- Drug abuse -- Social aspects
- Popular culture
- Drugs and mass media
- 184392210X (pbk.)
- 9781843922100 (pbk.)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Introduction Part 1 Context and history Part 1 introduction 1 Drugs and popular culture: an introduction to theoretical approaches and research traditions (P Manning) 2 Mental health and moral panic: drug discourses in history (A Blake) Part 2 Drugs as popular culture: considering the 'normalisation thesis' Introduction to part 2 3 Illegal leisure (H Parker, J Aldridge and F Measham) 4 Definitely, maybe, not? The normalization of recreational drug use amongst young people (M Shiner and T Newburn) 5 The 'normalisation' of 'sensible' recreational drug use (H Parker, J Aldridge and L Williams) Part 3 Representing drugs in and as popular culture Part 3 Introduction 6 Drugs and popular music in the modern age (A Blake) 7 Drugs, the family and recent American cinema (L Grist) 8 'Freaky dancin': the regulation and censorship of illegal drugs in film (S Kimber) 9 Under a cloud: morality, ambivalence and uncertainty in news discourse of cannabis law reform in Great Britain (S Cross) 10 The symbolic framing of drug use in the news: ecstasy and volatile substance abuse (P Manning) 11 Drug dealers as folk heroes? Drugs and television situation comedy (Paul Carter) 12 'Junk, skunk and Northern Lights - representing drugs in children's literature (Andy Melrose and Vanessa Harbour) Part 4 Identities, cultures, drugs Part 4 Introduction 13 Echoes of drug culture in urban music (Oluyinka Esan) 14 Drugs and identity: being a junkie mum (Sarah Goode) 15 Women, drugs and popular culture: is there a need for a feminist embodiment perspective? (Elizabeth Ettore) 16 The drugs of labour: the contested nature of popular drug use in childbirth (Laura Hubner); Index.
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