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Heavy Metal: Social Meaning of Petrol Sniffing in Australia
Maggie Brady
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In an attempt to go beyond current explanations of Aboriginal drug abuse, which stereotype people as 'victims', Brady focuses on understanding the users' subjective decisions to engage in this behaviour. She provides an overview of the use of drugs among Aboriginal people and surveys the extant international literature. She also gives detailed descriptions of the interaction between the setting and the users, examines the substance itself, and canvasses a range of possible intervention programs.

1992, pb, 240x170mm, 238pp, b/w illus


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