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Running head (max 50 characters): 'PMA sounds fun': Negotiating drug discourses online (46 characters) Abstract In 2007, a young woman, Annabel Catt, died after consuming a capsule sold as 'ecstasy' that contained para-methoxyamphetamine (PMA). In this paper, we describe how this death was depicted in online drug-user communities and illustrate how the meanings of drug use are negotiated in online settings. News articles, public online discussions, and online fieldwork formed the data. Thisdoi:10.3109/10826084.2013.852584 pmid:24779498 fatcat:urjphk5bvfejlkmmtvbw23qpj4