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Butler, Elaine (2000) Community development as a means of drug prevention: an exploration of the contribution community development principles and strategies can make to the development of an effective drug prevention model. Other thesis, St. Patrick's College, Maynooth.

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This study aims to explore the principles and strategies involved in community development and their potential methodologies for working in drug prevention. The study provides a snapshot of the marginalisation of communities who experience difficulties related to drug use and highlight the work of the Drug Awareness Programme Crosscare, examining its work in the light of a community development approach to prevention.


Item Type
Thesis
Date
2000
Call No
ML2, VH4.2
Pages
66 p.
Keywords
addiction, AOD prevention, case study, community development, Ireland, qualitative study
Notes
This is a H. Dip. Adult and Community Education dissertation. Includes bibliographical references.
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Accession Number
HRB 1634 (Available)

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