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NCJ Number: NCJ 241555     Find in a Library
Title: Devaluation, Loss, and Rage: A Postscript to Urban African American Youth with Substance Abuse
Journal: Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly  Volume:30  Issue:3  Dated:July - September 2012  Pages:326 to 342
Author(s): Kenneth V. Hardy, Ph.D. ; Misbha Enam Qureshi, MFT
Date Published: 07/2012
Page Count: 17
Document: HTML 
Type: Report (Study/Research)
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This article provides an examination of connections that exist between urban African-American youth, their recurring experiences with racial oppression, and substance abuse.
Abstract: This article explores and discusses the sociocultural dynamics underpinning urban African-American youths' use and misuse of substances and its connection to the invisible wounds of race-related trauma. A racially-sensitive framework is discussed as an intervention approach designed to address the special needs of urban Africa-American adolescents maligned by, and suffering from, the complex interplay of substance misuse and rage. Abstract published by arrangement with Taylor and Francis.
Main Term(s): Youth development
Index Term(s): Drug abuse ; Black/African Americans ; Self concept ; Alcohol abuse ; Anger ; Race ; Urban
   
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