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    Pro: Alcoholic Beverage Advertising Should be Restricted Every day journalists investigate the effect of promoting alcoholic beverage advertising on people without restriction. They expose numerous points to convince people and even the government to stop those advertisements for good. One example of these articles has been written by Laurie Leiber who has strong facts and ideas against these ads. Just by reading the article, readers can easily understand the message of this author. However, to always be clear about the point of the articles, it is always important to ask these questions to oneself: what is the purpose of the passage? What is the main significant information? What are the assumption if there are, and why the writer…

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    Four Loko Case Study

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    caffeinated alcoholic beverages serve no ‘socially redeeming purpose’. It is because of consuming caffeinated alcoholic beverages may lead to health problem such as alcohol poisoning. Furthermore, people are not aware on how much alcohol they are consuming and this may affect their rationality and lead to socially unacceptable behavior. However, this is not a proper test for determining whether society should permit a product to be sold. In a market, people should have the freedom of choice on…

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    The Extreme Craft Brew Case Study Beer is the most common alcoholic beverage which with cheap price enjoys a large consumer base belonging to different demographic groups. However, now the brewery industry is experimenting with beer to create a new product with higher percentage of alcohol and distinct taste. Accordingly, the consumer dynamics are also beginning to change. The issue of increased alcohol content in beers is often seen as a legal one instead of an ethical issue. It must…

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    Legal Age Limit

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    age of a person who wants to consume an alcoholic beverage, the age limit should be raised. There are many factors on why the age limit of drinking should be raised. For instance, when we think about death caused by drinking, we think about it happening to a person who is underage; but that is not the case. Most deaths that happen by someone drinking an alcoholic beverage comes from someone over the age limit of twenty-one years of age. “Studies show that 70% of working males die due to drinking…

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    The two main elements of this program was a regulation of alcoholic beverages, and the alteration of social environment’s values in order to reduce the demand for this kind of drinks. Restriction of alcoholic beverages has purposes such as reducing the production and advertising the alcoholic beverages, and limit the consumption of it (Ivanets & Lukomskaya, 1990). According to professors of political economic and sociology Dr. Stuckler et al. (2013, as cited in Kolves & Leo, 2014), active…

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    for the African American then the White Americans? It was January 17, 1920 around 12:01 am, when the United States of American enacted the Volstead Act, make the US officially “dry.” The 18th amendment which was ratified in 1919, but enacted in 1920, outlawed the transportation, sale, or manufacture of any intoxicating liquor from or to the United States of American. Throughout our history, the ratification and enactment of the 18th amendment, is commonly known as the Volstead Act. This…

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    For this post, we will discuss alcohol use and abuse. A. Discuss for suggestions that promote the responsible drinking of alcoholic beverages. There are multiple suggestions to promote a responsible drinking of alcoholic beverages. According to Levinthal (2014), an overwhelming proportion of the population drinks on occasion, enjoy the experiences, but have never engage in any violent or aggressive acts. People who never engage in violent or aggressive acts drink in moderate amounts, and avoid…

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    Almost everyday people are exposed to their favorite celebrities or athletes drinking some form of alcohol. The media alters the dangers of alcohol and make it seem like consuming alcoholic beverages makes one more of an adult and more mature. For example, one in five of the top one hundred country songs make some sort of reference to alcohol. This reputation that the media has made for alcohol is what fuels alcoholism. Celebrities and professional athletes are role models for a lot of people.…

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    Box Store Retail Essay

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    retail trade businesses. The code of the business alluded in NAICS is 445120 (www.census.gov/econ/industry). This industry is traded off of foundations known as convenience retail stores or food marts (aside from those with fuel pumps) essentially occupied with retailing a constrained line of goods with high profit margin that incorporates day by day needs like milk, bread, soda, snacks and mixed drinks. The industry falls in food and beverages stores, store retailers work settled point -…

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    Legal Drinking Age Essay

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    Should The Drinking Age Be Lowered? Three decades ago, the United States congress has passed The National Minimum Drinking Age Act, which punished every state that allowed persons below 21 to purchase alcoholic beverages reducing its annual federal highway apportionment by ten percent. Since then, all 50 states and the District of Columbia have prohibited selling alcoholic beverages for those people who are under the 21 age so that they do not lose the 10% funds. This act neither…

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