2 edition of Drug use, drug-use attitudes, and the authoritarianism-rebellion dimension. found in the catalog.
Drug use, drug-use attitudes, and the authoritarianism-rebellion dimension.
Paul Max Kohn
by Institute for Behavioural Research, York University in Toronto
Written in English
|Statement||Paul M. Kohn and G.W. Mercer.|
|Series||Research report / York University Institute for Behavioural Research, Research report (York University (Toronto, Ont.). Institute for Behavioural Research)|
|Contributions||Mercer, G. William.|
|LC Classifications||HV5840 C22 T65|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||17|
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Drug use and attitudes toward drug use may be related to a left-right, rebellious-author-itarian dimension of sociopolitical ideology. The present study was designed to examine this relationship directly.
To this end, re-spondents' positions on the authoritarian-ism-rebellion dimension were assessed through their responses to a thirty-item. J Health Soc Behav. Jun;12(2) Drug use, drug-use attitudes, and the authoritarianism-rebellion dimension.
Kohn PM, Mercer by: Drug use, drug-use attitudes, and the authoritarianism-rebellion dimension. The authors report on a study of York University undergraduates, in an attempt to explore attitudes to drug use and the prevailing sociopolitical ideology, especially the authoritarianism-rebellion by: Staff and drug users were selected so that they would represent a range of treatment methods and a range in amount and type of drug use.
Data were collected over a 3 month period during in Miami, Fla. Osgood's Semantic Differentialz3 was used to measure attitudes toward certain drug users and other relevant by: 3.
Additional survey chapters discuss general and historical information on illegal drug use, the effect of drugs on the brain, the war on drugs, drugs in the workplace, the economy and culture of illegal drugs, and information on thirty-three psychoactive drugs that are legal in the United States, from caffeine, alcohol and tobacco to betel nuts and kava by: The first wave of mass drug use, in the s and s, was psychedelic in its pretensions and exclusive socially.
In the s drugs began to look like a menace to society as a whole. Then came. A hierarchical regression analysis was conducted to examine the relationship between marijuana use frequency and attitudes toward both marijuana use and drug-free experience (see Table 1).All carriers were centered to reduce multicollinearity (Aiken & West, ).Only participants who reported using marijuana 10 or more times in their lifetime (n = ) were included to maintain focus on.
The Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes of Professional Practice (The Competencies) is a key component of that strategy. Inin cooperation with its Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) Network, SAMHSA published a comprehensive list of competencies that substance abuse.
Five key dimensions of normalization are identified: availability/access; drug trying rates; usage rates; accommodating attitudes to ‘sensible’ recreational drug use especially by non users; and degree of cultural accommodation of illegal drug use.
A review of recent UK. iv Preventing Drug Use among Children and Adolescents National Institute on Drug Abuse Preface v Today’s youth face many risks, including drug abuse, violence, and HIV/AIDS. Responding to these risks before they become problems can be difficult.
One of the goals of the National Institute on Drug Abuse. The You and Your School Questionnaire were used to measure DARE objectives, and other factors associated with drug use.
The questionnaire consists of 10 scales including Belief in pro-social norms, Social Integration, Commitment to school, Rebellious behaviour, Peer drug modelling, Attitudes against substance use, Attachment to school, Self-esteem, Assertiveness and Positive peer modelling.
This book offers a new history of drug use in sport. It argues that the idea of taking drugs to enhance performance has not always been the crisis or ‘evil’ we now think it is. Instead, the late nineteenth century was a time of some experimentation and innovation largely unhindered by talk of cheating or health s: 3.
Drug Use, Drug-Use Attitudes, and the Authoritarianism-Rebellion Dimension. Drug Use, Drug-Use Attitudes, and the Authoritarianism-Rebellion Dimension (pp. ) Physician Characteristics and Attitudes Toward Legitimate Use of Psychotherapeutic Drugs. The role of culture in substance use and abuse.
Sociocultural beliefs can shape the approach to and behavior regarding substance use and abuse. Culture plays a central role in forming the expectations of individuals about potential problems they may face with drug use. 1 For many social groups, this may provide a protective factor.
An example. Drug abuse among the students. beliefs and attitudes to drug use, There are many reasons that can lead to illegal use of drugs (Glantz &Hartel, ). However, when asked specifically about drug use, most Americans (62 percent) say at least one type of substance use is a serious problem in their community.
About a third consider the use of heroin and prescription painkillers a very or extremely serious problem in their communities, similar to the number who say the same about the use of alcohol and other drugs such as cocaine or methamphetamines.
One area where this is very obvious is in the attitudes of the younger and older generations about drug use. The challenge many parents have had to face on the increasing use of drugs by their children is shown by a teen-age son who protests: “Alcohol and coffee are the choice of your generation; drugs are the choice of my generation.
Attitudes towards taking drugs oneself Edit Attitudes towards others taking drugs Edit Drug usage attitudes of drug abuse Edit See also Edit. Alchol drinking attitudes; Drug education; Health attitudes; Health knowledge; Health promotion; Lifestye changes; Marijuana legalization; References & Bibliography Edit Key texts Edit Books Edit Papers.
DEGREESIDrug Use, Policy, and Management DEGREESR examines important issues about the use and abuse of legal and illegal drugs from multiple perspectives including the social context of reality, historical and present patterns of drug use, causal factors associated with addiction, personality characteristics of the addict, consequences of.
NIDA wishes to thank the following individuals for their guidance and comments during the development and review of this publication: Karen L.
Bierman, Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University Hyman Hops, Ph.D. Oregon Research Institute C. Hendricks Brown, Ph.D. University of South Florida Eugene R. Oetting, Ph.D. Colorado State University Richard R. Clayton, Ph.D. University of Kentucky.
Stiff penalties for drug use, including mandatory sentencing for drug crimes, remained on the books. But people were starting to talk more about treatment.
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