• Teenage Pregnancy
    THE PROBLEM Teenage pregnancy is a common social problem in both Western and Eastern cultures. In United States, the statistics show that more than 3,000 teens get pregnant every day and the half them give births (McCoullough & Scherman(1991), cited in Yucel, 2003). Although teenage pregnancy may...
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  • Perception of the Selected Students of St. Anne College Lucena Incorporated on Comprehensive Dangerous Drug Act of 2002 (R.A. 9165)
    human, mind and body is a critical component to the resolution of issues concerning drugs abuse and understanding of basic pharmacology is requisite for informed discussion on practically of every drug related issue and controversy one does not have to look far to find misinformed debate, much of which...
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  • FACTORS AFFECTING THE LEVEL OF COMPLIANCE OF GATEKEEPERS ON THE REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH EDUCATION OF ADOLESCENCE IN LEGAZPI HOPE CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL
    education among gatekeepers. 3. Enumerate factors that affect the provision of ASRH education among gatekeepers (i.e., parents) along: a. Prior related behavior b. Personal factors c. Situational factors 4. Measure the level of acceptance for gatekeepers of ASRH education in terms of: a. Perceived...
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  • Kids in the Butt
    Substance Use and Abuse Among Children and Teenagers Michael D. Newcomb University of Southern California Peter M. Bentler University of California, Los Angeles ABSTRACT During the past several years, there has been a renewed national concern about drug abuse, culminating in the current "war...
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  • Teenage Runaway
    LITERATURE REVIEW POVERTY, HOMELESSNESS AND TEENAGE PREGNANCY February 2006 Prepared for: First Steps Housing Project, Inc. Saint John, NB Prepared by: Evaluation Designs Ltd. Fredericton, N. B. Funding for this Literature Review was provided by First Steps Housing Project Inc. Saint...
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  • Premarital Sex: Age Bracket and Factors Influencing It
    include: increasing pre-marital sexual activity, prostitution, sexual abuse, unwanted pregnancies, abortions, rising incidence of sexually transmitted diseases (STD), increasing risk of HIV/AIDS, domestic violence, and tobacco and alcohol abuse (Algaa, 2000). In many developing countries, adolescents rarely...
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  • Drinking and Driving
    DECREASING BAC LEVEL AND MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS The reduction of the blood alcohol content can reduce the number of motor vehicle related death of teenage drivers. Michael Ochakovsky Hofstra University 2 DECREASING BAC...
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  • drug
    http://www.ojjdp.gov/PUBS/drugid/ration-03.html Consequences of youth substance abuse Young people who persistently abuse substances often experience an array of problems, including academic difficulties, health-related problems (including mental health), poor peer relationships, and involvement with...
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  • Teen Pregnancy
    methodology included a review of professional literature. The conclusion stated that teen pregnancy is not a solitary issue that can be solved with one specific strategy. It is both a cause and effect of larger problems, such as poverty, sexual victimization, child abuse and family dysfunction, all of which...
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  • Is It Socialy and Culturally Acceptable for Australian Teenagers to Binge Drink?
    increase in teenage binge drinking? Gregory Elliot (2009) investigated the impacts family and friends have on teenagers, and the influences they have on them to binge drink. Elliot (2009) also made us aware of how a child being raised around alcohol, impacts the child’s perception on alcohol later in life...
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  • Influence of Drugs to Youngsters
    death if overdosed. Drugs can be highly addictive, and that’s one of the main dangers. Drug abuse – two words that strike fear, confusion and concern into parent’s hearts. And with good reasons, as drug abuse can have a serious, life changing impact on youngsters, their physical and mental health is...
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  • Essay about Alcoholism and Drug Addiction
    and all across the globe. It gives rise to criminality and criminal behavior which eventually leads to social disorganization. Alcoholism and drug related offences being victimless crime, they fall in the category of public order crimes or consensual crimes. Seigal (2004) has defined victimless crime...
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  • Factors that Contribute to the Incidence of Tobacco Smoking among the Students of Puntod National High School: A Basis for Preventative Measure To Deter Student from Smoking
    hypertension, emphysema, lung cancer, etcetera). In an article written by Dela Cruz in the Manila Times last August 2012, it is said that the Philippines is the highest ranked tobacco smoking country. Furthermore, the country’s Health Secretary Enrique Ona was cited in stating that boys between the...
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  • Child Sexual Abuse: a Precursor for Recreational Drug Abuse Among Young Adult Women
    Child Sexual Abuse (CSA): A precursor for recreational drug abuse (alcohol and nicotine) | |among young adult women SHEEBA SHAMSUDEEN...
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  • Chapter 2 - Factors Affecting Violations of School Policies
    Violation According to Commission on Filipino Overseas (2000), school policies, rules and regulations are guidelines related to the internal governance of each of the Philippines school overseas, including their prescribed standards, as defined and approved by their respective governing bodies in accordance...
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  • Alcohol Awareness
    Executive Summary Alcohol abuse among young people is a serious issue facing society. The Clarity Foundation has developed a strategy to help address this challenge and through a series of initiatives hopes to change the way young people view alcohol abuse and the associated dangers. From a detailed...
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  • Date Rape in the Philippines
    victims have reiterated. Women that have long been taken advantage of for men’s sexual pleasure, it is the same in every country, not just in the Philippines. Women have been fighting all throughout their history to gain equality, to rise from oppression, to release themselves from male domination, that...
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  • Bill
    or the House Bill No. 5727, “An Act Restructuring the Excise Tax on Alcohol and Tobacco Products” that aims to update excise taxes that remain at 1997 rates. This papers aims to study the effects of the said bill in the Philippines by the use of frequency distribution as the statistical tool to find...
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  • Effects of Having a Broken Family on the Academic Performance of the Fourth Year Students
    While institutional factors are family or parental influences, societal influences, institutional influences and school related factors- student/lecturer rapport, teacher related factors, accommodation and living conditions. In the same vein, Wiseman (1973), Sogbetan (1981) and Hassan (1983) among others...
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  • Motherhood and the Behavioral Patterns
    it’s an open subject to them, they should advise their children not to forget their condoms or even have their Depovella injection. Our country, Philippines, is not considered a first-world country but since we are westernized, this topic has been open to us. Teenagers and young adults who are not married...
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