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Teenagers and Alcohol

Teenagers and alcohol is a topic about which people have strongly contrasting views, especially in relation to the opinions of the authorities and teenagers. Some of the main issues that will be covered are age, behaviour, health, problems, legislation and cost. The law has a major part to play in this topic, as the police […]

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Should alcohol be made illegal?

There are many areas of which I will study, firstly I will explain the science behind alcohol and what it can do to harm or benefit your body. Then I will discuss all the problems like drink driving, the expenses of alcohol, binge drinking and the medical issues that some will face if they drink […]

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Evidence Based Practice

The purpose of the study is to compare the effectiveness of Motivational Interviewing and Relapse Prevention as treatments for alcohol problems. The most popular forms of less-intensive treatment currently available are based on the set of therapeutic principles and counselling techniques known as motivational interviewing (Miller & Rollnick, 1991; 2002). The Relapse Prevention model is […]

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Alcoholics Anonymous Experience

The type of meeting I decided to attend was an Alcoholics Anonymous held on campus by a fellow University of Cincinnati student. She said that she decided to begin to hold the meetings on the UC main campus because she has had a long history of being an alcoholic and she knew that out of […]

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Alcohol Industry, External Environments

Diageo is a company that produces and distributes alcoholic beverages. Its products include all three branches of this industry – spirits, wine and beer. The brands that the company produces include well-known names like Smirnoff, Johny Walker scotch whiskey, Baileys, Captain Morgan rum, Tanqueray gin, Guiness beer, Don Perignon champagne, and many others. One can […]

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Women – Alcohol and Other Drug Problems

In past decades, women’s patterns of alcohol and other drug use were believed to occur only infrequently because women were somehow culturally “protected” by the expectation that they would control their drinking and avoid unrestrained behavior, or the patterns were though to occur but resemble those of men or to occur only among extremely deviant […]

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