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Pub. Type:
Report
Title:
Demographic subgroup trends for various licit and illicit drugs, 1975-2005
Subtitle/Series Name:
Monitoring the Future Occasional Paper 63
Abstract:
This occasional paper serves as a supplement to the first of two annual monographs from the Monitoring the Future study, published by the study's sponsor, the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Monitoring the Future National Survey Results on Drug Use, 1975-2005: Volume I, Secondary School Students1 reports the 2005 survey results. Because the monograph contains a description of the design and purposes of the Monitoring the Future study, that information is not repeated here. Volume I also contains (in its Appendix D) tabular data on trends in drug use for various demographic subgroups for each of the many drugs under study. The present occasional paper contains the graphic presentations of those This occasional paper serves as a supplement to the first of two annual monographs from the Monitoring the Future study, published by the study's sponsor, the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Monitoring the Future National Survey Results on Drug Use, 1975-2005: Volume I, Secondary School Students1 reports the 2005 survey results. Because the monograph contains a description of the design and purposes of the Monitoring the Future study, that information is not repeated here. Volume I also contains (in its Appendix D) tabular data on trends in drug use for various demographic subgroups for each of the many drugs under study. The present occasional paper contains the graphic presentations of those subgroup trends because graphic presentations are much easier to comprehend. (Showing the trends in color greatly facilitates the differentiation of the various trend lines in each graph.) The graphic presentations have not been included in Volume I due both to their length and the cost of printing them in color.
Producer:
University of Michigan, Institute for Social Research
Place of Production:
Ann Arbor, MI

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