Research Paper On Drugs And Alcohol
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Alcohol and Drug Use/Juvenile Crime
An 8 page research paper that includes a brief abstract, which investigates literature on alcohol and drug consumption in order to discern the relationship between these factors and juvenile involvement in criminal behavior. First of all, the writer summarizes four relevant research studies; then, findings are summarized and discussed and conclusions are drawn, which argue that, rather than a causal effect of criminal behavior, alcohol and drug consumption is a symptom of the social and mental health issues with which juvenile offenders have to cope. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
AIDS, HIV, Behaviors and Attitudes of Young People I
A 3 page research paper exploring the affects of AIDS education on young adults ages 18-24. The writer attempts to show that many young adults who participate in risky sexual behavior are not uneducated about the possibility of exposure to HIV. There are also a number of other factors that influence peoples choices around risky behaviors, including the use of drugs and alcohol. The writer cites a number of sources that support the idea that excessive alcohol consumption increases risky behaviors. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Alcohol in Society
This 6 page paper examines alcohol toxicity, drinking at work, drug testing, health concerns and more. Alcoholism as a family disease is also discussed. This paper includes many facts about the toxic nature of alcohol and how it is related to homicide and suicide. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Alcohol and Depression
A 3 page paper discussing the link between depression and alcohol use, both as a reason that some people begin drinking and a reason that others continue. Researchers link childhood depression with early onset of alcohol use; other research examines the effects of antidepressants on alcohol use and establishes a cross-cultural link between depression and heavy alcohol use. All research is from 2006 and 2007. Bibliography lists 4 sources.