::: Books :::
Collin, Matthew “Altered State: The Story of Ecstasy Culture and Acid House” 1997 (see also: “Altered State (Updated Edition): The Story of Ecstasy Culture and Acid House”) (no copy)
Jenkins, Philip. Synthetic Panics: The Symbolic Politics of Designer Drugs. New York: New York University Press, 1999.
Knowles, Cynthia. 2001. “Up all Night: A Closer Look at Club Drugs and Rave Culture”. Geneseo, N.Y: Red H Press.
Saunders, Nicholas. Ecstasy and the Dance Culture. Exeter: BPC Wheatons, 1995.
Wagner, A. L “The Adversaries of Dance: From the Puritans to the Present” 1997
::: Articles & Chapters :::
Connolly, William E. “Drugs, the Nation, and Freelancing: Decoding the Moral Universe of William Bennett.” In Drugs and the Limits of Liberalism: Moral and Legal Issues, edited by Pablo DeGreiff. New York: Cornell University Press, 1999.
Ewick, Patricia “The Subject Is Alcohol” Economy and Society, May 2000, v. 29, iss. 2, pp. 308-15
Grayson, Kyle. 2008. “The (Geo)Politics of Dancing: Illicit Drugs and Canadian Rave.” In Chasing Dragons: S Identity, and Illicit Drugs in Canada, edited by Kyle Grayson. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Hollywood, Brian “Dancing in the dark: Ecstasy, the dance culture, and moral panic in post ceasefire Northern Ireland” Critical Criminology Spring, 1997, Volume 8, Issue 1, pp 62-77
Kavanaugh, Philip R. 2006. Solidarity and drug use in the electronic dance music scene. M.A. Thesis (Cult Anthropology), University of Delaware.
Levine, H.G. “The birth of American alcohol control: prohibition, the power elite, and the problem of lawlessness” Contemporary Drug Problems, Spring 1985
Pini, Maria. 1998. “Peak Practices‘: The Production and Regulation of Ecstatic Bodies.” In The Virtual Embo Presence/Practice/Technology, edited by John Wood. London: Routledge, 168-177.
Race, Kane “Drugs and domesticity: Fencing the Nation” Cultural Studies Review 10:2 2004 (pdf copy)
Reynolds, Simon. 1997. “Return to Eden: Innocence, Indolence and Pastoralism in Psychedelic Music, 1966-19 Psychedelica Britannica: Hallucinogenic Drugs in Britain, edited by Antonio Melechi. London: Turnaround, 14
Riley, S., Morey, Y., & Griffin, C. “Ketamine: The Divisive Dissociative. A Discourse Analysis of the Constructions of Ketamine by Participants of a Free Party (Rave) Scene” Addiction Research & Theory Vol. 16, No. 3, 2008, pp. 217-230
Valverde, Mariana “’Slavery from within’: The Invention of Alcoholism and the Question of Free Will” Social History, Vol. 22, No. 3 (Oct., 1997), pp. 251-268
Wright, M. A. 1998. “The Great British Ecstasy Revolution.” In DIY Culture: Party and Protest in Nineties Britatin edited by McKay, George. London: Verso, 228-242.
“Club UK: Love, Ecstasy & Crime, 1993” in History is made at night: The politics of dancing and musicking (pdf copy) from: http://history-is-made-at-night.blogspot.co.uk
E is for Ecstasy – Rave Documentary (1992)
Ecstasy & Shelley’s Laserdome Rave Documentary (1993)