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Crack Cocaine, Crime, and Women
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Crack Cocaine, Crime, and Women
Legal, Social, and Treatment Issues

  • Sue Mahan - University of Central Florida, USA


October 1996 | 112 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Sue Mahan provides an up-to-date, accessible discussion of the issues relevant to the debate on crack cocaine, crime and women. Following an in-depth overview, the book offers a broad and informed perspective on the legal, lifestyle and treatment issues central to women's addiction to crack cocaine. With sensitivity and compassion, the author also addresses the tragic consequences of children born to addicted mothers, stressing the importance for policy and resources to focus on the mutual well-being of mother and child.
 
Introduction
 
CRACKWORLD
 
The Subculture
Concepts and Issues

 
 
Analysis of Interviews
 
Case Study of a `Rock Star'
 
CRIMINALIZATION OF PREGNANCY
 
The Criminalization of Pregnancy
Concepts and Issues

 
 
Analysis of Judicial Alternatives
 
Case Study of a Crack Mom
Jennifer Johnson

 
 
TREATMENT FOR WOMEN WHO ABUSE CRACK COCAINE
 
Crack Treatment
Concepts and Issues

 
 
Analysis of the Phases of Development
 
Case Study of a Treatment Program
Hope House

 

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