• Substance Abuse in America
    and beliefs about poverty. The study found that those that live at 200% or more of the poverty level, as well as those that live below 200% over the poverty level, attribute the major cause of poverty to drug abuse (NPR, 2001). This survey also revealed that those who live under 200% of the poverty...
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  • Causes and Effects of Drugs Abuse
    DRUGS ABUSE IN KENYA: ITS CAUSES AND EFFECTS IN CENTRAL PROVINCE: A CASE STUDY OF KANDARA DIVISION BY ROBERT WAGUCHU NG’ANG’A DS/0048/07 REPORT PRESENTED TO THE SCHOOL OF DEVELOPMENT AND STRATEGIC STUDIES (SDSS) MASENO UNIVERSTY IN PARTIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHALOR OF ARTS...
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  • Domestic Violence
    abuse, and increase healthy life skills (National Institute on Drug Abuse 2009). One small study (N = 64) compared a combined treatment for substance abuse and domestic violence (SADV) with a Twelve-Step Facilitation (TSF) group. An analysis involving 58 participants investigated the effect...
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    abuse among learners? What is the effect of peer pressure on adolescent drug abuse? 1.5 Objectives of the study To determine how social status affects the abuse of drugs among learners in Atteridgeville high schools. To determine the effects of family structures on the adolescent drug abuse. To...
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  • Causes of Crime in Institutions of Higher Learning
    in criminal activities. Besides this, the study also examined the major effects of crime in the social development of the students and the level of their production in their employment lives. 1.4 objectives of the study The general objective of the study was to establish the causes of crime in...
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  • The effect of illegal drug
    brain processes the chemicals in each drug. The amount of drugs needed to cause certain effects vary as well. All of an individual’s perceptions are controlled by the brain; therefore, the brain dictates the effects of drug abuse in individuals. What a person feels, hears, smells, tastes, thinks, and...
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  • Child Abuse
    academic difficulties which a kid needs for him to live his future life and cooperate with his social life. All of these effects are connected if the kid has a bad behavior he would eventually abuse alcohol and drugs, and this will also cripple his studies. These effects will also lead the kid to have...
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  • Drug Abuse
    conducted a study and came to a conclusion that 90% of American students have friends or know other students who consume drugs during school hours. One of the main causes for drug abuse to increase is social media. The study had showed that many students (75%) had seen pictures on facebook and other...
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  • The Effect of Drug Abuse on Students and Others
    activities. Drug abuse affects the whole society, in a border perspective. It also hampers the social development. Societal development will not be possible if we are not able to make the drug free youth society. The study of The Effect of Drug Abuse on Students and Others will explain the relationship...
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  • Drug Addiction on Younger Generation
    HIV/AIDS. Responding to these risks before they become problems can be difficult. One of the goals of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) is to help the public understand the causes of drug abuse and to prevent its onset. Drug abuse has serious consequences in our homes, schools, and...
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  • social studies
    respondents express that the.. Bibliography Modules in Social Studies with SBA guide and CXC questions 4th Edition, Ramsawak, Rampersad and Ralph R. Umraw Acknowledgment I would to thank god almighty for giving me the strength and wisdom to complete this project. I also wish to thank my teacher mrs cole for her help and invaluable feedback. ...
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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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  • Research Paper
    is a powerful drug that causes physical, social, and psychological effects. Those effects include anxiety and depression. Bibliography lists 6 sources. PCefalc.doc Sociological Perspectives on Alcoholism : A 9 page paper which addresses the condition of alcoholism from sociological perspectives...
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  • Drug Trafficking
    cause death directly but they may be associated with fatal accidents. In this paragraph I will be discussing the effects of drug abuse on teens. Teens often experiment with a variety of activities and narcotics. Sometimes, this experimentation can lead to substance abuse and addiction. It is said...
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  • Alcoholism: Supported by Empirical Evidence
    psychosocial treatment, participation in Alcoholics Anonymous including abstinence from the drug completely, and having drug abuse education to counteract the social culture in which an addict is surrounded. Keywords: alcoholism, addiction, effects, causes, treatment Because...
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  • How Does Drug Abuse Affect Personal Development of Hong Kong Teenagers?
    Miss.Fung, a teenage social worker who has handled numerous of cases about teenage drug abuse. She gave a detailed distribution about the cause and bad effects of teenage drug abuse which is very similar to the data collected through questionnaire. However, she gave a great suggestion in preventing...
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  • Influence of Drug and Alcohol Abuse Amoung Kenyan Teenage Education
    problem. The specific objectives of the study are as follows. To: a. Examine the causes and extent of drug and alcohol abuse among youth in schools. b. Identify commonly abused drugs among the youth in schools. c. Identify and evaluate strategies used in schools to address drug and...
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  • The disadvantage of drugs
    temperature and blood pressure. This situation are the effects of drugs by overdosed and abused. Secondly, Social problem will be increased and effected individuals relationship with which other. According to ( Health J, 2001). 1995 Detroit Area Study in conjunction with tract level data from...
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  • Communication IA Preface
    the dangers and traits of psychopaths. This can be placed in local newspapers so it can be available for all citizens to view it. Social Studies SBA Method of Investigation I have decided to do a questionnaire in order to collect date for my survey. A questionnaire will help me to...
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  • Drug Abuse
    Drug abuse has become a major social problem. What makes drug abuse a social problem is that drug abuse can cause individuals to suffer from mental problems, health problems, work problems, and educational problems. Drug abuse can have an impact on families and friends. Drug abuse is one of the...
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