The Resource Listening to what Indigenous people in remote communities say about cannabis use: : "good thing tha the alchol's gone, but the gunja has kept going", Alan R. Clough

Listening to what Indigenous people in remote communities say about cannabis use: : "good thing tha the alchol's gone, but the gunja has kept going", Alan R. Clough

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Listening to what Indigenous people in remote communities say about cannabis use: : "good thing tha the alchol's gone, but the gunja has kept going"
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Listening to what Indigenous people in remote communities say about cannabis use:
Title remainder
"good thing tha the alchol's gone, but the gunja has kept going"
Statement of responsibility
Alan R. Clough
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Language
eng
Summary
Discusses the association of increased cannabis use with alcohol restriction in three Cape York communities; results of interviews; problem of cannabis use in Northern Territory Emergency Response; effects of cannabis use
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Listening to what Indigenous people in remote communities say about cannabis use: : "good thing tha the alchol's gone, but the gunja has kept going", Alan R. Clough
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Publication
Extent
p. 275
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Listening to what Indigenous people in remote communities say about cannabis use: : "good thing tha the alchol's gone, but the gunja has kept going", Alan R. Clough
Publication
Extent
p. 275

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