How Drug Abuse Affect The Citizens Of the Salt Spring Community
The method used to collect data in this project is interviews. What is an Interview?
An interview is a conversation between two people (the interviewer and the interviewee) where questions are asked by the interviewer to obtain information from the interviewee.
1. What is your Name?
2. How old are you?
3. What is your gender?
4. At what age did you start using drugs?
5. What kind of drugs do you use?
6. How does it affect you?
7. What influence you to start using drugs?
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8. Do you get or purchase the drugs you use?
9. How does this affect your family?
10. Do you use more than one drugs? If yes Please State____________________.
Procedures Used to collect Data
The persons that were chosen are known drug users but were chosen randomly. Person from both genders where chosen fifteen in total, twelve men and three women. The age range from as young as fifteen(15) years old and as old as forty(40) years old. All of the interviewees are all from the community of the Salt Spring.
The interviewees were approached and made aware of what I was doing, fort(40%) of them agreed to be interviewed the same time at which I approached and sixty(60%) agreed to be interviewed at a later date, which was arranged. Interviews were done at the Salt Spring Health Center, at my home, and at a shop in the community.
Chart Showing Gender Involve in study
The chart above display the gender difference in the research of out 15 persons interviewed 12 being males and a mere three being females.
Chart showing Types of Drugs Used by Both Genders
The chart above shows the percentage of drugs used by both male and female and what kinds. All of the interviewees reported using all the drugs listed expect for cocaine which all the female deny using. Marijuana had the highest numbers of users...
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