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Home Cooking: Marketing Meth

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Department
Sociology
Course
SOCL 1295
Professor
lisapal
Semester
Winter

Description
Meth dealers prefer to do business with those they know. For abusers, poor personal hygiene, financial ruin, violence, and neglect of children is common. Methamphetamine markets different from other illicit drug markets American towns and cities that produce and distributed in “mom and pop” labs cater towards personal  acquaintances There are large corporate­type organizations selling to users through locals they know and trust No matter how it’s organized or operated it’s personal The influx of “mom and pop” labs was partly due to the restriction of access to certain key ingredients,  causing people to come together and pool their supplies. “Mom and pop” labs are run by individuals who produce methamphetamine for themselves, limiting sales to  a few friends and acquaintances.  These sorts of labs operate under a division of labor where some are responsible for shopping for the  pseudoe
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