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    with heavy purses take to drug habit. When their money is spent they spread its use among others, some youth take drugs to overcome frustration in life. Some children take to drugs whose parents often quarrel at home. There are scores of other factors which lead children to drug addiction. They try...
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  • MUN - ROK
    education for youth at facilities such as Juvenile Correctional Institutes or Detention Centers accommodating juvenile delinquents ● Strong crackdown and punishment on drugrelated crimes perpetrated toward youth It goes without saying that youth drug abuse is a terrible loss not only for the youth...
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  • Drug Education
    to drug habit. When their money is spent they spread its use among others, some youth take drugs to overcome frustration in life. Some children take to drugs because their parents often quarrel at home. There are scores of other factors which lead to children with drug addictions. They try to ape the...
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  • women empowerment
    . Other hand, it has been observed that women are found to be less literate than men. According to 2001 census, rate of literacy among men in India is found to be 76% whereas it is only 54% among women. Thus, increasing education among women is of very important in empowering them. It has also noticed...
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  • Harnessing Youth in Entrepreneurship
    China and the US, 45 years in West Europe and 48 years in Japan. This is the “demographic dividend” that research analysts keep harping about — by 2020, the working age population in India is expected to grow by more than 47 million people. The power the youth can wield was recently on display...
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  • Media is responsible for the rise of criminal cases amongst youngsters
    pools the crime rate is disquietingly growing and if something is not done soon, this phenomenon will become a real calamity. Escalating aggression, especially among the young generation is extremely harmful to the society as a whole. To the most common factors instigating teen violence belong...
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  • Youth activism through social media in Assam: An exploratory study
    through social media by publicizing and organizing people, where the predominance of the youths is distinctly visible. It is seen that, there has been an increasing number of cyber activism among the online ‘Assamese’ youth communities which has apparently given raise to cyber-civil societies in...
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  • An Attitude Survey of Crime Programmes on Kannada News Channel
    indulge in crime related activities. 4. H04: Coverage of Crime news is more prominent in television rather than any other form of Media. 5. H05: To access the level of crime in Bangalore city and the perception of crime among youth. 3.3 Duration of Study The study was undertaken...
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  • Media and Youth
    , obesity, substance abuse, eating disorders and unsafe sexual behavior among youth, increasingly attributed to commercial media aimed at children and youth. In developing countries, where resources limit domestic productions, a majority of programs for children and youth are imported. Unfortunately...
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  • Socilogy
    system of Pakistan Deplorably low rate of literacy and deterioration in standard of education in the educational institutions contributed much in increasing unemployment rate. Our educational system is also responsible for increasing unemployment rate among the educated youth. Education system is...
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  • Essay about Alcoholism and Drug Addiction
    definition of drug-related crime, though this is clearly a prerequisite for designing and evaluating an acceptable strategy toward these intertwined types of deviant behaviour. Alcoholism, drug-use and Crime : India Alcohol consumption has been steadily increasing in developing countries like...
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  • 100 Years of Indian Cinema - 1
    heroes and heroines, and sooner than later get into trouble. Full of artificiality, cheap romance and eroticism, they mislead the youth who are obviously immature and inexperienced. Many a crime among youth has been inspired by such films. The increasing unrest, lawlessness, indiscipline etc. among...
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  • Cyberbullying and Cyber Crime
    the world, and the percentage of victims by cyber crime and cyber bullying had been slightly increasing in the past two years. Research Question: How can we increase society’s awareness about “cyber crime”? And what are the duties of the society to control this issue and protect their children from...
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  • Women Empowerment
    responsibility and most children had not reported the matter to anyone. The ever increasing rate of child molestation in India brings forth a mentality prevalent in the Indian man (or woman, as the case may be). They are of the thought that children are an easy target and can easily be molested and abused...
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  • Trends in First Page Priorities
    attract the readers both by way of slashing the prices (Samir Jain’s-Times of India formula of fixing price for each day’s paper differently1) and increasing the number of pages in the form of special daily supplements. In the regional editions zone wise publications in half-demy size began with...
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  • The Concept of Community
    other hand, the use of weapons and sharp instruments has predominantly controlled the teenagers of Great Britain. As gang culture has been an issue in the community, youth crime has become a vital practice among teenagers using these dangerous weapons. A record of gun and knife deaths that shows that...
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  • Drug Addiction
    , and the numbers of drug addicts are increasing day by day. According to a UN report, One million heroin addicts are registered in India, and unofficially there are as many as five million. What started off as casual use among a minuscule population of high-income group youth in the metro has...
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  • Drug Addiction
    tackle the growing substance abuse among the youth. The word alcohol comes from an Arabic word Aal-kuhul which means finely divided spirit. Usually it is made from fermented starch and though it gives an initial lift, it is a depressant. There are many types of alcohol. Ethyl alcohol is what is...
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  • Juvenile Delinquency
    affected between a group of individuals leading to maladjustments and conflict. In a developing country like India the problem of juvenile neglect and delinquency is considerably low but gradually increasing according to the National crime record bureau report 2007. What is worrying more is that the...
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  • Drug Trafficking
    pharmaceutical substances were reported to be due to non-availability and increasing street price of heroin.” Summarizing the main injection drugs in India, Dorabjee & Samson (1997) list heroin followed by various pharmaceutical products including tidigesic, buprenorphine, proxyvon, and valium. Among...
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