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Class Notes for ANTH106 at Macquarie University

Drugs Across Cultures

ANTH106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Carboxyhemoglobin, Duboisia, Harm Reduction

Globalisation and the tobacco industry political economy of tobacco * tobacco marketing Ross Mackenzie * * over a billion smokers in the world * Why focus on tobacco? * rampant advertising of smoking through sports (not ...

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ANTH106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Tranquilizer, Muang Sing, Paracetamol

Political economy of Opiates * Botanical and pharmacological characteristics of opiates * Opium is the sap of a particular kind of poly (Papaver somniferous) Morphine is one of the 23 alkaloids found in opium. The morphi...

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ANTH106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Turing Lecture, Psychotria Viridis, Ayahuasca

Lecture 1 Street universities * different difficulties drug, alcohol, mental health, employment * * Ice: * popular, because its super addictive * cheap * epidemic * the walking dead * it affects people with previous mental...

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ANTH106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Thesis Statement, Opium Pipe, United Nations Office On Drugs And Crime

What is ethnography? * both a research method and a type of writing * intimate participation in the community you are studying Participant observation,extended period of time (at least a year or more) * * Lots and lots of ...

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ANTH106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cannabis Use Disorder, Recreational Drug Tourism, Haile Selassie

The film watched https:www.youtube.comwatch?v=LtT6Xkkkzk Lecture 2; Mon 14th March Finishing of last lecture; LSD banned black market boom * In 1963, LSD classified by FDA as experimental drug * 1966: LSD became illegal i...

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ANTH106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Amygdala, Excitotoxicity, Ibuprofen

Anth; How and why drugs work * Niree * Drugs and Pharmacokinetics * Communication in the Brain Receptor Pharmacology * * Drug Interactions * How do drugs of abuse work? * What is a drug * A substance used in the diagnosis,...

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ANTH106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Depressant, Recreational Drug Use, Oxycodone

* DRUGS ON THE DIGITAL FRONTIER * crypto markets: online websites that sell drugs * Enter the dark net how do illicit sites operate? Silk Road: a cryptomarket case study * * online vs. conventional drug distribution * Chal...

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ANTH106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Urban Legend, Arjun Appadurai, Planned Parenthood

Roid Rage: Greg downey Lecture * Neuro anthropology: relationship to the nervous system * How do cultural forms of training affect development sports as a model for thinking about all training * * 1998; finished phd, livin...

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ANTH106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Liverwurst, Robin Goldstein, Nocebo

Placebo effect: First, a review: causation vs correlation An alien comes to Earth and observes: On days when it rains, people wear raincoats. Do raincoats cause rain? Cannabis and the gateway theory Sex and stress during p...

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ANTH106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Harm Reduction, Depressant

Tony Trimingham * we are all drug users * bombarded with messages of good and bad drug use use for medication, recreation and religion * * sorts of drugs we use changes and trends change * a lot of new drugs and new techno...

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ANTH106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ayahuasca, Hogwarts Staff, Truth Serum

The way drugs are represented, what they are associated with what makes them so powerful some of the myths that we aim to dispel The effect of the drug is caused solely by its pharmacological properties looking at placebo...

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ANTH106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Sodium Bicarbonate, Coca Eradication, Vin Mariani

Political Economy of Coca and Cocaine and the War on Drugs: Historical development of the War on Drugs President Nixon initiated modern war on drugs in early 1970s, with new laws, increased funding, and enlargement of the ...

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ANTH106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Cannabinoid, Methylsulfonylmethane, Crime Syndicate Of America

* Identified a 63 year old male on Nth Beaches was supplying large commercial quantities of cocaine * Male obtaining Cocaine from a Columbian National in Australia on student Visa 5 February Monitor 5kg exchange between Nt...

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ANTH106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Aboriginal Tent Embassy, Neville Bonner

Alcohol, Drugs and Indigenous Australians Paving Our Way out of Poverty Historical Context Invasion & Wars: 1780-1840 Terra Nullius (empty land/no people here) Establishment of colo...

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ANTH106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Enema, World War I, Ceremonial Pipe

Tobacco & Shamanism Tobacco A drug used in v. different contexts in Europe and Native America European culture: intent on trade and colonising new worlds; made a commercial product out of tobacco Native Americans: dome...

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