Drinking Age Controversy
This paper examines both sides of the drinking age controversy, the argument for lowering the age to 18 and that for keeping it at 21. Moral and ethical arguments are also presented.
This paper examines the issue of capital punishment, looking at the arguments on both sides and concluding that capital punishment is the right thing to do. It lists both pro and con arguments, defeating the con arguments.
Drug Control & Addiction
This paper provides a moral analysis of addiction in U.S. society. The analysis uses the moral principles of beneficence, autonomy, and justice to argue that rehabilitation is a more ethical and moral approach to resolving addiction in society than harsh criminal sanctions as a means of control.
This paper provides a comprehensive treatment plan for a person who has both bipolar disorder and a substance abuse problem. All of the steps in the treatment process are delineated and discussed as well as the general counseling theory and methods.
This paper discusses the history of marijuana use, and the modern day use of cannabas. Looks at the distribution of users in various countries, and the decriminalization of marijuana in several countries.
Alcohol Use Among High School Students
Discussion of how alcohol use lowers student performance, and thus graduation rates. Outlines some of the physical hazards, signs of use and abuse, and also describes some programs for combating drug abuse among minors.ts.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT FOR PREGNANT MOTHERS
This paper critiqued two articles related to treatment of substance abusing pregnant women. Discusses issues of motivation and treatment compliance and psychological problems. The articles are provided.
Drug Test in the Workplace
The project is a brief examination of the problems inherent in developing a coherent policy concerning employee drug use. It focuses on testing as a tool and the related problems in the use of testing programs.
Problem of Drug Abuse
Reviews the problem of alcohol abuse among teenagers. Finds that alcohol is the "drug of choice" among American youth.