[Air-l] Drug-user online forums
monica.barratt at postgrad.curtin.edu.au
Thu May 4 02:33:11 PDT 2006
Thanks for your thoughts Peter.
No I didn't know that this was thought to be the first internet transaction!
I had a look and found there have been some reviews comparing online and
live support groups, see:
Finfgeld, D. L. (2000). Therapeutic groups online: The good, the bad, and
the unknown. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 21(3), 241-255.
White, M., & Dorman, S. M. (2001). Receiving social support online:
Implications for health education. Health Education Research, 16(6),
National Drug Research Institute
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[mailto:air-l-bounces at listserv.aoir.org] On Behalf Of Peter Timusk
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Subject: Re: [Air-l] Drug-user online forums
But I don't know any studies per say but a possible thesis might be
to compare on-line support with live meeting support.
Also I am not sure but I believe I have heard in some Internet
promotion news item or documentary that the first commercial
transaction on the Internet was a drug deal.
On 2-May-06, at 9:18 PM, Peter Timusk wrote:
> Hi I find drug users and others coming into Narcotics Anonymous chats
> at yahoo. But here the object is to not use drugs. But I suppose your
> aware of this. There are a number of high people coming into these
> rooms for support in quitting drug use.
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