Cocaine Changes

The Experience of Using and Quitting

Dan Waldorf, Craig Reinarman, and Sheigla Murphy
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PB: $33.95
EAN: 978-1-56639-013-2

HC: $49.95
EAN: 978-0-87722-863-9

336 pages
5.5 x 8.25

Table of Contents

1. Changing Perspectives on Cocaine: An Introduction

Part I: Using Cocaine
2. Getting into Coke: Initiation and Styles of Use
3. Things Go Better with Coke: The Uses of Cocaine
4. Cocaine at Work: A Case Study of "The Company"
5. Selling Cocaine: Drifting into Dealing
6. The Call of the Pipe: Crack Use and Freebasing
7. Controlled Users

Part II: Having Trouble with Cocaine
8. Cocaine-Related Problems

Part III: Quitting Cocaine
9. Quitting Cocaine: Motives, Strategies, and Actions
10. Making Sense of Cessation: A Synthesis

Part IV: Conclusions
11. Ten Years After: Long-Term Impacts of Cocaine on a Small Network of Users
12. Coke and Culture

Appendix: Study Background, Methods, and Sampling


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