Following that is a research design which entails an experiment/survey whereby proof is obtained towards the theory that we cant win the fight against drugs.Then comes a section regarding analysis of the research and then a conclusion. " : An 11 page analytical discussion of early legislative policy and how it compares to the contemporary war on drugs.
Reasons such as anxiety, peer pressure, and family history of alcohol abuse figure most prominently in the factors motivating college-age drinking. : An 11 page paper that describes the pre-intervention assessment methods and the facts behind the substance abuse habits of a loving but highly angry 16-year-old boy.
The writer offers statistics that are alarming, to say the least, regarding the rise of HIV/AIDS among our adolescent population.
Effects of alcohol on sexual performance as well as the effects of chronic use of alcohol are also discussed. : A 7 page essay which looks at the prevalence of binge drinking, especially as it occurs on college campuses.
Specific effects of the drug are discussed as well as treatment alternatives for addiction to this substance. Thesis is supported by a study which is designed to demonstrate the correlation between youth crack use and youth crime, with a specific concentration on early use data. : A 12 page paper that considers the issue of heroin addiction, outlines the use, effects, dependency and treatment, within the context of a growing population of heroin users in the United States. : In 8 pages the author discusses substance abuse, particularly heroin addiction.
Several studies have been done on treatment for heroin addiction.