Research Paper

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Acknowledgement: We would like to thank the following persons, especially the one who help us to do our research paper (Mrs. Tolentino) and also our fellow co-student who gives some information about in our topic, our parents who support us most,especially God who gives strength and knowledge for us to finish this report. Also the book of Dangerous Drugs, Act of 1972 rep.act no. 6425, the Drug Abuse Prevention Source Book, The Drug Manace and you, war against drug abuse, and Mapeh II who also give some detail about how to prevent drug addiction.And Mrs. Salvacion P. De Roma the one who explain the research paper, and she also give us some example to our research paper.
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Reasons for this concern include related increases in crime, drug related automobile accidents, those which take place on the job, learning disabilities and other mental health problems, family disruption, and health problems, including interference with normal reproductive functions and long-term damge to the brain, heart and lungs.

The scope of the narcortics problem today has only began to be known. There is no longer any question as the social consequences of widespread drug abuse. The evidence is everywhere. Drug abuse is no longer considered a “victimless” crime. It is a crime that imposes a straggering burden on the people and the nations of the world. It is burden no society can afford, to carry.

The illicit production, distribution and consumption of drugs have intimidated and corrupted public servants, and hve even destabilized goverments. The erratic ebb and flow and sheer volume of “drug money” have affected the money supply and exchange markets.

A. Statement of the problem:
What is drug dependce?
What is drugs?
Why young people turn to drugs?
How to spot abuser?

B. Research question and hypothesis:

C. Significance of study :

There are many, many reasons that people study the nature of drug and alcohol addiction.
Probably the main reason that people study addiction is because it has touched them somehow.

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