What is the relationship between drug trafficking, corruption and money laundering?
Drug Harms and Functions
David Nutt (2012) Drugs without the hot air: Minimising the harms of legal and illegal drugs. UIT Cambridge.
Alexander, B. (2010) The globalization of addiction: a study in the poverty of the spirit. Oxford University Press: Oxford.
Lupton, R. (2013) Risk: Key Ideas Routledge: London.
Grinspoon, L. and Bakalar , J. (1998) ‘Missed Opportunities: Beneficial Uses of Illicit Drugs’ in Coomber, R. (ed.) The Control of Drugs and Drug Users: Reason or Reaction? pp.155-159, Amsterdam: Harwood.
Cultures & Subcultures
Aldridge, J., Measham, F. and Williams, L. (2011) Illegal Leisure Revisited: Changing Patterns of Alcohol and Drug Use in Adolescents and Young Adults (Adolescence and Society Series). Routledge: Hove. Chapter 7, Ebook.
Manning, P. (Ed) Drugs and Popular Culture: Drugs, media and identity in contemporary society. Willan Publishing: Cullompton. Part 2. Ebook.
Waterman, D. (2013) Entheogens, Society and Law: The Politics of Consciousness, Autonomy and Responsibility. Melrose Books: Ely.
The History of Prohibition
Du Rose, N. (2015) The Governance of Female Drug Users: Women’s experiences of Drug Policy. Policy Press: Bristol. pp.43-46.
Boyd, S. (2004) From Witches to Crack Moms: Women, Drug Law and Policy. Carolina Academic Press: Durham. pp.28-53.
Kohn, M. (1992) Dope Girls: The Birth of the British Drug UndergroundGranta Books: London. Introduction, pp1-11.