Redes sociais de adolescentes e jovens trabalhando no tráfico de drogas e suas relações com as drogas. Reflexões a partir de aprendizados do programa Rotas de Fuga

Translated title of the contribution: Young drug dealers’ social networks and their relationship with drugs. Reflections from Escape Routes programme.

Andrea Rodriguez, Fernando Lannes Fernandes, Jailson De Sousa e Silva

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

    Abstract

    The chapter is divided into three parts. The first contextualise drug trafficking in Rio de Janeiro City, Brazil presenting the relationship between its dynamics and the dynamics of the city. The second presents the experience of the Escape Routes program, an initiative of the Observatory of Favelas where it was possible to establish a systematic knowledge base on the involvement of children, adolescents and young people in drug trafficking, as well as to identify possible paths for prevention and creation of alternatives for these groups. Finally, we present a more focused analysis regarding the relationship that the young people linked to the trafficking networks maintain with the universe of illicit drugs. We conclude with some recommendations focused in integrative policies to address the scope of the questions brought.
    Translated title of the contributionYoung drug dealers’ social networks and their relationship with drugs. Reflections from Escape Routes programme.
    Original languagePortuguese
    Title of host publicationAdolescência Uso e abuso de drogas
    Subtitle of host publicationUma visão integrativa
    EditorsEroy Aparecida da Silva, Denise De Micheli
    Place of PublicationS. Paulo, Brazil
    PublisherEditora Fap-Unifesp
    Pages337-356
    Number of pages19
    ISBN (Print)9788561673291
    Publication statusPublished - 2011

    Keywords

    • YOUTH
    • drugs of abuse
    • Drug trafficking
    • network support

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