+ere we have the "ays’. !rom the very onset, speaking from an ethical standpoint, there is the argument of free will8free choice. 7oes the government, or anyone for that matter, have the right to say someone cannot do something$ 7oes the government have the right to ban advertising to even attempt to lower the usage of tobacco when it is argued that people should have the right to choose what they want to do with their health$ ne of the other ma'or arguments by those opposed is that a ban is that if it is legal to manufacture, then it should be legal to advertise. !urthermore, such a ban is no good for the economy. A lot of the tobacco industry is done through farming.
If the ban was implemented properly or not is an important question. As a government working for its citizens, they are obligated to ban tobacco advertising. If the government doesn’t take the action, then nobody else is going to make a ban. Some people that oppose the ban may say the government’s decision is powerless. However, these that oppose the decision need to recognize that supporting the ban is the ethical decision.
Comparing these beverages to alcohols, the only difference one may be able to identify is that alcohol is not marketed to minors whereas these caffeine-rich products are, which just makes the case worse. Which is also why I strongly think there should be a legal drinking age be imposed on energy drinks. We being the educated individuals that we are, should become more vigilant. Knowledge is power and alerting each other to the possible danger of these beverages is vital. I hope each one of y'all will take back some learning from my speech and try to create awareness and educate others about this matter and think twice before consuming energy drinks.
“When the British Parliament turned to its next attempt to tax the colonies, this time by a set of taxes which it hoped would not excite as much opposition, the colonial leaders organized boycotts” (A People’s History of the United States, 1492-Present 62) is an example of how the colonies disobeyed England. Adams stated, he wanted “"No Mobs- No Confusions-No Tumult" (A People’s History of the United States, 1492-Present 63) against the British. He supported civil disobedience with England, but not with the US because he felt that people had a voice in their government unlike the people who had a
Banning Books infringes on people 's personal rights. Body Paragraphs (at least THREE) Books should not be banned because people have rights to any book. “You get to feel things, visit places and worlds you would never otherwise know. You learn that everyone else out there is a me, as well. You 're being someone else, and when you return to your own world, you 're going to be slightly
When a journalist wants to report an article, interview, survey, etc. they cannot report what people need and/or want to know, they can only report what the government wants the people to know (“Censorship Effects on Society”). They do not have the freedom to express what they really want to which deprives them of their rights. The United States and many other countries see the internet as a threat and a means of control which is why information of the World Wide Web is censored (Bennett). It is believed that the government censors as a way to have control not to protect citizens; by knowing more, they have the upper
Books are being Censored and We need to stop it! Throughout our years on earth, Literature has grown as a subject and matter happening in our society, some that have some controversy and are later banned by governments, etc. I think that banned books should be open to the public to due to the freedom of our country allowing us to do read what we want, it is not right for the government to censor our learning, and Everyone should be able to choose and know what they are going to read, but have the choice to read it anywhere. Banned books should be open to the public to due to the freedom of our country allowing us to do read what we want. For Example, “Five appendixes comprise the last half of the volume and present the following: discussions
For example, in most of the advertisements for alcohol products, a warning is included that indicates that the users should not drink and drive and that alcohol should not be sold to children under 18 years of age (Hammond, 2011). The advertisements for tobacco products are also important because in most cases they contain the warning regarding the health risks of smoking. It would be wrong to ban the advertisements for tobacco and alcohol products yet the products themselves are not
that the controversy regarding the ban is just a smokescreen as the tobacco industry would have been notified about the law months before it came under public scrutiny. My position on what governments across the world should do in regards to tobacco advertising is that some form of tobacco advertising should be permitted like corporate sponsorships while others should be illegal like TV and magaCase Analysis: Ban on Tobacco Ads by the Government of India The plan by India's government to ban tobacco advertising generated a lot of heated discussions for and against the move, this paper will summarize the arguments for and against the plan. The Ayes' Advocates for the ban argued that the ban wasn’t unusual as it was following precedents that
This can be explained by that the worldwide tourism industry believes that the success of a country in tourism can be measured by economic facts, all other factors are not taken into consideration. This is why they believe that it is the best to ignore the factors that have a potential negative effect. What we know is that the government did set up certain rules in order to prevent the sex tourism, but the rules are not as black and white as they should be. Thai officials often keep a blind eye when noticing sex tourism, this could be explained by that those officials probably have family working in sex tourism. I do not think these rules will help Thailand, sex tourism will stay in this country.