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Family Notes 1.Community is used here to mean not a uniform geographic or political entity but the network of people who live in a neighborhood, village, town or city and who are concerned with the lives of their fellow human beings. 2.Denise Kandel, "Adolescent marijuana use: Role of parents and peers", Science 181: 1067-108 1, 1973. 3.Richard Blum et al., Horatio Alger's Children: The Role of the Family in the Origin and Prevention of Drug Risk (San Francisco, Jossey-Bass, 1972). 4.WHO, Programme on Substance Abuse, "Preventing substance abuse in families: A WHO position paper", Geneva, 1993. 5.Anthony P. Jurich et al., "Family factors in the lives of drug users and abusers", Adolescence 20 (77): 143-159, 1985. 6.D. Corrigan, "Drug abuse in the Republic of Ireland: An overview", Bulletin on Narcotics 38 (1-2): 91-97, 1986. 7.D. Mohan et al., "Changing trends in heroin abuse in India: An assessment based on treatment records", Bulletin on Narcotics 37 (21-23): 19-23, 1985. Also see Sanjoy Hazarika, "Heroin addiction big new problem in India", The New York Times, 15 February 1987. 8.United Nations, "Women and drug abuse: A position paper by the United Nations", 11 February 1994. 12 9.World Bank, The World Bank Atlas 1994, Washington, D.C.. 1994, p. 18. 10.Market children are those boys and girls who are sent to work in the markets, usually selling something. These children retain some contact with family members. In contrast, street children are primarily abandoned and without families. 11.James D. Wright, Donald Karninsky and Martha Wittig, "Health and social conditions of street children in Honduras", American Journal of Diseases of Children, March 1993, vol. 147, p. 282. 12.LaMond Tullis, Illegal Drugs in Nine Countries: Socioeconomic and Political Consequences,
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Draft report prepared for UNRISD at Geneva and the United Nations University at Tokyo, 23 December 1993. 13 Health Notes 1.James A. Cercone, Alcohol-Related Problems as an Obstacle to the Development of Human Capital: Issues and Policy Options, World Bank Technical Paper No. 219, Washington, D.C.,World Bank, 1994. 2.M. Frischer, S. T. Green and D. Goldberg, Substance Abuse Related Mortality: A Worldwide Review, Compiled for UNDCP, March 1994. 3.WHO, Programme on Substance Abuse, Deaths Related to Drug Abuse, Report on a WHO consultation, Geneva, 22-25 November 1993. 4."Marijuana more harmful than tobacco", New Scientist, 17 December 1987, p. 15.
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