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  • Essay on Underage Drinking in Australia

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    a huge impact on Australians as young as 14. Statistics show that at least 90% of teenagers 14 years old and up have tried alcohol at least once, and estimates also show that around about 50% of teens 14 and older consume alcohol on a weekly basis. The problem being caused by this deadly drug is that teens under the age of 18 are not complying with the law and are consuming crazy amounts of alcohol on a regular

  • The Patterns Of Teen Drug Abuse

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    A pattern that we’ve seen erupt over the last couple of years is the habit of teenagers and young adults falling prey to party drugs, there's been a sense of normalcy placed along with a pill popping culture, you'll notice rappers almost romanticizing and influencing teenagers into experimenting with prescription drugs. What most people don't take into consideration before consuming these drugs is that most prescription opioids have addictive side effects, that when taken in long term or copious

  • Curfew Persuasive Essay

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    Should the Curfew of Teens Move Down to 9 O’Clock? Do you want your mommy picking you up from a party at your friends because its past nine? Life after nine is when everything gets fun. The parties, the driving, and the fun; those are the things that could continue to happen if curfew stays later than nine. What happens if everyone can stay the night but your mom said no, the legal time for you to be home is nine. So if you leave later, you are “Breaking the Law” and risk getting a curfew ticket

  • The Medias Influence on Teenagers on What They Watch, Read, and Listen

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    it.” And it’ll make you feel like that advertisement wasn’t for you, but for someone else. There are so many different kinds of magazines. There are fashion magazines, fitness magazines, cooking magazines, and all other kinds. The ones that teens usually look at are fashion, fitness, and sport magazines. For girls the fashion magazine is the one they would most likely look at. They want to follow the trends and what’s in and what’s out of fashion and some want to fit in with a crew that dresses

  • Swing Voters Research Paper

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    noticed how easily it is for someone to influence and change your decision when you're on the fence about an issue? Due to their inexperience in the electorate teens may also be easily swayed and have their opinions changed. This would just enlarge the number of swing voters. A swing voter is a voter who has no allegiance to any political party and whose unpredictable decisions can swing the outcome of an election one way or the other. There’s a vicious fight for these precious voters, as they’re the

  • Community Problem Solving

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    within the Milwaukee community when speaking with Officer Pernell Reynolds is the use of drugs amongst teens and how they are abusing them. The use of drugs and drug abuse is an ongoing concern within the community along with law enforcement. Law enforcement has found out that these drugs are not drugs that are bought on the street, but they are drugs that have been illegally obtained. These teens are obtaining these drugs from a source that is located in everyone’s bathroom, the medicine cabinet

  • Essay about Should Teens Have Parental Consent to Receive Birth Control?

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    world today many teens are becoming mothers before they finish high school or before they turn 18. Although some teens are on birth control already many are not because they are afraid to tell their parents which may lead to their parents thinking they are sexually active. Moreover, teens usually find themselves in a professional clinic trying to seek different options of birth control but they are derailed by having parental consent or notification. Many clinics have a policy were teen needs to have

  • Argumentative Essay On Under Age Drinking

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    Under Age Alcoholism Under age drinking is not just an issue that the United States experiences, but all over the world. What most teens do not realize is that under age drinking is a major concern to people, it can be quite dangerous to themselves and to others as well. Underage drinking is when a minor under the legal age of twenty one decides to consume alcohol. In the article, The Problem Of Underage Drinking And What Parents Can do by Heidi Steven, it is said by the National Institute

  • Illinois : The World 's Columbian Exposition

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    Illinois has some intriguing history to it. For example, the name “Illinois” comes from an Algonquin word, Illini, meaning men, or warriors (Student Learning Center). When the French settlers crossed paths with the Algonquin tribe, they decided to use the French version of the word. This eventually became the name of the state, although it was originally the name of one of the rivers. The very first bridge to be built on the Mississippi River was crossed by the very first railroad train in Illinois

  • Curfew Research Paper

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    consideration of the 10 p.m. and 12 a.m. curfew for teens because it is safer and it limits the opportunity for teenagers to make bad choices. Anything bad can happen in the daytime, but it is more likely to happen in the dark of night. There are a lot of safety issues that can occur during the night. An intruder has more of an opportunity to attack a teen in the dark. The darkest places in the dark such as dark alleys are very dangerous. A young teen could walk down a dark alley after midnight and