Year: 1997
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Title: Drug of choice and driving: drink drive programs in Victorian prisons.Author(s): Marshall, P.Publisher: Adelaide * NHMRC Road Accident Research Unit, University of Adelaide;Source: Pp. 793-798. In: Kloeden, C. N. and McLean, A. J., eds. Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety: proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Adelaide, 13 August - 18 August 1995. Vol. 2. Pp. 565-957.Year: 1995
Title: Drug Offender's Driving Privileges Suspension Act of 1989. Hearing, 101st Congress, 1st session, 15 November 1989.Author(s): U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Environmental and Public Works. Subcommittee on Water Resources, Transportation, and Infrastructure.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: iii + 121 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Drug policies and problems: the promise and pitalls of cross-national comparison.Author(s): MacCoun, R. J., Saiger, A. J., Kahan, J. P. and Reuter, P.Publisher: London * Whurr Publishers;Source: 15 pp. Santa Monica, CA: RAND; 1993. Also in: Psychoactive drugs & harm reduction: from faith to science; pp. 103-117.Year: 1993
Title: Drug policy and human nature: psychological perspectives on the prevention, management, and treatment of illicit drug abuseAuthor(s): Bickel, W. K. and DeGranpre, R. J. eds.Publisher: New York * Plenum PressSource: xiii + 326 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Drug policy by popular referendum: this, too, shall pass.Author(s): Marlowe, D.B., Elwork, A., Festinger, D.S. and McLellan, A.T.Year: 2003Journal: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 25(3): 213-221ISSN: 0740-5472Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drug policy changes in Europe and the USA: alternatives to international warfare.Author(s): Wever, L.Year: 1992Journal: International Journal of Drug Policy 3 (No. 4): 176-181,ISSN: 0955-3959Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drug policy changes in the Netherlands: practical, scientific and political dimensions in a process of policy rationalisation.Author(s): Wever, L. J. S.Publisher: Oslo * National Directorate for the Prevention of Alcohol and Drug ProblemsSource: Pp. 799-809. In: International Congress on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, 35th, Oslo, 1988. Proceedings. Vol. 4: papers. [xii] + 909 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Drug policy in the federal workforce. Hearing, 104th Congress, 2d session, 20 Sept., 1996Author(s): U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Government Reform and Oversight. Subcommittee on the Civil Service.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: iii + 118 pp.Year: 1998
Title: Drug policy reform and its detractors: the United States as the elephant in the closet.Author(s): Bullington, B.Year: 2004Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 34(3): 687-722ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drug policy: striking the right balance.Author(s): Goldstein, A. and Kalant, H.Year: 1990Journal: Science 249: 1513-1521,ISSN: 0036-8075Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The drug problem in Sioux City--a multistate approach to drug control. Hearing, 101st Congress, 2d session.Author(s): U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Appropriations.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: iii + 34 pp.Year: 1990
Title: The drug problem: a new view using the general semantics approachAuthor(s): Levinson, M. H.Publisher: Westport, CT * PraegerSource: x + 206 pp.Year: 2002
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Title: Drug prohibition and the conscience of nations.Author(s): Trebach, A. S. and Zeese, K. B., eds.Publisher: Washington * Drug Policy Foundation;Source: ix + 250 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Drug prohibition and the conscience of nations.Author(s): Trebach, A. S. and Zeese, K. B., eds.Publisher: Washington * Drug Policy FoundationSource: ix + 250 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Drug prohibition in the United States: costs, consequences, and alternatives.Author(s): Nadelmann, E. A.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and Bacon;Source: Chap. 14, pp. 299-322. In: Mieczkowski, T., ed. Drugs, crime, and social policy: research, issues, and concerns. xiv + 322 pp.Year: 1992
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Title: Drug reform principles and policy debates: harm reduction prospects for cannabis in CanadaAuthor(s): Hathaway, A. D. and Erickson, P. G.Year: 2003Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 33(2): 465-496ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drug research in Britain: the relation between research and policy.Author(s): Berridge, V.Publisher: Avebury, England * Gower Publishing Co. Ltd.;Source: Chap. 1, pp. 1-15. In: Berridge, V., ed. Drugs research and policy in Britain: a review of the 1980s. x + 298 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Drugs 101: an overview for teensAuthor(s): Hyde, M.O. and Setaro, J.F.Publisher: Brookfield, CT * Twenty-First Century BooksSource: 159 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Drugs, addiction, and the law: policy, politics, and public health.Author(s): Cohen, P.J.Publisher: Durham, NC * Carolina Academic PressSource: xxix + 375 pp.Year: 2004
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Title: Drugs, alcohol, and society: social structure, process, and policy.Author(s): Akers, R. L.Publisher: Belmont, CA * Wadsworth Publishing Co.;Source: xv + 304 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Drugs--the American family in crisis: a judicial response; 39 recommendations.Author(s): National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges.Publisher: Reno * University of NevadaSource: Metropolitan Court Judges Committee Report. vii + 51 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Drugs and addictive behaviour: a guide to treatment.Author(s): Ghodse, H.Publisher: Oxford * Blackwell Scientific PublicationsSource: viii + 328 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Drugs and addictive behaviour: a guide to treatment.Author(s): Ghodse, H.Publisher: Oxford * Blackwell Science Ltd;Source: 2nd ed. xvii + 422 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Drugs and addictive behaviour: a guide to treatmentAuthor(s): Ghodse, H.Publisher: Cambridge, UK * Cambridge University PressSource: 3d ed. xvii + 501 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Drugs and alcohol in perspective.Author(s): Fields, R.Publisher: Dubuque, IA * Wm. C. Brown Publishers;Source: xxiv + 372 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Drugs and alcohol in the workplace: testing and privacy.Author(s): Cornish, C. M.Publisher: Wilmette, IL * Callaghan & Co.;Source: xiv + 397 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Drugs and alcohol: US prohibition and the origins of the drug trade in Mexico, 1910-1930Author(s): Recio, G.Year: 2002Journal: Journal of Latin American Studies 34: 21-42
Title: Drugs and behavior. 3rd ed.Author(s): Leavitt, F.Publisher: Thousand Oaks, CA * Sage Publications;Source: xxi + 525 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Drugs and behavior: a sourcebook for the helping professions.Author(s): Schilit, R. and Gomberg, E. S. L.Publisher: Newbury Park, CA * SAGE PublicationsSource: viii + 356 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Drugs and crime.Author(s): Wilson, J. Q.Publisher: Chicago * University of Chicago Press;Source: Pp. 521-545. In: Tonry, M. and Wilson, J. Q., eds. Drugs and crime. (Crime and Justice, Vol. 13.) x + 574 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Drugs and crime facts, 1993.Author(s): U. S. Department of Justice. Bureau of Justice Statistics.Publisher: Rockville, MD * Drugs and Crime Data Center & Clearinghouse;Source: 35 pp.Year: 1994
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Title: Drugs and drug abuse: government organization and employees.Author(s): U.S. Laws, Statutes, etc.Publisher: Washington * U.S. Govt Print. Off.;Source: Public law 100-71, title V.Year: 1987
Title: Drugs and drug addiction: indicators and trendsPublisher: Paris * Observatoire Francais des Drogues et des ToxicomaniesSource: 123 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Drugs and drug policy in America: a documentary historyAuthor(s): Belenko, S. R., ed.Publisher: Westport, CT * Greenwood PressSource: xxxiv + 380 pp.Year: 2000
Title: Drugs and the law.Author(s): Poulter, G.Publisher: Oxford, UK * Radcliffe PublishingFormat: Manual. 4Source: Chap. 16, pp. 167-175. In: Beaumont, B., ed. Care of drug users in general practice: a harm reduction approach. 2d ed. x + 190 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Drugs and the law: detection, recognition & investigation.Author(s): Miller, G. J.Publisher: Altamonte Springs, FL * Gould Publications, Inc.;Source: vi + 760 pp.Year: 1992
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Title: Drugs and peace: new meanings, old metaphors - the Palestinian-Israeli People Against Substance Abuse (PIPASA) experienceAuthor(s): Sussman, G.Publisher: Westport, CT * Auburn HouseSource: Chap. 2, pp. 25-40. In: Isralowitz, R., Afifi, M. and Rawson, R., eds. Drug problems: cross-cultural policy and program development. xi + 293 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Drugs and the social body.Author(s): Mann, P. S.Year: 1991Journal: Mt. Sinai J. Med. 58: 427-432,ISSN: 0027-2507Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drugs and society.Author(s): Witters, W., Venturelli, P. and Hanson, G.Publisher: Boston * Jones and Bartlett Publishers;Source: 3d ed. iv + 495 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Drugs and societyAuthor(s): Hanson, G. and Venturelli, P. J.Publisher: Sudbury, MA * Jones and Bartlett PublishersSource: 6th ed. xii + 530 pp.Year: 2001
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Title: Drugs and society. 5th ed.Author(s): Hanson, G. and Venturelli, P.Publisher: Sudbury, MA * Jones and BartlettSource: xii + 516pp.Year: 1998
Title: Drugs and society to the year 2000. Proceedings of the XIV World Conference of Therapeutic Communities.Author(s): Vamos, P. A. and Corriveau, P. J., eds.Publisher: Montreal * Portage Program for Drug Dependencies Inc.;Source: Volume I, pp. 1-673.Year: 1992
Title: Drugs and society to the year 2000. Proceedings of the XIV World Conference of Therapeutic Communities.Author(s): Vamos, P. A. and Corriveau, P. J., eds.Publisher: Montreal * Portage Program for Drug Dependencies Inc.;Source: Volume II, pp. 676-1381.Year: 1992
Title: Drugs and sportsAuthor(s): Stewart, G. B.Publisher: San Diego * Greenhaven PressSource: 109 pp.Year: 1998
Title: Drugs, behavior, and modern society.Author(s): Levinthal, C. F.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and Bacon;Source: xvi + 431 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Drugs, behavior, and modern societyAuthor(s): Levinthal, C. F.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and BaconSource: 2d ed. xxiv + 390 pp. + CD-ROM.Year: 1999
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Title: Drug scenes: a report on drugs and drug dependence by the Royal College of Psychiatrists.Author(s): Royal College of Psychiatrists.Publisher: London * GaskellSource: ix + 238 pp.Year: 1987
Title: Drug screening in the athletic setting.Author(s): Landry, G. L. and Kokotailo, P. K.Source: Other Populations and AlcoholYear: 1994Journal: Curr. Prob. Pediatr. 24: 344-359,
Title: Drug screening in the workplace: use, abuse and implications.Author(s): Grabowski, J. and Silverman, P. B.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: Pp. 225-231. In: National Institute on Drug Abuse. Problems of drug dependence 1989. (NIDA Res. Monogr. No. 95.) xxiii + 727 pp.Year: 1990
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Title: The drugs-crime connection.Author(s): Nurco, D. N., Kinlock, T. W. and Hanlon, T. E.Publisher: New York * Greenwood Press;Source: Chap. 3, pp. 71-90. In: Inciardi, J. A., ed. Handbook of drug control in the United States. xv + 421 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Drugs, cultures and controls in comparative perspectiveAuthor(s): Coomber, R. and South, N.Publisher: London * Free Association BooksSource: Chap. 1, pp. 13-26. In: Coomber, R. and South, N., eds. Drug use and cultural contexts "beyond the West": tradition, change and post-colonialism. 219 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Drugs: cultures, controls and everyday lifeAuthor(s): South, N., ed.Publisher: London * SAGE PublicationsSource: xi + 164 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Drugs detected in saliva samples from Danish driversAuthor(s): Steentoft, A., Johansen, S.S. and Muller, I.B.Publisher: Quebec * Societe de l'Assurance Automobile du QuebecSource: Pp. 1103-1106. In: Mayhew, D.R. and Dussault, C., eds. Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Montreal, Canada, August 4-9, 2002: T 2002. Volume 3. Pp. 803-1244.Year: 2002
Title: Drugs: a factual account.Author(s): Dusek, D. E. and Girdano, D. A.Publisher: New York * Random HouseSource: 4th ed. x + 245 pp.Year: 1987
Title: Drugs: a factual account. 5th ed.Author(s): Dusek, D. E. and Girdano, D. A.Publisher: New York * McGraw-Hill, Inc.;Source: xx + 343 pp.Year: 1993
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Title: Drugs in American society. 4th ed.Author(s): Goode, E.Publisher: New York * McGraw-Hill;Source: xiv + 434 pp.Year: 1993
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Title: Drugs in competitive athletics.Author(s): Shipe, J. R., Jr. and Savory, J., eds.Publisher: Oxford * Blackwell Scientific PublicationsSource: Proceedings of the First International Symposium held on the Islands of Brioni, Yugoslavia 29 May - 2 June 1988. v + 139 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Drugs: an introduction.Author(s): Abadinsky, H.Publisher: Belmont, CA * Wadsworth;Source: 5th ed. xviii + 437 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Drugs in the western hemisphere: an Odyssey of cultures in conflict. (Jaguar Books on Latin America, No. 12.)Author(s): Walker, W. O., III, ed.Publisher: Wilmington, DE * Scholarly ResourcesSource: xxvii + 262 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Drugs in the workplace manual--1990 edition.Publisher: New York * Business Research Publications, Inc.Source: Varying pages.Year: 1991
Title: Drugs in the workplace: today's approaches to prevention.Author(s): Jaynes, P. K. and Nasrallah, A. G.Publisher: Greenvale, NY * Panel PublishersSource: Pp. 141-199. In: Work and health: strategies for maintaining a vital workforce. vi + 300 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Drugs: issues for today. 2d ed.Author(s): Pinger, R. R., Payne, W. A., Hahn, D. B. and Hahn, E. J.Publisher: St. Louis * Mosby- Year BookFormat: Manual. 3.Source: xx + 420 pp.Year: 1995
Title: The drug situation in Thailand: the role of government and the policeAuthor(s): Cheurprakobkit, S.Year: 2000Journal: Drug and Alcohol Review 19(1): 17-26ISSN: 0959-5236Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drugs, law enforcement and criminology.Author(s): Pearson, G.Publisher: Avebury, England * Gower Publishing Co. Ltd.;Source: Chap. 6, pp. 139-169. In: Berridge, V., ed. Drugs research and policy in Britain: a review of the 1980s. x + 298 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Drugs: legalization.Publisher: Rockville, MD * National Institute of Justice.Format: Audiovisual.Length: 1/2" video cassette ( 30 min.)
Title: Drugs of abuse.Author(s): U.S. Department of Justice. Drug Enforcement Administration.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: 1988 ed. 60 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Drugs of abuse: 1988 edition.Author(s): U.S. Department of Justice. Drug Enforcement Administration.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: 60 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Drugs of abuse and fatal automobile accidents.Author(s): Root, I.Publisher: Chicago * National Safety Council;Source: Pp. 602-607. In: Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety: proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, October 24-27, 1989, Chicago. xxvi + 970 pp.Year: 1990
Title: The drug solution.Author(s): Mitchell, C. N.Publisher: Ottawa * Carleton University PressSource: xxii + 362 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Drugs: partnerships for policy, prevention and education; a practical approach for working togetherAuthor(s): O'Connor, L., O'Connor, D. and Best, R., eds.Publisher: London * CassellSource: xiv + 114 pp.Year: 1998
Title: Drugs, public health and policing in indigenous communities. (Editorial.)Author(s): Maher, L.Year: 2004Journal: Drug and Alcohol Review 23(3): 249-251ISSN: 0959-5236Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drugs, society, and human behavior.Author(s): Ray, O. and Ksir, C.Publisher: St. Louis * Mosby-Year Book;Source: 6th ed. xvii + 462 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Drugs, society, and human behavior.Author(s): Ray, O. and Ksir, C.Publisher: St. Louis * Mosby-Year BookSource: 7th edition. xvii + 462 pp. + appendices.Year: 1996
Title: Drugs, society, and human behaviorAuthor(s): Ray, O. and Ksir, C.Publisher: Boston * WCB/McGraw-HillSource: 8th ed. xvii + 494 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Drugs, society, and human behaviorAuthor(s): Ray, O. and Ksir, C.Publisher: New York * McGraw-HillSource: 9th ed. xvi + 528 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Drugs, sports, and politics.Author(s): Voy, R.Publisher: Champaign, IL * Leisure Press;Source: xviii + 227 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Drug testing.Author(s): Wish, E.Publisher: Rockville, MD * National Institute of Justice;Source: 4 pp.Year: 1987
Title: Drug testing.Author(s): Fay, J.Publisher: Boston * Butterworth-HeinemannSource: xii + 372 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Drug testing.Author(s): DuPont, R. L.Publisher: New York * Wiley-Liss;Source: Chap. 6, pp. 86-94. In: Miller, N. S., Gold, M. S. and Smith, D. E., eds. Manual of therapeutics for addictions. xi + 352 pp.Year: 1997
Title: Drug testing.Author(s): Ackerman, D. L.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and Bacon;Source: Chap. 22, pp. 473-489. In: Coombs, R. H. and Ziedonis, D. M., eds. Handbook on drug abuse prevention: a comprehensive strategy to prevent the abuse of alcohol and other drugs. xx + 551 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Drug testing.Author(s): Gluckman, I.Year: 1988Journal: Student Assistance Journal 1 (No. 3): 13, 47, 55-57,ISSN: 1042-6388Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drug testing and the constitution.Author(s): Haas, K. C.Publisher: New York * Greenwood Press;Source: Pp. 245-266. In: Inciardi, J. A., ed. Handbook of drug control in the United States. xv + 421 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Drug testing and the identification of drug-abusing criminals.Author(s): Wish, E. D.Publisher: New York * Greenwood Press;Source: Pp. 229-244. In: Inciardi, J. A., ed. Handbook of drug control in the United States. xv + 421 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Drug testing as an element of the everlasting drug war.Author(s): Shaw, E. C. and Fleming, R. T.Publisher: Ft. Lauderdale;Source: Pp. 693-701. In: Testing for drug use in the American workplace: a symposium. (Nova Law Review, Vol. 11, No. 2.) Pp. 291-889.Year: 1987
Title: Drug testing as experienced by mandatory participants.Author(s): Coombs, R. H.Publisher: New York * Oxford University PressSource: Chap. 10, pp. 202-219. In: Coombs, R. H. and West, J. L., eds. Drug testing: issues and options. xxiii + 245 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Drug testing at work: issues and perspectivesAuthor(s): White, T.Year: 2003Journal: Substance Use and Misuse 38(11-13): 1891-1902ISSN: 1082-6084Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drug testing: clinical and workplace issues.Author(s): Phelps, G. and Field, P.Publisher: St. Louis * Mosby Year Book;Source: Chap. 7, pp. 125-142. In: Fleming, M. F. and Barry, K. L., eds. Addictive disorders. xxv + 439 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Drug testing, employability and welfare.Author(s): Csiernik, R. and Gorlick, C.Publisher: Toronto * Canadian Scholars' PressSource: Chap. 19, pp. 293-309. In Csiernik, R. and Rowe, W.S., eds. Responding to the oppression of addiction: Canadian social work perspectives. xv + 352 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Drug testing from the arbitrator's perspective.Author(s): Denenberg, T. S. and Denenberg, R. V.Publisher: Ft. Lauderdale;Source: Pp. 371-413. In: Testing for drug use in the American workplace: a symposium. (Nova Law Review, Vol. 11, No. 2.) Pp. 291-889.Year: 1987
Title: Drug testing: history, philosophy, and rationale.Author(s): Merdink, J. and Woolley, B.Publisher: Dubuque, IA * Wm. C. Brown PublishersSource: Chap. 8, pp. 161-171. In: Tricker, R. and Cook, D. L., eds. Athletes at risk: drugs and sport. xv + 192 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Drug testing in athletics.Author(s): Zemper, E. D.Publisher: New York * Oxford University PressSource: Chap. 6, pp. 113-139. In: Coombs, R. H. and West, J. L., eds. Drug testing: issues and options. xxiii + 245 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Drug testing in the federal government.Author(s): Schroeder, P. and Nelson, A. L.Publisher: Ft. Lauderdale;Source: Pp. 685-691. In: Testing for drug use in the American workplace: a symposium. (Nova Law Review, Vol. 11, No. 2.) Pp. 291-889.Year: 1987
Title: Drug testing in the private and public sectors.Author(s): Walsh, J. M.Year: 1989Journal: Bull, N.Y. Acad. Med. 65: 166-172,
Title: Drug testing in schools.Publisher: Rockville, MD * National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug InformationFormat: Audiovisual.Year: 2004Length: 1/2" video cassette (60 min.)
Title: Drug testing in schools: good practice or bad politics?Author(s): Bukstein, O.G.Year: 2004Journal: Behavioral Health Management 24(4): 17-18, 20,ISSN: 1075-6701Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drug testing in the workplace.Author(s): DeCresce, R. P., Lifshitz, M. S., Mazura, A. C., Tilson, J. E., Ambre, J. and Cochran, K. M.Publisher: Washington * Bureau of National AffairsSource: xii + 278 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Drug testing: issues and options.Author(s): Coombs, R. H. and West, L. J., eds.Publisher: New York * Oxford University PressSource: xxiii + 245 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Drug testing legal manual and practice aids: volume 1. 2d ed.Author(s): Zeese, K. B.Publisher: Deerfield, IL * Clark Boardman CallaghanSource: varying pages.Year: 1996
Title: Drug testing legal manual and practice aids: volume 2. 2d edAuthor(s): Zeese, K. B.Publisher: Deerfield, IL * Clark Boardman CallaghanSource: varying pages.Year: 1996
Title: Drug testing: legal manual. Guidelines and alternatives.Author(s): Zeese, K. B.Publisher: New York * Clark BoardmanSource: xv + varying pages.Year: 1988
Title: Drug testing: a necessary pre-requisite for treatment and for crime controlAuthor(s): Carver, J.A.Publisher: London * RoutledgeSource: Chap. 8, pp. 142-177. In: Bean, P. and Nemitz, T. eds. Drug treatment: what works? xvi + 249 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Drug testing: personal rights vs. public safety.Author(s): Kepler, A.Year: 1988Journal: Traffic Safety 88 (No. 4): 14-17,ISSN: 0041-0721Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only