In the Club: Ecstasy Use and Supply in a London Nightclub

@article{Sanders2005InTC,
  title={In the Club: Ecstasy Use and Supply in a London Nightclub},
  author={B. Sanders},
  journal={Sociology},
  year={2005},
  volume={39},
  pages={241 - 258}
}
Every weekend in the UK millions of young people attend nightclubs and many of them will use ‘dance’ drugs such as ecstasy. Drawing from ethnographic data generated from working as a club security guard and in-depth interview material with other security guards and a club manager, this article describes and analyses the use and supply of ecstasy within a large London nightclub. The analyses are centred on the normalized character of ecstasy within this club, the efforts of several security… Expand
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