Ice. Methedrine. Crank. Crystal. Whatever its guise, the social and political contexts of methamphetamine share a certain uniqueness. Nicholas Parsons chronicles the history and mythology of methamphetamine in the United States from the 1940s-when it was hailed as a wonder drug-to the present. In an intriguing analysis, he also makes an important contribution to our understanding of the social construction of social problems.
About the Author
Nicholas L. Parsons is assistant professor of sociology at Eastern Connecticut State University, USA.
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