Lowering the drinking age could also cause problems like violent behavior, and intoxication. Also drinking could cause more problems in schools and workplaces. The drinking age should not be lowered from 21, it would not solve the problems and with anything it would make it worse. A lower drinking age would increase deaths from drinking.
Why shouldn't the drinking age be lowered to 18 Almost everyone can agree that alcohol should not be given to kids or young adults under a certain age.alcohol is a substance that is very dangerous and if you used it incorrectly the consequences can be great in danger to the users or to the ones around them.there’s many reasons why they drinking age should not be lowered from twenty one to eighteen. Drunk driving has caused a big issue in the United States. Has taken many lives.
citizens, but these things are not worth gaining if it means causing much more harm than gain. Lowering the legal drinking age would risk in the health of younger drinkers and could result in much more traffic accidents. Overall, to keep young adults safe in the U.S. we must keep the legal drinking age at 21 years
In summary, we should raise the drinking age to 21 in Australia. If we were to raise the legal drinking age, we would be able to reduce lots of problems that we concerned
Tag? When the author mentions that alcohol can lead a drunk person to behave in a way that a sober person would likely not, it could lead to teen pregnancy, rape, and suicide. Another scenario is a car accident that could have been prevented if alcohol was not involved pg . Those definitely do not bring happy thoughts to the readers minds. Logos appeal to reason or the facts that the author uses to support their view and the opposings on the argument.
The minimum drinking age needs to be lowered in order to create experienced and responsible drinkers for the future. The excuse that the government gives to young people, that they lack maturity and judgement, is condescending and ultimately creates a country where the youth does indeed lack maturity and judgement in regards to alcohol. If the Malaysia does not lower the minimum drinking age, then the problems that this country has with alcohol will increase. Lowering the drinking age to eighteen will not fix all of the drinking problems, but it will allow for an earlier introduction of teenagers to alcohol where they are more responsible and experienced for the
Something that wasn 't accounted for before inacting prohibtion however was human nature, just because a law was created didn 't change the beliefs that a person had nor did it change how the individual acted. All that changed following a new law was the concequence for an action, but depending on the action which in this case was the consumption of liquor people are more willing to break laws if it gives them access to something they have a dependency towards. For many people during that period alcohol was not only a way to relax but it was an escape from the hardships of
Furthermore, one can infer that the more a teen is exposed to the campaigning of liquor companies, the larger chance of them drinking. As commonly known, drinking under the drinking age of twenty one is illegal, and one can be fined for doing such. Another hypothesis Snyder presents is that is relationship comparing “environment[s] with...greater or fewer alcohol advertisements”(Snyder 2). This acknowledges the fact that since alcohol advertisements lead to more drinking and drinking can lead to negative effects stated, places with more alcohol campaigning will be less safe that environments
Drunk driving is a serious problem that continues to take thousands of deaths each year. Too many innocent lives been lost to drunk driving. A death from drunk driving does not only affect the victim but it affects everyone around them such as family and friends. One night, one drink, one mistake is all it takes for drunk driving to take its toll. There are many solutions to prevent drunk driving, but they will only work if we put them into play.
Although some say lowering the minimum legal drinking age, or MLDA, will only cause more underage drinking and harm the adolescent brain, the MLDA should be lowered to 18 because the legal age of adulthood is 18, and lowering the legal drinking age will cut down on underage drinking, increase responsible drinking, and decrease drunk driving accidents. In Illinois, teenagers get a permit one year before they can legally drive a car on their own, this teaches responsibility and accountability while driving, so why do we not learn how to drink responsibly? Why, on our 21st birthdays do we all go out and get so blackout drunk that our friends have to carry us home? The issue here is that teens are not taught how to drink responsibly so there
Although lowering the legal drinking age might give teenagers a chance at enjoying alcoholic beverages, the consequences are not worth the temporary pleasure. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are short and long term costs of choosing to drink alcohol. The short term risks include: careless injuries, violence, unprotected sexual behavior, and alcohol poisoning. The long term risks include: heart and liver disease, cancer in multiple parts of the body, memory loss, depression or anxiety, and alcohol dependence (www.cdc.gov). Raising the legal drinking age will provide safer roads and less damage to the consumers and their fellow peers.
When young adults below the age of 21 drink, it rarely even crosses their mind that what they are doing is illegal, they simply see drinking as one of the symbols of adulthood and seeing as they are adults they want to partake. However, every time one of these young adults takes a drink they are actively breaking the law, but it is one so horribly enforced that only around 2 in 1,000 instances of underage drinking results in arrest or citation (Wolfson 1995). This is exactly why underage drinkers are so brazen and have seemingly no respect for the law. They know they will not be caught. This habitual law breaking may lead to the idea that breaking other laws will also not end in arrest, which is often not the case.
If younger kids drink too much they can die from alcohol poisoning. Another reason not to be able to buy alcohol is that people don’t stop at one drink. They get drunk and drive.