E-cigarettes have positive affects that are less harmful for people to get cancer. Most people who use traditional cigarettes are exposed to toxins that cost health issues. This new technology was designed this device to imitate the feeling of smoking without the harmful effects. E-cigarettes have many positive affects that could be beneficial for the future and could also save hundreds of thousands of lives. In the E-cigarettes article, the opponent argued that e-cigarettes offer a way to quit smoking tobacco cigarettes.
When sold, it is a mixture of dried out leaves, stems, flowers and seeds of the hemp plant; it is usually green, brown or gray in color. With a few exceptions, the use of weed is banned for many reasons including the loss interest in health, life, school activities and social life. However, this doesn’t stop people from consuming this easily obtainable drug. In fact, it is one of the most consumed drugs around the world. Hence, although it affects the natural brain functions such as: memory, coordination, learning, and the ability to problem solve; being illegal causes no difference in its use, which is why legalizing it may seem like a good idea.
In two thousand and nine there was a national survey done by The National Institute Drug Abuse which showed that more than one hundred and four million kids over the age of twelve had at least used marijuana at least once in life. Parents that is a serious problem! A hundred and four million kids, not a thousand, but a million kids. The consumption of marijuana in teens has risen in the last couple of years and continues to keep getting higher and higher. This problem has risen because of the parents not taking action in the teen’s life when they were younger and developing the lessons of life.
Reading your response to the domestic violence question I can respect your argument that domestic violence is a personal issue. But the example you used is supporting the belief that domestic violence is a social issue. Across the world addiction, alcoholism and substance abuse are social issues that manifests itself in the home increasing the likelihood of domestic violence . In addition, exposure to violence, especially in childhood, places children at risk for the development of trauma symptoms or PTSD (Levendosky, Bogat, & Martinez-Torteya, 2013). Children exposed to domestic violence many develop lasting physical and emotional dysfunction often times leading to either perpetuation of violence or victimization, rebellion, or poor overall
Juvenile delinquency has been an emerging problem that needs researcher’s attention to address the many dynamics that play a role in what leads youth to delinquency, and how to effectively treat delinquency. Many factors like socioeconomic status (SES), parenting styles, and neighborhoods can contribute to juvenile delinquency and how well they adhere to treatment services. In economically strained families, difficulties can arise and have adverse effects that may lead to a risk of juvenile delinquency. Research lacks the necessary knowledge about potential factors, like socioeconomic status, that affect interventions like Multisystemic therapy (MST), and the diverse influences it may have on SES. Without this knowledge, interventions like
Radical criminology draws together the studies of interactionism, labelling, Marxism, critical criminology and gender which provide the understanding of youth crime from different perspective as discussed in the paper. This paper discusses the theories in radical criminology which contributes core understanding of the youth crime. Furthermore, the nature and extent of youth crime as well as the impact it had on the response of the criminal justice system is critically evaluated. Crime and Criminal Justice System According to McAra and McVie (2010) rupturing of any law and regulation is recognised as crime which may be minor as well as severe. It is said that the administration or establishments generally make laws and commandments that the people of the state
(Jordan 1). Secondly not only does it affect smokers but even people who don 't even partake in the activity of smoking cigarettes. Second hand smoke is a serious issue and can cause cancer almost easy as being an actual smoker can. Stanford University had released a study that shows that secondhand smoke exposure levels are very close to the amount of cancerous smoke active smokers are affected by. According to a 1997 California EPA Report on Secondhand Smoke 53,800 people die every year from secondhand smoke exposure.
Argumentative Essay: Should Tobacco Be Banned? Name Instructor Institution Course Date Should Tobacco Be Banned According to the existing statistics, the greatest proportion of the world’s population does not smoke tobacco. As noted in the United States of America, only one out of four adults smoke. In Kenya, it is estimated that one of every five teenagers smoke. It has also been established that that most people start smoking at the age between 12 and 14, in addition to the fact that 1,200 tobacco smokers die every from smoking (Eaton, 2003).