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Buyer motives for sourcing illegal drugs from 'drop-off' delivery dealers

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Buyer motives for sourcing illegal drugs from 'drop-off' delivery dealers. / Søgaard, Thomas Friis.

Why? Explanations for drug use and drug dealing in social drug research. red. / Zsuzsa Kaló; Julie Tieberghien; Dirk J. Korf. Pabst Science Publishers, 2019. s. 123-136.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/proceedingBidrag til bog/antologiForskningpeer review

Harvard

Søgaard, TF 2019, Buyer motives for sourcing illegal drugs from 'drop-off' delivery dealers. i Z Kaló, J Tieberghien & DJ Korf (red), Why? Explanations for drug use and drug dealing in social drug research. Pabst Science Publishers, s. 123-136.

APA

Søgaard, T. F. (2019). Buyer motives for sourcing illegal drugs from 'drop-off' delivery dealers. I Z. Kaló, J. Tieberghien, & D. J. Korf (red.), Why? Explanations for drug use and drug dealing in social drug research (s. 123-136). Pabst Science Publishers.

CBE

Søgaard TF. 2019. Buyer motives for sourcing illegal drugs from 'drop-off' delivery dealers. Kaló Z, Tieberghien J, Korf DJ, red. I Why? Explanations for drug use and drug dealing in social drug research. Pabst Science Publishers. s. 123-136.

MLA

Søgaard, Thomas Friis "Buyer motives for sourcing illegal drugs from 'drop-off' delivery dealers"., Kaló, Zsuzsa Tieberghien, Julie Korf, Dirk J. (red.). Why? Explanations for drug use and drug dealing in social drug research. Kapitel 8, Pabst Science Publishers. 2019, 123-136.

Vancouver

Søgaard TF. Buyer motives for sourcing illegal drugs from 'drop-off' delivery dealers. I Kaló Z, Tieberghien J, Korf DJ, red., Why? Explanations for drug use and drug dealing in social drug research. Pabst Science Publishers. 2019. s. 123-136

Author

Søgaard, Thomas Friis. / Buyer motives for sourcing illegal drugs from 'drop-off' delivery dealers. Why? Explanations for drug use and drug dealing in social drug research. red. / Zsuzsa Kaló ; Julie Tieberghien ; Dirk J. Korf. Pabst Science Publishers, 2019. s. 123-136

Bibtex

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