Etiological nature of the drug-crime relationship

JAN 24, 2019

1. Who was Harry J. Anslinger, and what did he and his colleagues at the Bureau of Narcotics focus on? How did this shape American opinion on the

focus on? How did this shape American opinion on the matter at that time?2. Name the two primary groups of drug traffickers listed in the book, and describe (in detail) the difference between the two. Which is more dangerous, and WHY? (Hint: the answer is in Chapter 7.)3. What is the etiological nature of the drug-crime relationship? Is it correlational or causal (or do we even know)?4. Why are drug cartels in Mexico so much more dangerous than U.S. gangs, and what makes this this way? What types of efforts are being made to combat them?5. Do you think the War on Drugs in the U.S. is being won? Why or why not? What has happened over the last 30+ years to lead you to your conclusion?6. Discuss the differences in psychopharmacological effects between alcohol and marijuana, specifying potential short and long-term consequences of each. Which poses a greater threat to the (ab)user and to society, and WHY? Do you feel our laws support your conclusions?7. What are the differences between open air and discreet drug markets? Which is easier for law enforcement to control, and WHY?8. What is methadone maintenance? What are the advantages of it, and why is it so controversial?9. How do radical theorists explain the drug-crime relationship, and what do they advocate for? Is there any evidence supporting the effectiveness of what they advocate for (either domestically, internationally, or both)?10. What was the monkeys and marijuana experiment? Was it conducted appropriately or inappropriately, and how did it affect society’s perception of the dangers of marijuana?

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