Cause: Driving drunk
Effect One: Penalties
Losing your job
Missing your family’s time
Effect Two: Personal injury
The finical cost one self
The cost to the state for those uninsured
The cost to your family
Effect Three: Cost of life
Killing your self
Killing incident bystanders
Causing injury’s that are irreversible
Fancher, R. (2003). Drinking & DRIVING. Scholastic Choices, 19(1), 6. Retrived from EbscoHost John DiConsiglio is a 25 years veteran as a writer and editor and has won many awards. He did a great job providing lots of info. He also writes about how to protect you and your family from drunk drivers. He also talks about how you can help a friend from becoming a victim or a perpetrator. I think he did a great job informing the public and especially the target audience. Struckman, R. (2001, December 31). Drunk-driving deaths test Wild West mentality. Christian Science
Monitor. p. 3. Retrived from EbscoHost
This article was written by Robert Struckman, he been covering government issues for many years. I want to say he provided good info and got to the point of how culture has a lot to do with perception on many issues. He a member of many Associations like Healthcare Resource & Materials Management AHRMM, Cornell Daily Sun Alumni Association, Scholastic Employees & Alumni Network. Winner of numerous journalism awards including: Notable Social Studies Book of the Year, National Council for Social Studies/Children’s Book Council (2011); American Medical Association’s President’s Prize (2003); the Educational Press Association’s Distinguished Achievement Award for Excellence in Educational Journalism (1996); finalist for the American Public Health Association’s Ray Bruner Science Writing Award (1993); and a Virginia Press Association award for feature writing (1989). Drunk driving kills someone every 30 minute (2002, December 26).. New York Amsterdam News. p. 26
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New York Amsterdam new did well with providing info and numbers. They had been around scenes 1909. He number are good on death happening every 30 minutes. “That equals to 17,300 deaths and 300,000 injuries each year, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration” (N. Y. A. N. pg. 26 2002) Nation Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) a branch of the U.S. government has been sponsoring a campaign “You drink & Drive You lose”. Outline
Thesis: Drinking and driving kills and hurts thousands of people every year and costs millions of dollars to families and tax payers often resulting in penalties, injuries and loss of life.
Brief introduction to topic by definition/ explanation
Drinking is one of America’s past times
drinking is tolerated in the states
alcohol is available in bars, restaurants, stores
Importance (Why does the reader need to know about your topic?)
you can die or you can kill someone
bad decisions can change your lives for ever
Drinking and Driving kills and hurts thousands of people every year also cast millions of dollars to families and tax payers money. 1.
loss of life
A. Can be very expensive; possible loss of job.
B. “You drink and drive. You lose” (Drunk Driving, 2002). 1. Many writers express the damage drunk driving can cause.
2. They attempt to educate society.
C. “Violators can lose their licenses, time from jobs and money in fines and fees; they also face the possibility of imprisonment for repeat offenses, assault and vehicular manslaughter” (Drunk driving, 2002). 1. It’s not just about money, but ease of life, not being able to drive. 2. You can go to jail and miss family time, or go to jail for live and miss even more. III.
Injuries sustained from drunken driving accidents
The author of an article explains how you don’t...
References: Drunk driving kills someone every 30 minutes (2002, December 26).. New York Amsterdam News. p. 26.
Fancher, R. (2003). Drinking & DRIVING. Scholastic Choices, 19(1), 6.
Struckman, R. (2001, December 31). Drunk-driving deaths test Wild West mentality. Christian Science Monitor. p. 3.
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