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Perceptions and patterns of drug use : changes since the Drug Offensive / Rhonda Moore, Toni Makkai [and] Ian McAllister
Bib ID 1341596
Format BookBook
Author
Moore, Rhonda
 
Description Canberra : Dept. of Health, 1989 
87 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
Notes

Spiral binding.

"October 1989".

"Prepared for the Department of Community Services and Health for use in association with the National Campaign Against Drug Abuse" -- cover.

Includes bibliography.

Subjects Drug abuse -- Australia.  |  Drug abuse surveys -- Australia.  |  Substance abuse -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors McAllister, Ian, 1950-  |  Makkai, Toni  |  National Campaign Against Drug Abuse (Australia)  |  Australia. Department of Health

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