Issues Surrounding the Woman Administrator in Drug Abuse

  • Rebecca Brownlee


I am interested in both the theoretical issues that prevent or discourage women from moving into administrative positions and the practical problems which seem to surround the woman who tries to be an administrator. I shall deal briefly with facts about women in the field before focusing on the theoretical and practical issues.


Drug Abuse Administrative Position Female Client Drug Rehabilitation Criminal Justice Official 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1981

Authors and Affiliations

  • Rebecca Brownlee
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  1. 1.Drug Action of Wake County, Inc.RaleighUSA

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