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Women’s substance abuse and its impacts on children’s early development and deviant behaviors
Huan Gao1; Jianhong Liu2
2016
Source PublicationWomen and Children as Victims and Offenders: Background, Prevention, Reintegration
Publication PlaceSwitzerlan
PublisherSpringer International Publishing
Pages239-263
Abstract

According to recent reports from the United Nations, the population of illicit drug users continues to grow globally, particularly in rapidly urbanizing, developing countries. As women’s social status increases, so does their involvement in illicit drug use. This article examines from an international perspective the root causes of women’s substance abuse, focusing on its socio-legal consequences and impacts on children’s early development. Taking a global view, the article outlines what we know about women who become addicted to illicit drugs and explores the role of women’s substance abuse in the development of deviant behavior among young children.

KeywordParental Substance Abuse Substance Abuse Illicit Drug Foster Care Drug Treatment Program
Language英语
ISBN978-3-319-08397-1
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Document TypeBook chapter
CollectionFaculty of Social Sciences
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY
Affiliation1.California State UniversityStanislausUSA
2.University of MacauTaipaChina
Recommended Citation
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Huan Gao,Jianhong Liu. Women’s substance abuse and its impacts on children’s early development and deviant behaviors. Switzerlan:Springer International Publishing,2016:239-263.
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