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Illegal Leisure Revisited
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1. History Lessons: Drug Use Trends Amongst Young Britons 1980 - 2010 2. The North-West Longitudinal Study 3. Alcohol 'Our Favourite Drug' 4. Patterns: An Overview of Drug Offers, Trying, Use and Drugs Experiences Across Adolescence 5. Pathways: Drug Abstainers, Former Triers, Current Users and Those in Transition 6. Journeys: Becoming Users of Drugs 7. Towards the Normalisation of Recreational Drug Use

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Judith Aldridge is Senior Lecturer in the School of Law at the University of Manchester. Her research spans aspects of drug use and drug dealing, including drug dealing within street gangs, and the sales of both illegal and legal psychostimulants. Fiona Measham is Senior Lecturer in Criminology at Lancaster University. Her research focuses on emergent drug trends, club drugs and music scenes, licensed leisure and the night time economy, and UK policy developments. She is a member of the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs and the Independent Scientific Committee on Drugs. Lisa Williams is a Lecturer in Criminology at the Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Manchester. For over a decade, she has researched both recreational and dependent drug use with a focus upon drug use across the life course.

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"This book presents an engaging examination of trends in substance use among youth, providing an important update to the first edition. The authors highlight a number of important and surprising changes in drug perceptions and the relevance of these perceptions for key developmental milestones in adolescence and young adulthood." - Kelly Arbeau, Lecturer in Psychology, The King's University College, Canada "The first edition of Illegal Leisure rightly achieved wide-acclaim, and much critical discussion, for its close mapping and theorisation of the 'normalisation' of illicit drug use in Britain during the 1990s. This second edition continues the story. Illegal Leisure Re-visited will be much welcomed by students, researchers and lecturers interested in the most important questions about drug use in contemporary Britain." - Robert MacDonald, Professor of Sociology, Teesside University, UK

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