Pot comeback

Fenyvesi, Charles
January 1994
U.S. News & World Report;1/31/94, Vol. 116 Issue 4, p22
States that marijuana is making an alarming return. Significant rise in marijuana use among eighth, 10th and 12th graders; Hike in use of inhalants by eighth graders and general decrease in students' perception of risk in the use of drugs.


Related Articles

  • Kids & pot. Morrow, Lance; Graff, James L. // Time International (South Pacific Edition);12/09/96, Issue 50, p26 

    Examines how a growing number of America's youth are using marijuana. Young people who are indulging in pot who are mostly the children of baby boomers, many of whom also used marijuana; Question of what the boomers should tell their children about marijuana; Apologies and rationales for...

  • What I would say...  // Time International (South Pacific Edition);12/09/96, Issue 50, p30 

    Offers comments from well-known experts and parents to the question `What do you tell children about smoking marijuana?' Dr. Joycelyn Elders; Donna Shalala; Tom Hayden; Franklin Graham; Others.

  • Drugs have no place in a healthy life! Torrisi, Cathleen; Siegelman, Irwin // Current Health 1;Nov95, Vol. 19 Issue 3, Weekly Reader p1 

    Presents a poster depicting the effects of marijuana and other drugs among the youth in the United States.

  • Why more teens are toking. Stoil, Michael J. // Behavioral Health Management;Jan/Feb97, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p8 

    Discusses that the teenage drug used is driven primarily by increasing marijuana use. Observations on the use of marijuana on the 8th grade students compared to 12th grade; How researches indicate that the attitudes of younger adolecents are influenced more by parents than by peers; Contrasts...

  • MR. CHATTERBOX.  // Sarasota Magazine;Mar2014, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p75 

    The article presents authors views regarding the interest of youth in marijuana and also talks about the legalization of marijuana sales in the U.S.

  • High times at New Trier High. Graff, James L. // Time International (South Pacific Edition);12/09/96, Issue 50, p33 

    Visits New Trier Township High School in Illinois. How the model school struggles with the vexing problem of kids on marijuana; Estimated three-fifths of the student body that smokes pot; Comments by students who consider use of marijuana as ordinary; The school's policy toward drug...

  • MARIJUANA: THE MYTH OF HARMLESSNESS GOES UP IN SMOKE. Mann, Peggy // Saturday Evening Post;Jul/Aug1980, Vol. 252 Issue 5, p32 

    Focuses on the spread of the myth about the harmlessness of using marijuana in the U.S. Results of a medical research on the effects of marijuana on health; Statistics on youth marijuana abuse in the U.S.; Psychological and physical symptoms of marijuana pot-smoking; Need to investigate the...

  • Efectos nada terapéutico de la marihuana.  // IEEM Revista de Negocios;ago2014, p88 

    No abstract available.

  • PROBLEM-BEHAVIOR THEORY AND THE EXPLANATION OF ADOLESCENT MARIJUANA USE. Donovan, John E. // Journal of Drug Issues;Spring96, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p379 

    Problem-Behavior Theory was developed by Richard Jessor and Shirley Jessor almost 30 years ago. The theory is a social-psychological framework focused on the explanation of variation in adolescents' involvement in behaviors that are socially defined as a problem and as undesirable by the norms...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics