• Illegal Race
    FINAL DRAFT BEL311 THE EFFECT OF ILLEGAL RACING AMONG TEENAGERS IN MALAYSIA Student Name :Syahirah Athirah Binti Suhaili (2010589587) Nur Muliany Binti Hashim (2010585775) Class : ACD3Az Lecturer Name : Madam Majdah Chulan FINAL DRAFT TTHE EFFECTS OF ILLEGAL RACING AMONG TEENAGERS IN MALAYSIA ...
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    Street racing has long been identified as a threat to civil society with significant social and economic impact. Street racing threatens the lives of other road users and causes unnecessary nuisance to the public. There are several ways to prevent teenagers from being involved in illegal racing are parents...
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  • Illegal Street Racing
    Introduction Street racing has been identified as a threat to civil society with significant social and economic impact . Street racing is illegal in Malaysia , as reckless stunts on public roads endanger the lives of many . One of Malaysia ’ s subcultures...
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  • Media Culture
    fact that should be recognized by all Americans is that negative effects on the American culture are being brought by the mass media, especially paper ads from magazines and fads created by movies. Many messages that establish negative effects on society are first created for one intention: profit. The...
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  • book
    peed racing is an underground lifestyle that involves many dangerous activities that have a possibility of causing injury or death to a person or groups of people. Gambling has been a huge motivating factor for illegal racing between adults and teenagers, this leads to fights, stealing, gang disputes...
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  • Illegal Street Racing
    Illegal Street racing Racing is a sport where gearheads build and modify cars and race against each other for fun, bragging rights, money, or even bet their own cars for pinks. But most of it happens on the street. Imagine you’re driving in a fully built LS1 Camaro with twin 67mm turbos, 200 shot...
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  • Illlegal Street Racing
    the fastest growing worldwide sports right now is racing. There are numerous forms of racing but Street Racing is one that is mainly performed by teenagers. Street racing originated from Drag Racing, on a quarter-mile strip. As the sport of street racing began to spread around the early ‘90s, people couldn’t...
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  • Management Report
    Executive summary The Hong Kong Jockey Club is one of the largest racing organizations in the world. Horse racing is the most popular spectator sport in Hong Kong and the Club is the only authorized operator of horse racing. It also operates the Mark Six lottery and under Government authority offers...
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  • Responses to the Problem of Street Racing
    Responses to the Problem of Street Racing Your analysis of your local problem should give you a better understanding of the factors contributing to it. Once you have analyzed your local problem and established a baseline for measuring effectiveness, you should consider possible responses to address...
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  • Brotherhood of Street Racers
    15-17 year old kid does not have the best judgment, and 17-25 also make mistakes, but should those mistakes make him or her a convicted felon. Street racing goes on all over the U.S. and is so underground right now that you would not know it is even going on, we raced on the NEWS one mile from the police...
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  • microeconomics
    ht h trh r htr h 1. Introduction (BY WONG YAT MING) Casino is equal to all kinds of gambling properties or activities including horse-racing, dog-racing and cruise ships. Nowadays, there are about 6,224 casinos in the world. The most popular casino must be the one in Las Vegas. Besides, Cathy...
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  • The Effects of Gambling
    about the negative effects of gambling. Central Idea: In order to fully understand the why gambling should be illegal, one must briefly learn about the history, the types, and the negative effects. Introduction I. Opening Statement II. History III. Types IV. Negative Effects V. Biblical Perspective ...
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  • Film Analysis
    get from a film: First, the pleasant sensation of immediately watching, as this has the sensory stimulation that brought by the visuals and sound effects of a film, as well as makes the audience to follow the narrative plot, the situation and the feelings experienced by the actor. Second, film also provides...
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  • Mat Rempit
    threaten the stability of the community and that require programs amelioration.”  From the definition, we can say that social problems actually give bad effects not only to individual, but a large number of peoples. Besides that, the act of social problems can give threaten and need to do something to make...
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  • Drag Racing
    Introduction Drag racing, an acceleration contest from a standing start between two vehicles covering a measured distance, is probably as old as the automobile itself. As a legal and commercially organized sport, however, it began on Sunday, June 19, 1950. On that day at an airstrip near Santa Ana,...
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  • pros and cons of horse racing
    Horse racing is an adrenaline filled sport for all the participants. It is a short lived, action packed, joy ride. The sport has increased in popularity over the past several years, due to the need for a rush, and is continuing to rise. Due to this massive influx in size the amount of money the business...
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  • Gambling
    never paid. Lotteries were not the only form of gambling during this era; wagering on horse racing was a popular form of gambling. Unsurprisingly, it was not quite as organized as modern horse racing. The first racetrack in North America was built on Long Island in 1665. Casino gaming started...
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  • Research Paper
    greenhouse gases, in the atmosphere. Global warming effects -greenhouse gases can stay in the atmosphere for an amount of years ranging from decades to hundreds and thousands of years. No matter what we do, global warming is going to have some effect on Earth. One of those are ‘spread of disease’...
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  • Illegalrace
    this will help check the "rempit" menace where Mat Rempit love to show off their riding stunts on public roads, and also illegal racing among this young group of daredevil motorcyclists. "Mat Rempit always make their mothers worry. When untoward incidents...
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  • Worldview
    .............17 * Global Warming..............................................................................................18 * Illegal Street Racing Deaths......................................................................19-22 YOUTH CULTURE & ISLAMIC INTELLIGENTSIA.................
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