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Drug Abuse (Annals of the American Academy of Political and

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What was the difference between the experimental and control groups? Appropriate information, education, development and preventative programmes will be developed to promote a healthy life-style free of substance abuse. This means that poverty will both affect and thrive on people’s lack of education, professional experience and health. We do this by systematically monitoring the literature of all rigorous program evaluations – published and unpublished – across all areas of social policy.

Pages: 216

Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc; 1 edition (1992)

ISBN: 0803946201

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