The comparative study on the subject of gender identity and drug addiction is defined in this article according to an essentially bibliographical and cognitive point of view. It has enabled certain preliminary type considerations that highlight the interest from a point of view of specificity and the importance of relapses from the point of view of treatment with reference to the European context in which it was carried out (Spain, Italy, Germany, France, Portugal).However, the bibliographical review does not highlight specific differences in relation to the identity of gender regarding the problem of treatment, even if they have been reported in different places.There is no agreement on the belief that women “bear up” to the treatment more than men, or that they are more resistant to accept it but “bear up” to it more once they have started a rehabilitative path.The European researchers have all reported how, once in treatment, the women show specific needs that may be related to not only the relationship with their family, their past as a prostitute, and the problem of co-dependence on the partner but also regarding their child.

Gender Identity and drug addiction in Europe: descriptive analysis of the bibliography / DE FAZIO, Giovanna Laura. - STAMPA. - 1:(2000), pp. 45-51.

Gender Identity and drug addiction in Europe: descriptive analysis of the bibliography

DE FAZIO, Giovanna Laura
2000

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The comparative study on the subject of gender identity and drug addiction is defined in this article according to an essentially bibliographical and cognitive point of view. It has enabled certain preliminary type considerations that highlight the interest from a point of view of specificity and the importance of relapses from the point of view of treatment with reference to the European context in which it was carried out (Spain, Italy, Germany, France, Portugal).However, the bibliographical review does not highlight specific differences in relation to the identity of gender regarding the problem of treatment, even if they have been reported in different places.There is no agreement on the belief that women “bear up” to the treatment more than men, or that they are more resistant to accept it but “bear up” to it more once they have started a rehabilitative path.The European researchers have all reported how, once in treatment, the women show specific needs that may be related to not only the relationship with their family, their past as a prostitute, and the problem of co-dependence on the partner but also regarding their child.
Women drug abuse in Europe: gender identity
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Martin Impresores
ITALIA
Gender Identity and drug addiction in Europe: descriptive analysis of the bibliography / DE FAZIO, Giovanna Laura. - STAMPA. - 1:(2000), pp. 45-51.
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