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Northern Ireland. Health Promotion Agency. (1998) Drugs: what young people know. Report on knowledge and awareness of drugs among 10-17 year olds in Northern Ireland. Belfast: Health Promotion Agency for Northern Ireland.

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This report is based on a survey of 3,560 young people in Northern Ireland. The survey was carried out between November 1996 and January 1997 to assess young people's awareness, perceptions and knowledge of a range of illicit drugs and solvents. Questions were also asked about their attitude to information, where they received information and where they would be most likely to seek information. The report presents selected results from the survey. Comparisons are made between young people in two age groups: 10 to 13 years and 14 to 17 years.


Date
1998
Call No
AA2, TA14, VH NI
Pages
88 p.
Publisher
Health Promotion Agency for Northern Ireland
Corporate Creators
Northern Ireland. Health Promotion Agency
Place of Publication
Belfast
ISBN
1-874602-21-2
Keywords
attitude toward AOD, individual attitude toward AOD, knowledge, attitudes, and practices, Northern Ireland, self-awareness theory of AODU, youth (stage of life)
Notes
Contains tables, figures and bibliographic references.
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB 2826 (Available)

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