Research Paper On Teenage Drinking And Driving
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Drinking, Driving, Moral and Legal Obligations
This is an 8 page paper discussing the moral and legal responsibility and the campaigns against drinking and driving. As drinking and driving continues to take many lives on an annual basis, two different formats are being used to control drinking and driving in Canada and the United States. From a legal perspective, stricter laws are being advocated to try and deter and punish people from drinking and driving. Perhaps more effective campaigns however, are those which have targeted the moral responsibility of drinking. Harm reduction programs, moderation management and public awareness are now becoming more prominent in regards to a person’s moral and social responsibility to use self-control and moderation when drinking in order for the protection of the individuals and others in society. Provincial alcohol boards and some alcohol distributors are now promoting the moral obligations and choices people must make when they drink. In addition, many believe that the laws reflect the moral and values of the population even though they may conflict with images of irresponsibility which are often promoted as well. In the case of hard core drinkers who seemed unaffected by moral responsibility campaigns, stricter laws are being suggested focusing on the hard core drinker.
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Driving Under the Influence Narrative Essay
This 4 page paper examples a narrative essay on the topic of drunk driving. It is written from the perspective of one who has lost a husband to a drunk driver. Laws, legislation, potential solutions offered. Bibliography lists 0 sources.
Argument in Favor of Lowering the Legal Drinking Age to Eighteen
This 7 page paper provides an argument for lowering the drinking age from 21 to 18. Pros and cons are provided. Several issues are addressed including drinking and driving, problems on college campuses, drug abuse and the heightened risks of suicide. Bibliography lists 5 sources.