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Drugs and Violence: Causes, Correlates, and Consequences

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 103 [Printed in 1990]

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Charles R. Schuster

Introduction: Exploring the Substance Abuse-Violence Connection-----1
Mario De La Rosa, Elizabeth Y. Lambert, and Bernard Gropper

Violence as Regulation and Social Control in the Distribution of Crack-----8
Jeffey Fagan and Ko-lin Chin

Violence Associated With Acute Cocaine Use in Patients Admitted to a Medical Emergency Department-----44
Steven L. Brody

The Operational Styles of Crack Houses in Detroit-----60
Tom Mieczkowski

The Crack-Violence Connection Within a Population of Hard-Core Adolescent Offenders-----92
James A. Inciardi

The Relationship Between Cocaine Use, Drug Sales, and Other Delinquency Among a Cohort of High-Risk Youths Over Time-----112
Richard Dembo, Linda Williams, Werner Wothke, James Schmeidler, Alan Getreu, Estrellita Berry, Eric D. Wish, and Candice Christensen

The Drug Use-Violent Delinquency Link Among Adolescent Mexican-Americans-----136
W. David Watts and Loyd S. Wright

Gangs, Drugs, and Violence-----160
Joan Moore

The Interrelationships Between Alcohol and Drugs and Family Violence-----177
Brenda A. Miller

Drug-Related Violence and Street Prostitution-----208
Claire E. Sterk and Kirk W. Elifson

Drug Disorder, Mental Illness, and Violence-----222
Karen M. Abram and Linda A. Teplin

Who's Right: Different Outcomes When Police and Scientists View the Same Set of Homicide Events, New York City, 1988-----239
Patrick J. Ryan, Paul J. Goldstein, Henry H. Brownstein, and Patrica A. Bellucci

Summary Thoughts About Drugs and Violence-----265
James J. Collins

List of NIDA Research Monographs-----276

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