• Drug Abuse Research
    152 Conclusions 163 Recommendations 168 6. Proposed Teacher Education Extension Program to Intensify the Implementation of Drug Abuse Prevention Program for the Students of Secondary Schools and Out-School-Youth of...
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  • Social Eonomic Development
    help (S.Timothy, 2003). Conclusion In conclusion, drug and alcohol abuse will be around as long as there are people, drugs and alcohol. One must make a proactive choice to educate and understand these addictions so that early intervention can be made as soon as abusers are identified (D.G.O’shea...
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  • substance and drug abuse
    method of data collection and analysis of the data collected. Chapter four analyses and discusses the results on the impact of substance abuse among youth in secondary school and its impact on the society. Chapter five comprises of summary, conclusions and recommendation for further research. ...
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  • Causes and Effects of Drugs Abuse
    this problem unless if the issue of drug abused is addressed as an emergency. Despite NACADA and other groups’ interventions, drugs abuse is on the increase, especially among the youths. It was therefore important to examine the causes and effects of DSA, establish the commonly abused drugs...
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  • Role of Social Media in Creating Drug Abuse Awareness Among Youths.
    twitter regularly, while 55% rarely read about it and another 35% never read about drug abuse awareness on their twitter. DISCUSSION, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS This study has been able to confirm that most Nigerian Youths, especially Undergraduates in Nigerian Universities use social media...
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  • Drug Addiction
    addicts are usually male compared to female Recommendation Based on the aforesaid findings and conclusion the researcher recommended the following: 1.The government most do on finding ways to control this particular drug addiction of youth. 2.Police inforcer also must do educating youth...
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  • Soalcohol Abuseil Conservation in Bawdens in Barbados
    ? Longman Watch Towers (1989) ALCOHOL and Teens Watch Tower Magazines Wood, G. (1986) Drug Use and Abuse Oxford APPENDIX I: QUESTIONNAIRE I am carrying out a study on alcohol use and abuse among teenagers. Would you kindly answer a few short questions to help me to do so? 1...
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  • Drug Addiction on Younger Generation
    . Actually, Drug addiction is a complex illness. It is characterized by intense and, at times, uncontrollable drug craving, along with compulsive drug seeking and use that persist even in the face of devastating consequences. Today’s youth face many risks, including drug abuse, violence, and...
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  • Social Problems Among Youth in Malaysia
    Malaysia is struggling with the reality of increasing rates of social problems among its youth. Problems arising among the youth are at the alarming state. Main problems like smoking, abortion and drugs abuse are affecting the country’s development. Therefore, it is important to study the social problems...
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  • Drug Policy
    intervention against drug use in 2005. The President's recommendation is to increase the funding to $80 million in fiscal year 2005. This new budget will be able to fund approximately 100 new local community anti-drug coalitions working to prevent substance abuse among young people. This program...
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  • Media Literacy
    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Data Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 `IV. Results and Findings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . 28` Conclusions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 Recommendations...
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  • Drug Abuse at Cuea Nairobi.
    , conclusion and recommendation 5.1 Summary The research was carried out to establish the effects of drug abuse among undergraduate students’ academic performance at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa. The researcher used stratified and random sampling survey designs. The target population was the...
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  • An Investigation to Critically Assess the Effects of Drug Abuse Among Youths Between Ages 10-25
    Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (Internal Assessment) Topic: “An investigation to critically assess the effects of drug abuse among youths between ages 10-25 of my community of Bonne Aventure” [pic] [pic] [pic...
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  • The Stigma of Drugs
    | P150 | | | | | | Unknown | P300 | | | | | | VII. SUMMARY, CONCLUSION & RECOMMENDATION * SUMMARY Prior to the completion of this documentation, the members of the documentation group have gone to different parts of Cavite. Drug addiction, as defined in...
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  • The Problems of Youth in Uganda
    . Meanwhile the weaker ones seek to do illicit practices in order to survive, thus encouraging theft and prostitution among the youth girls. Secondary school students have not been spread of the infiltration of drug abuse. According to an oral interview with some of the students, majority confessed to...
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  • Marijuana Legislation and Casual Drug Use in British Columbia
    abuse. Especially among the youth and young adult population (between the ages of 16-28) of Vancouver. 4. The War on Drugs in British Columbia has caused crime and corruption to spiral out of proportion. The illegal drug trade is the root of gang and street violence. 5. British Columbia’s...
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  • Page
    Carey clinic in the city, which recently (2000) released a report on the staggering extent of drug abuse among the youth. The report says that nyaope-dagga mixed with mandrax is becoming more popular among children, especially in townships to the north of the city. June 26 is the United Nations...
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  • Juenile Delinquency in Trinidad and Tobago
    1. Low Self Esteem 2. Increase in Drug and Alcohol Abuse B. Solutions for the effects of Juvenile Delinquency 1. Seminars and Workshops on Parenting in the home. 2. Outreach targeting youths in the Communities 3. Multi Skill Activities V11.Research...
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  • Drug Abuse
    children). VI. Conclusion-Recommendation: Drug addict is a social evil which should be fought by people from all over the world. More Kazakhstani youth is getting drug abusers. World of drugs day after day become closer to each of us. Drug addiction has already acquired the...
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  • Boom
    60.2% is opposed. The backbone of the most recent legalization movement has to be the nation’s youth. Cannabis use has become main stream among younger generations, undoubtedly as a result of the prevalence of the drug around the country as well as an increasingly positive portrayal of cannabis in...
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