Want ads won't list it; minimum wage and the mommy-track are irrelevant. Yet, Faupel maintains, hard-core heroin use is a career much like any conventional occupation. In both cases, certain activities are valued more than others, ethics govern the workplace, entrepreneurial skills are rewarded, and turning points mark the career path.Booter emphasized how seriously this normative proscription is regarded: aquot;I had one scene where my mother-in-law accused me ... of stealing her money. And I dona#39;t steal no money from my people. A lot of people say junkies are like that.
|Author||:||Charles E. Faupel|
|Publisher||:||University Press of Florida - 1991|