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  • 41Drug policy of the Netherlands — Cannabis coffee shop in Amsterdam, Netherlands The drug policy of the Netherlands officially has four major objectives: To prevent recreational drug use and to treat and rehabilitate recreational drug users. To reduce harm to users. To diminish… …

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  • 42Drug Resistance Strategies Project — The Drug Resistance Strategies Project (DRS), a program funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), teaches adolescents and pre adolescents how to make decisions and resist alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs (ATOD). The DRS project was… …

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  • 43Social status — In sociology or anthropology, social status is the honor or prestige attached to one s position in society (one s social position). The stratification system, which is the system of distributing rewards to the members of society, determines… …

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  • 44Drug test — For other uses, see Drug testing (disambiguation). Drug test Diagnostics To minimize opportunities for tampering, a direct line of sight between the observer and the specimen bottle must be maintained during collection of a urine sample …

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  • 45Drug policy reform — Relative harm assessment of various drugs from the scientific journal The Lancet[1] Drug policy reform, also known as drug law reform, is a term used to describe proposed changes to the w …

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  • 46Drug injection — Shoot up redirects here. For shooting video game genre, see Shoot em up. This article is not about medical practice. For medical practices, see Intramuscular injection or Intravenous therapy. A piece of a hypodermic needle, as seen on X ray, in… …

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  • 47Drug urban legends — Many urban legends about illegal drugs have been created and circulated among children and the general public. These are commonly repeated by organizations which oppose all illegal drug use, often causing the true effects and dangers of drugs to… …

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  • 48drug cult — Introduction       group using drugs to achieve religious (religious experience) or spiritual revelation and for ritualistic purposes.       Though the idea may be strange to most modern worshippers, drugs have played an important role in the… …

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  • 49Drug Economy —    After 1949, when the People s Republic of China began suppressing the cultivation and sale of opium within its borders, Burma emerged as one of the world s largest exporters of opiates (opium and heroin) to neighboring countries and world… …

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  • 50Social Norms Approach — The social norms approach is an environmental strategy gaining ground in health campaigns Perkins, H. W. (2003). The Social Norms Approach to Preventing School and College Age Substance Abuse: A Handbook for Educators, Counselors, and Clinicians …

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  • 51drug problem —    The relatively indulgent approach of the Spanish authorities to drug taking resulted in a massively increased consumption in the 1980s. Although drug trafficking has always been illegal, public consumption was not made so until 1992, while… …

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  • 52Social problems in Chinatown — Like many other communities, the older Chinatowns have their share of social problems. Although Chinatowns are now generally viewed and valued as tourist attractions, their earlier reputation was that of dangerous or dilapidated ghettos and slums …

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  • 53Social hygiene movement — Sex hygiene is contrasted with false modesty in this frontispiece to an early 20th century book. The social or mental hygiene movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries was an attempt by Progressive era reformers to control venereal… …

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  • 54Drug-related crime — DEA Operation Mallorca, 2005 …

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  • 55Drug Court of New South Wales — The Drug Court of New South Wales is an inferior court constituted as a court or record. It is a specialist court that deals with criminal offences in which the defendant has an addiction to illicit drugs. The Court has a similar status to the… …

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  • 56Drug prohibition law — See also: Prohibition (drugs) Drug prohibition law is prohibition based law by which governments prohibit, except under licence, the production, supply, and possession of many, but not all, substances which are recognised as drugs, and which… …

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  • 57drug culture —    British drug culture has its origins in the youth subcultures of the 1950s and 1960s. While some aficionados of jazz smoked cannabis in order to enhance their enjoyment of music, it was the mod scene (mods) of the early 1960s that heralded the …

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  • 58Social Distortion (album) — Infobox Album | Name = Social Distortion Type = Album Artist = Social Distortion Released = March 27, 1990 Recorded = August–October 1989 at Track Record in North Hollywood, California Length = 41:16 Label = Epic Records Producer = Dave Jerden… …

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  • 59Drug-resistant Diseases — ▪ 1994       Infectious agents continually undergo genetic change. Today, however, this process is being fostered by human behaviour and, ironically, modern medicine. One culprit is the overuse of antibiotics. Some authorities estimate that half… …

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  • 60Social Security debate (United States) — This article concerns proposals to change the Social Security system in the United States. Social Security is a social insurance program officially called Old Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI), in reference to its three components …

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