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Real drugs in a virtual world
|Statement||edited by Edward Murguía, Melissa Tackett-Gibson, and Ann Lessem.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||238 p. :|
|Number of Pages||238|
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Murguia, Tackett-Gibson and Lessem's book, Real drugs in a Virtual World, opens up this new area of research. The essays explore not only the role of the internet in providing information on illicit drugs but also the range and variety of topics discussed by the young people themselves.
The publication of this book will hopefully encourage. This book highlights the variety of ways to examine drug use as a social problem and presents several theoretical perspectives valuable to online research.
Real Drugs in a Virtual World is an enlightening and thought-provoking read that will appeal to sociology students and those interested in virtual communities. This book highlights the variety of ways to examine drug use as a social problem and presents several theoretical perspectives valuable to online research.
Real Drugs in a Virtual World is an enlightening and thought provoking read that will appeal to sociology students and those interested in virtual : Lexington Books. This book highlights the variety of ways to examine drug use as a social problem and presents several theoretical perspectives valuable to online research.
Real Drugs in a Virtual World is an enlightening and thought provoking read that will appeal to sociology students and those interested in virtual communities. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Introduction --Club drugs, online communities, and harm reduction websites on the Internet / Edward Murguía, Melissa Tackett-Gibson, and Rachel Willard --The body or the body politic.
risk, harm, moral panic and drug use discourse online / Sarah. Edward Murguia is the author of Real Drugs in a Virtual World ( avg rating, 1 rating, 1 review, published ), Real Drugs in a Virtual World ( a 5/5.
Just How Real Is Virtual Reality. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with virtual reality researcher Jeremy Bailenson about his new book Experience on. Get this from a library. Real drugs in a virtual world: drug discourse and community online. [Edward Murguía; Melissa Tackett-Gibson; Ann Lessem;] -- Many assume that the Internet introduces youth and young adults to dangerous information and substances while others contend that open and free access to accurate drug use information is critical to.
Virtual World is a story that details a new, high-tech game that has been occupying teenager's lives around the world. The game, called Silicon Sphere, is the newest game released, and all of the gaming magazines gave it raving reviews.
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