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This book is available for purchase, please use this link to order from Amazon. For some of these decades, reformers, the public, the media, or legislators focus on a specific drug which stands in for or represents the drug problem generally.
The late s witnessed a drug "panic," "crisis," or "scare" Levine and Reinarman,; Reinarman and Levine, ; Goode, Public concern about drug use, although it had been building throughout the Defining satanism and what it entails, fairly exploded late in and early in And the drug that was the special target of public concern was cocaine, more specifically, crack, a cocaine derivative.
Drug use, abuse, and misuse emerged into the limelight as perhaps never before. It is possible that in no other decade has the issue of drugs occupied such a huge and troubling space in the public consciousness.
And it is possible that no specific drug has dominated center stage in this concern as crack cocaine did between and, roughly, late to early In many ways, the drug panic of the late s is interesting because it was so unexpected.
The s represented something of a high water mark in both the use and the pubic acceptance and tolerance of illegal drugs.
During the decade of the s, eleven states, encompassing one-third of the population of the United States, decriminalized small-quantity marijuana possession. Only a quarter 25 percent of high school seniors said that private use of marijuana should be against the law p.
Insix out of ten American high school seniors 60 percent had used marijuana at least once during their lifetimes p. Half 51 percent had used it during the previous month p.
Over a third 37 percent had used it during the previous month p. One out of ten used marijuana every day p. Inone quarter of Americans aged 12 to 17 24 percentnearly half of 18 to 25 year olds 47 percentand nearly one in ten of those age 26 and older 9 percenthad used marijuana at least once during the previous year NIDA, Tolerance and use of a number of the other illegal drugs, while not nearly so widespread as with marijuana, were at unprecedented levels.
The Decade of the s: Beginning roughly in the first year of the decade of the s, public tolerance of the use of illegal drug use declined, belief that the use of illegal drugs is harmful increased, belief that use, possession, and sale of the currently illegal drugs should be decriminalized or legalized declined, and the use of these illegal drugs declined.
Periodically, the Gallup poll asks a sample of Americans the question, "What do you think is the most important problem facing this country today? Between anddrug use and abuse did not appear at all in the Gallup polls among the most often mentioned problems facing the country, indicating a relatively and consistently low level of concern about the issue.
This changed in the mid s. In Julythis figure increased to 8 percent, which placed it fourth among major American social problems.
The concern at that time had been fueled by a barrage of network news programs on drug abuse and a major speech by President George Bush declaring a "war on drugs" Kagay, ; Oreskes, In short, by the late s, drug abuse had attained what Hilgartner and Bosk refer to as a "celebrity" statusp.
The 64 percent figure for September proved to be the apex of public concern about drugs; it is unlikely that a figure of such magnitude will be achieved for drug abuse again.
After that, said one media expert, intense public concern simply "went away" Oreskes, After that, according to the Gallup polls that continued into the s, the figure remained in the 8 to 12 percent range.
There is something of a social problems marketplace Hilgartner and Bosk, ; Best,pp. Only so many issues can rank near the top, and, obviously, only one can be number one. By the early s, "other issues [aside from drugs] came in.There are lots of different ways of understanding and relating to voices and other similar sensory experiences.
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