1.According to erick Goode in Drugs In American Society, What is the different b

1.According to erick Goode in Drugs In American Society, What is the different between the “essentialis approach” and the “social constructionist approach” to the study of drugs? How do they differ in terms of their understanding of what a drug is and how it influences the consumption of users?
2. According to Erick Goode the term “drug” means something different when used in different social contexts. What are the three main social contexts he discusses? How do the differences in meaning draw attention to the social construction of the term “Drug”?
3. In his article, “Becoming a Marihuana User,” Sociologist Howard Becker argue one’s propersity to become a regular marihuana user depends upon three factors. What are those factors (explain each)? Who benefits from this patterning of alcohol compsumption and why?
4. According to sociologist Joseph Gusfield, why has drinking alcohol come to symbolize all pof the passage from work to leisure? Who benefits from this patterning of alcohol compsumtion and why?

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