Summary
  About the editors
  Table of contents
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 

 

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Preface

Chapter 1 Drug use by young people: Tragedy, irony or conformity?
Geoffrey Munro (Australian Drug Foundation)

Chapter 2 The history of drug education: An Australian perspective
Richard Midford (Curtin University), Judy Pettingell (University of Sydney), and Blaine Stothard (independent consultant in health education, UK)

Chapter 3 Drug use prevention programs for young people: An International perspective
Lindsey Coombes, Debby Allen, and David Foxcroft (all Oxford Brookes University)

Chapter 4 The role of 'school' versus education: Social capital, connectedness and resilience
Ann M Roche (Flinders University)

Chapter 5 The role of parents and the community in drug prevention
Debby Allen, Lindsey Coombes, and David Foxcroft (all Oxford Brookes University)

Chapter 6 School smoking interventions: The basis of drug education
Greg Hamilton (Canterbury District Health Board), and Donna Cross (Edith Cowan University)

Chapter 7 School programs for high risk students
Craig Deed (LaTrobe University)

Chapter 8 Devising classroom drug education programs
Helen Cahill (University of Melbourne)

Chapter 9 Drug education in a climate of zero tolerance: Finding solutions versus minimising problems
Rodney Skager (University of California, Los Angeles)

Chapter 10 Developing a national program: What's in the mix and why?
Blaine Stothard (independent consultant in health education, UK)

Chapter 11 Looking to the future: Providing a basis for effective school drug education
Richard Midford (Curtin University)

Editors' and authors' biographies

Index

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
     
 
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