ERIC Number: ED052116
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Sep-21
Reference Count: 0
Drugs, Race, The Counter Culture and the Soldier.
Fitzsimons General Hospital, Denver, CO.
This week long conference of senior and junior ranking military officers along with civilians dealt with military social work in the content areas of drugs and race. Theodore Roszak's concept of Counter Culture provided the unifying theme. The following papers were presented: 1) The Theme of the Counter-Culture; 2) Drugs, Race and the Counter Culture-A Perspective from Vietnam; 3) The Future Soldier: A Profile of Today's Youth; 4) Report on the Making of a Counter Culture; 5) Perspectives on Drugs: A Psychological View; 6) The Street System, Drugs, and the Military Service; 7) A Drug Program-Its Successes and Failures; 8) The Fort Bragg Drug Program; 9) Army Social Work and the Black Experience; 10) An Overview of Race Relations in the Army; 11) Views of the Army System and the Counter Culture; 12) Army Research System; 13) Army Social Work in the Field of Corrections; 14) The Influence of The Counter Culture on AWOL Behavior; and, 15) Army Mental Health Services and Race-Relations Programs. (AWW)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Fitzsimons General Hospital, Denver, CO.
Identifiers: Army; Counter Culture; Medical Corps