Drugs are illegal and dangerous items. As a suggestion, do not get conned into carrying drugs for others, whether as personal favors or for profit. The risks far outweigh the possibility of getting away with it. In addition, if an individual is bringing prescription drugs, he should play it safe and bring the prescription for those drugs. He needs to bring any drugs which have been prescribed by the doctor, he must also bring evidence of the type of drug he is using. Otherwise, drugs will be confiscated. Drugs such as cannabis, LSD and cocaine are absolutely prohibited and Customs officers and police have the right to search for illegal drugs. Remember, never allow strangers to carry your bags at the airports, and never leave your belongings unattended. In a conclusion, the project has brought out a result in which majority of the students who are studying at KDU UC are understand the negative side effects and the knowledge of drugs. Most of the students drink coffee or alcohol and even some of them smoke cigarettes. All these are legal drugs by law of the country. However, there are still a minority of students would experience before illegal drugs. In addition, majority of the students would not try to involve in drug trafficking because they know that death penalty is prescribed for drug traffickers in Malaysia. Besides, there are several reasons that why people will get into drugs. 10% of the respondents will take drugs if their friends or relatives inviting them to take drugs. One of the respondents felt that he is bored with reality and he wants to have exciting feelings by taking drugs. 86.7% of the students are understand that drugs may bring bad effects to human and they will never take drugs because they know that drugs kill people. In addition, none of the respondents is interested or curious about drugs. Therefore,
By taking a “moral” stand against recreational drugs, or fighting the evils caused by the illegal drug trade they increase their popularity amongst constituents.
3. The War on Drugs serves the immediate interests of politicians. By taking a “moral” stand against recreational drugs, or fighting the evils caused by the illegal drug trade they increase their popularity amongst constituents.
4. Legal prohibition does not stop consumers from consuming drugs, it does not stop traffickers from producing and…
War on Drugs
Drug addiction is a problem faced by many people of the world today. The War on drugs campaign was started in order to define and further reduce the illegal drug trade and fight against drug dealers. The campaign was conducted with the help of participating countries facing many controversies which are still argued to this day. The laws put in place were intended to reduce the level of not only drug consumption but drug addicts. Drugs will always be a part of our culture so we are…
Yearbook IDC 4UT/OU
Friday may 6, 2011
Drugs are defined as “a chemical substance used in the treatment, cure, prevention or diagnosis of disease or used to otherwise enhance physical or mental well-being.”(Dictionary.refferance.com) Drugs have a long history as they have been around longer than man-kind; in their plant forms, even before we knew the consequences of use and side effects on the human body. Drug-related incidents have taken more human lives than have been recorded…
1. What class of drug is cocaine?
Cocaine is in the stimulant/amphetamine class of drugs
2. People have been chewing the leaves of the coca plant for centuries with no ill effects, but cocaine is a relatively recent discovery. How was cocaine discovered?
Cocaine was discovered from a coca leaf which people chewed on to get a boost of energy, in South America. It came about as a cure for almost all illnesses in the late 19th century; an Italian doctor in 1850 discovered the secrets of the…
Drug abuse in the U.S. has been a reoccurring issue dating back all the way from the 1930’s when marijuana, although not yet perceived as a danger, was still considered a gateway drug for heroin users. In today’s society, marijuana is still considered a social problem due to its increasing popularity, specifically ranging from high school to college students. Needless to say, marijuana is only one of the few narcotics affecting today’s youth. Students today are found abusing not only illegal but…
Drug testing for welfare recipients
The state of Florida recently headed up a movement that was widespread among the United States highlighting a popular issue, drug testing welfare applicants. Florida proposed that the recipients pay for a drug test to continue to receive benefits and if found positive for drug use the recipient will become ineligible for a year. This movement has been a very politically controversial topic but yet is a hot topic in taxpayer’s minds. Some argue that it is not right…
b. Drop in the number of drug deals on the street
c. Elimination of the demand of an illegal substance
2. Users will not be at the mercy of dealers.
a. Decrease in the number of drug users committing crime in trade-off for drugs
b. Users will not be indebted to dealer
3. Dealers no longer will have a monopoly on the product.
a. Users will have a legal avenue to use for the pursuit of marijuana
b. The number of marijuana drug deals (which lead to drug crimes) on the street will dramatically…
choose to take drugs for many reasons. One reason people take drugs is dur to their upbringing and the community they live in. When children are exposed to drugs and substance abuse at a young age it becomes a natural part of life. Large amounts of substance abuse in a single area can become infectious. For example, areas in East Saint Louis are plagued by substance abuse, drug trade and trafficking are common occurrence and for some it’s a way of life.
Another reason people engage in drug usage is because…
Illegal Drug Markets in the United States
Jaime E. Carlson
SOC305: Crime & Society
Instructor: Alexis Durham
November 3rd, 2014
Drugs have been around for many years in different forms. Initially drugs were used to help people with various problems until it was noted that they are addictive and eventually became illegal. Most drugs come from plants and have multiple purposes. However once they were turned into street drugs or used as a form of self-medication is when…
Implementation of good marketing practices by pharmaceutical companies reflects their transparency and adoption of ethical practices in their operations.
In Pharma industry, direct-to-consumer marketing is not popular as patients rely on doctor’s prescriptions…