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Murphy, Tim and O'Mahony, Paul and O'Shea, Marie (1998) Ecstasy use among young Irish people: a comparative and interdisciplinary study. (Unpublished) Cork: National University of Ireland, Cork. Centre for European Social Research and Department of Law.

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This report provides information about Irish patterns of Ecstasy use. National and international experiences are compared in order to highlight problem areas and consider available models of response. Overall patterns of recreational drug use; the historic development of the drug Ecstasy; policy and legal dimensions; specific levels and patterns of drug use; and the perception of Ecstasy use in the community are examined.


Item Type
Report
Publication Type
Irish-related, Report
Drug Type
CNS stimulants
Date
1998
Pages
154 p.
Publisher
National University of Ireland, Cork. Centre for European Social Research and Department of Law
Place of Publication
Cork
Notes
Report prepared for Forbairt. Includes bibliographical references.
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