Children are often the victims of cocaine or crack cocaine using parents. Children born to cocaine users suffer from the harmful pre-natal exposure to the drug and are often times subjected to parental abuse by their addicted parents (“Effects of Cocaine in Society”, 2006). In the workplace, cocaine is costly in terms of lost work time and inefficiency. Cocaine users are more likely than nonusers to have occupational accidents which endangering themselves and those around them. The effects of cocaine on society can be seen in drug-related crime statistics.
Cartels all across the nation have a big influence on the raging war with drugs. By Mexico and Colombia trafficking drugs across the border by land, sea, and air, it adds fuel to the constant fire burning known as drug addicts. Not only do they affect society, but doctors assist in this habit by prescribing unnecessary narcotics to treat minor aches and pains. The most commonly traded drugs include marijuana and cocaine, shown as mostly popular among teens and young adults. Because of the number of fatalities that have occurred due to drug overdose and other contributing factors, drug abuse has proven to be the nation’s number one problem.
To begin with, young children are turning to drugs in order to satisfy their growing pain. After the terrible incident of residential schools, the neverending history of suffering can cause a child to reciprocate their feelings by abusing substances. In Tracey Lindberg’s, Birdie, it’s stated briefly of the ways in which Bernice relies on alcohol on many lonely nights. “She knows that she shouldn’t have gone to the motel with him. There are a lot of shouldn’t haves.
Some might say this crime happened because Van Der Sloot is a psychopath. He targeted this pretty young girl and she became his victim. However, whether Van Der Sloot is a psychopath or not, this crime happened because of underage drinking. If she was more aware of her surroundings there might have a been a possibility of this never happening.
These assaults often start small, a shove or grabbing your wrist, but over time it will become worst. Most likely with other abusive behaviors, like emotional and verbal abuse Psychological, emotional, and mental abuse which are linked together, the abuser uses emotional abuse to wither away their partners self-esteem and reduce their confidence to increase their reliant on the abuser. Tactics such as criticism, intimidation, isolating them from their family and friends to gain control over them(Lwa,2018). The last country, I chose is Saudi Arabia. Women were the victims in 45 % of domestic violence cases filed in the last year with the Ministry of Justice.
The institution of prostitution is so corrupt, so violent that it can’t be fixed. It must be abolished. There is now much empirical data showing that whatever its legal status, prostitution is connected with violence. A sex buyer described prostitution as “renting an organ for 10 minutes.” Women in prostitution tell us that this makes them feel like “toilets.” This dehumanization by sex buyers has devastating effects” (Farley). While her comments are not completely untrue, she uses sweeping generalizations that all sex workers are suffering.
Many women from third world countries are lured into this trade with the bait of false marriages or false jobs. Many of the victims are forced with violence or indirectly with psychological blackmail into the sex trade. Human trafficking is the worst form of abuse that can be inflicted on an individual. A trafficked human being suffers from mental, and physical abuse, leaving them with lifelong mental illnesses. Many women dream of a better life and are willing to travel across the globe to better their lives.
Crank is written by Ellen Hopkins, this novel is about a gifted student who gets addicted to this drug with the street name “crank”, but medically called Methamphetamine, which is treated for patients who suffer with ADHD and usually helps with weight loss in obese patients. She goes through many things, which are the consequences of her taking this drug. At a point in this period she finds out that she’s pregnant by a man who actually raped her. Through everything that she went through she struggles with trying to break through this
Imagine developing a disease that could easily hijack the brain from voluntary behavior of using drugs (including alcohol); an addiction that initially could be preventable. The song lyrics from “The River”, sang by the Tea Party, define an addict who is in trouble for her life because of the use of drugs and/or alcohol. The title of the song, “The River” is referred to as the addict’s bloodstream tainted from her addiction. She struggles to survive, but the more she uses, the more drugs are desired, causing her addiction. One might take drugs for the following reasons: to feel good, to mask pain/problems, to do better, from peer pressure, or to feel better.
If they make it legal it will just get worst and would make it more dangerous for women and young ladies. They don 't stop to think if it would help or worsen the problem. “While their strategic may differ, decriminalization and legalization advocates agree that the anti - trafficking - on - crimes - rhetoric conflating trafficking and consensual prostitution only drives the trade further underground and makes life for sex workers more dangerous (Weissmuellar, Zack8). Legalizing would make it more dangerous and dirtier. It can have a lot of effects on women that are force an abducted to this trafficking, prostitution dirty system.