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The contemporary drug problem: Characteristics, patterns and driving factors

The use of psychoactive substances is not a new phenomenon. They have been consumed throughout history, in different forms. Yet the contemporary drug problem, characterized by a concentration of illicit drug use among youth, notably young males living in urban settings, and an expanding number of psychoactive substances, appears to have taken a distinctive shape over the past half century.

Related Subject(s): Drugs Crime and Terrorism
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