Dorm Room Dealers: Drugs and the Privileges of Race and Class ePub download
by A. Rafik Mohamed
- ISBN: 1588266672
- ISBN13: 978-1588266675
- ePub: 1261 kb | FB2: 1879 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Social Sciences
- Publisher: Lynne Rienner Publishers (September 30, 2009)
- Pages: 260
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 888
- Format: lit lrf txt mbr
However, unlike these critical books, Dorm Room Dealers focuses on the privileges given to prosperous white people . I am a clinical psychologist who just finished reading Dorm Room Dealers
However, unlike these critical books, Dorm Room Dealers focuses on the privileges given to prosperous white people, making clear that they include not only material goods and social status but protection from the consequences of one's action, no matter how deeply condemned they are to society. I am a clinical psychologist who just finished reading Dorm Room Dealers. I work with a lot of clients who are working on recovery from substance abuse and have a particular interest in reading more about drugs, drug culture, and drug policies.
ch1 9/14/09 5:04 PM Page 4 4 Dorm Room Dealers States tend to have rates of drug use close to their representation in the US population. For example, federal government drug-use sur- veys indicate that African Americans make up about 15 percent of the total drug user population while whites comprise over 70 percent of all drug users.
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Dorm Room Dealers is a valuable contribution to the ethnography of drug use and drug selling and is an interesting . An excellent study that finally puts the race/class-biased War on Drugs into perspective. -William J. Chambliss, George Washington University.
Dorm Room Dealers is a valuable contribution to the ethnography of drug use and drug selling and is an interesting read, to. -Phillip S. Smith, Drug War Chronicle. Compellingly demonstrates that college drug dealers, who are mostly white and middle-class, are not subject to the same constraints as typical, street-level dealers. -Heith Copes, University of Alabama at Birmingham.
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