4 edition of Ethnic and Multicultural Drug Abuse found in the catalog.
January 1993 by Haworth Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Catherine S. Bolek (Editor), Joseph E. Trimble (Editor), Steve J. Niemcryk (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||387|
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Ethnic and Multicultural Drug Abuse includes summaries of ethnic-minority drug abuse literature and identifies knowledge gaps, highlighting areas in need of more research.
The authors, most from African-American, American Indian, Asian Pacific-American, or Hispanic backgrounds, discuss topics related to the research development process, report Cited by: Ethnic and Multicultural Drug Abuse includes summaries of ethnic-minority drug abuse literature and identifies knowledge gaps, highlighting areas in need of more research.
The authors, most from African-American, American Indian, Asian Pacific-American, or Hispanic backgrounds, discuss topics related to Ethnic and Multicultural Drug Abuse book research development process, report Brand: Taylor And Francis.
Developing a competitive research proposal / Catherine S. Bolek [and others] --Alcohol and drug use among American minorities / Howard Rebach --Methodological issues in conducting substance abuse research on ethnic minority populations / R. Lorraine Collins --Psychosocial predictors of substance use among urban Black male adolescents / Kenneth.
A compilation of findings in the field of drug abuse research with specific ethnic-minority groups. This guide, by authors from the same ethnic-minority backgrounds, suggests effective methods of conducting and enhancing opportunities to study such.
The works provide diverse applications of a multicultural approach throughout the continuum of alcohol and drug abuse services, addressing such critical issues as maintenance of drug-free schools, program evaluation, and the role of leadership. Ethnic and Multicultural Drug Abuse includes summaries of ethnic-minority drug abuse literature and identifies knowledge gaps, highlighting areas in need of more research.
Ethnic and Multicultural Drug Abuse book authors, most from African-American, American Indian, Asian Pacific-American, or Hispanic backgrounds, discuss topics related to the research development process, report Brand: Taylor And Francis. Racial and Ethnic Differences in Substance Abuse Service Needs, Utilization, and Outcomes in California Noosha Niv, Ph.D., Rhoda Pham, B.S., and Yih-Ing Hser, Ph.D.
Niv is affiliated with the Department of Veterans Affairs Desert Pacific Mental Ethnic and Multicultural Drug Abuse book Research, Education, and Clinical Center, East 7th St., Bldg.
/JA, Long Cited by: The purpose of this report is to provide policymakers, program leaders and staff, health administrators, scientists, and others with information that Ethnic and Multicultural Drug Abuse book help them understand the nature and extent of illegal drug use, associated behaviors, and problems that now affect our Nation’s racial/ethnic minority populations and the current non-Hispanic White majority population.
Book Description. In thirteen chapters, twenty-four authors share their analyses, concerns, and conclusions in several domains including the: meaning and dynamics of multiculturalism affecting prevention intervention, relative risks and knowledge gaps across ethnic groups, social trends affecting health risks and substance abuse, lessons learned from substance abuse research.
A recent study from Washington State demonstrated the accelerated abuse of alcohol and use of illegal drugs in acculturated Hispanics. 15 Illegal drug use in the previous month and increased Ethnic and Multicultural Drug Abuse book use were reported by % compared with less than 1% of nonacculturated Hispanics and % of whites.
Nonacculturated Hispanics (recent immigrants Cited by: 8. Among Puerto Ricans, African Americans, and Asians, cultural influences and ethnic identification may significantly influence drug use. Studies conducted by NIDA researchers in New York City suggest that Puerto Rican and African-American adolescents who strongly identify with their communities and cultures are less vulnerable to risk factors for drug use and benefit more.
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Use features Ethnic and Multicultural Drug Abuse book bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading 21st Century Research on Drugs and Ethnicity: Studies Supported Cited by: 1. Following an introductory chapter, this book’s nineteen remaining chapters discuss substance use, substance use disorders, and suggestions for treatment among a broad array of ethnic groups, including some groups that often get less attention in the literature on ethnicity, culture, and substance abuse, such as people with European or Middle.
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Cultural barriers that impede treatment for an alcohol use disorder in the Hispanic community should be addressed on both a macro (overall) level and micro (individual) level.
Based on information provided in the book Ethnic and Multicultural Drug Abuse: Perspectives on Current Research, these concerns should include.
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History Series, Vol.2, No.3, Pp. Differences in the use of prescription drugs across ethnic groups may have resulted from differences in access to medical care, burdens of illness, beliefs about medicines 15 or communications with practitioners.
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with speciﬁc racial and ethnic groups may also include interdepen-dence, spirituality, and discrimination (Hall, ). Future research is yet to determine which of the various culturally sensitive frameworks, dimensions, or group speciﬁc themes are most relevant in substance use treatment for racial/ethnic minority adolescents.
File Size: KB. The Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse (formerly Drugs & Society) continues the long tradition of research on ethnicity and cultural variation. “A drug is a drug is a drug,” and “An addict is an addict, is an addict.” These old saws formed core concepts of how many D&A counselors and therapists were taught to think about and understand substance abuse and addiction.
They helped shape attitudes about treatment models including interven-tions and treatment approaches. Prerequisites: Minimum 12 credit hours of graduate level courses in addictions studies or psychology. Course Description: This graduate-level course examines the issues of diversity in substance abuse population and prepares the students to work more effectively with individuals from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds struggling with alcohol and drug dependence.
This is the first in a series of cultural competence publications from the Office for Substance Abuse Prevention (OSAP). This volume examines the issue of cultural competence for program evaluators as it relates to African American, Hispanic, American Indian, Alaska Native, and Asian and Pacific Islander-American community groups.
Uses of The Competencies. The Board of Directors of the Illinois Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Professional Certification Association has endorsed and will be incorporating the knowledge, skills, and attitudes provided in The Competencies into all of its models for Certified Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Counselors.
The 22 training programs in Illinois that will be implementing. Includes bibliographical references and index Introduction. Substance Abuse Prevention State-of-the-Art-Review project / Snehendu B. Kar and Felicia Sze -- Public health approaches to substance abuse prevention: a multicultural perspective / Snehendu B.
Kar and Shana Alex -- Multi-ethnic considerations in community-based drug abuse prevention research / Mary Ann Pages: Drug Abuse (NIDA), National Institute of Justice, and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Information on youths’ attitudes toward drugs also is included from the Partnership for a Drug-Free America’s (PDFA’s).
At last, a book that defines a new language for treating substance abuse in an increasingly culturally diverse population. Until now, therapists, counselors, and teachers who treat addiction within the context of the whole family have had to make do with outdated one-size-fits-all theories and treatment programs.
Bridges to Recovery is the first book to bring together. The study affirmed the deleterious impacts of drug abuse among ethnic-minority drug abusers in causing social problems, including family trouble and criminal behavior.
Such impacts stemmed from frequent drug abuse, deviant peers, and drug dealers. Trouble with the family was more frequent among ethnic-minority drug abusers.
SUMMARY This study examines race/ethnicity and gender differences in drug use and abuse for substances other than alcohol among undergraduate college students. A probability-based sample of 4, undergraduate students at a Midwestern research university completed a cross-sectional Web-based questionnaire that included demographic information Cited by: lthough the term “diversity” is widely used, there is often no agree- A ment as to its meaning or how attention to diversity should be - erationalized within the context of programming or research.
This text provides a foundation for the examination of such issues, with sugg- tions for the integration of various approaches into substance use tre- ment programs and research. Substance Abuse Prevention: A Multicultural Perspective, Hardcover by Kar, Snehendu B. (EDT), ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US Combines theory and practice of various substance abuse intervention professionals and offers recommendations for future policy, research, and strategies.
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An Institute of Cited by: The peak body for culturally and linguistically diverse Australians was not directly consulted by the federal government in the creation of a Author: Bridie Jabour.
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For example, estimates of heavy drinking from the National Household Survey on Drug Abuse for people age 18 or older [data for men and women combined] are percent for Whites, percent for Blacks, and percent for Hispanics [Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration ].
Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) is an education program that seeks to prevent use of controlled drugs, membership in gangs, and violent was founded in Los Angeles in as a joint initiative of then-LAPD chief Daryl Gates and the Los Angeles Unified School District [non-primary source needed] as a demand-side drug control strategy of the American.
Treatment providers are urged to consider the unique social and environmental characteristics that may influence drug abuse and treatment for racial/ethnic minority adolescents, such as stigma, discrimination, and sparse community resources. With the growing number of immigrant children living in the United States, issues of culture of origin, language, and acculturation are.
By studying the differences between groups of people with higher rates of drug addiction, as compared to groups with lower rates of alcoholism, we can begin to uncover the cultural forces that make some groups more vulnerable to addiction. Recognizing the wide range of issues surrounding addiction in our communities (including prescription medication abuse) the Multicultural Wellness Center offers Individual Counseling and Group Therapy around addiction.
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