• Introduction
  • CHAPTER 1
  • Exposure to drugs and personal use
  • 3 1.1. General situation in the European Union
  • 3 1.2. Experimentation and recent use in the Member States
  • 5 1.3. Ease of acquisition of drugs
  • 1.4. Recent use by socio-demographic category
  • CHAPTER 2
  • Motivation for trying drugs and difficulties in stopping using them
  • 2.1. Main reasons for trying drugs
  • 2.2. Main reasons why it is hard to stop using drugs
  • 2.3. Variations in opinions by socio-demographic criteria
  • CHAPTER 3
  • Consequences of drug use
  • 3.1. Opinions in the whole of the European Union
  • 3.2. Opinions at Member State level
  • 3.3. Variations in opinions by socio-demographic criteria
  • CHAPTER 4
  • Dangerousness of different substances
  • 4.1. Assessment of the dangerousness of substances in the European Union
  • 4.2. Assessment of the dangerousness of substances at Member State level
  • 4.3. Variations in opinions by socio-demographic category
  • CHAPTER 5
  • Possible sources of information on drugs
  • 5.1. Possible sources of further information in the European Union
  • 5.2. Possible sources of further information in the Member States
  • 5.3. Variations in choice by socio-professional category
  • CHAPTER 6
  • Management of drug-related problems
  • 6.1. Measurement of reactions to specific propositions
  • 6.2. Opinions on the most effective methods of managing drug-related problems
  • 6.3. Opinions on the most effective approaches at Member State level
  • 6.4. Variation of opinions by socio-demographic category
  • Annexes
  • Technical specifications
  • Bilingual questionnaire