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121. Social Development Model   (3  Pages, 35.85 $ (USD) )
The adolescent stage is the most probable for onset of abusive behaviors and, as such, may be the best age for preventative measures. This 3 page paper explores the basic tenets of the social development model as presented by David Hawkins and associates. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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122. A Pharmaceutical Care Model of Excellence   (18  Pages, 215.1 $ (USD) )
This 18 page paper presents a model of pharmaceutical delivery and then goes on to support the assumption that it is indeed one of excellence. The paradigm is presented only after extensive research in the field is presented. Bibliography lists 18 sources.
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123. Rationale for a Student Assistance Program   (13  Pages, 155.35 $ (USD) )
A 13 page paper discussing the need for and structuring of a Student Assistance Program (SAP) in the school setting. There are many and varied programs available designed to help people of all ages deal with the stresses of life and focusing specifically on drug and alcohol abuse. Though many such programs exist, a feature common to most is that they are not well known in the communities they serve. Participation commonly is in the form of a "sentence" imposed by some civil authority, and many individuals already have lived most of their lives devoted to their specific addictions. Modeled on the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) model, the SAP works to accomplish identification and intervention much earlier, and on a voluntary basis in every case possible. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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124. The Physiological Aspects of Addiction and Recovery   (5  Pages, 59.75 $ (USD) )
This 5 page paper explores addiction and recovery from a biological standpoint. Psychological aspects are touched on and popular methods of treating physical addictions are discussed. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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125. "Under the Influence"/ Milan and Ketcham   (7  Pages, 83.65 $ (USD) )
A 7 page review of "Under the Influence: A Guide to the Myths and Realities of Alcoholism" by Dr. James R. Milam and Katherine Ketcham. The writer argues that despite the fact that this book was first published in 1981, it is still topical, instructive, comprehensive and an overall excellent text on alcoholism. No additional sources cited.
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126. Commentary On The 1920s: Prohibition   (4  Pages, 47.8 $ (USD) )
4 pages in length. Prohibition of the 1920s openly implied numerous messages by suggesting quite vigorously that people were not adequately able to keep their private consumption in check, thus requiring the parental control of government infiltration. The writer offers commentary on Prohibition's social impact. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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127. Opium: History And Social Impact   (8  Pages, 95.6 $ (USD) )
8 pages in length. Opium was the drug of choice during eighteenth- and nineteenth-century America. Popularized for its mood-altering capability, opium was first consumed in crude form and then later transformed into various recreational and medicinal strains. From the juice of the opium plant's poppy came laudanum and paragoric, two alcoholic extracts; black drop or Quaker's opium; and a preparation for smoking, of which the Chinese immigrants were particularly fond. However, crude opium was the most popularized form centuries ago, inasmuch as approximately ten percent of its composition is that of alkaloid morphine, its most powerful mood-altering ingredient. The writer discusses the history of opium usage, as well as contemporary efforts to curb opiate popularity. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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128. The Psychological and Social Aspects of Alcohol Abuse   (8  Pages, 95.6 $ (USD) )
8 pages in length. Alcoholism is quickly becoming one of the most prevalent and debilitating diseases in the United States. The use of alcohol by teenagers and children has increased dramatically in the last twenty years, with no evidence of alcohol use slowing down. By being aware of the effects of alcohol, as well as the causes and treatment, perhaps more individuals can be treated for alcohol abuse and more importantly, others can be warned about the dangers before they even begin. Topics include the effects of alcohol, causes of abuse, and some surprising findings on the treatment of alcoholism.
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129. Contemplation Of Legal Action For Fetal Exposure To Cocaine   (12  Pages, 143.4 $ (USD) )
This 12 presents a comparison study that found the African American mother of low socio-economic status o be the most likely candidate for using cocaine during pregnancy. Knowing this, programs and strategies may be implemented targeting that specific population for assistance with pre-natal care and drug dependency treatment as an alternative to prosecution and incarceration. Bibliography lists 16 sources.
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130. The Pros and Cons of Drug Testing for Employment   (7  Pages, 83.65 $ (USD) )
This 7 page paper considers the issue of drug testing for employment and adequately presents arguments for both sides of the issue. This paper asserts the need for ethical use of drug testing and informed agreements regarding drug testing in order to allow for the implementation of this policy. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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