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Unformatted text preview: Haitham Mellouli Prof. Brewer Compare and Contrast Paper Smokers v. non-smokers ENC 1101 | TR 11:00-1:40 09/10/2007 Smokers v. non-smokers These days, as soon as a foot is set outside a classroom building or hall, students and professors alike, light up their cigarettes and breathe a sigh of satisfaction and smoke puffs as if the weight of the world was set upon them. It is a phenomenon not found only on college campuses, but in every place that doesnt have well-known no smoking signs. In order to be fair, the reason for smoking must be discussed. After all, how can someone desire to do something with so many negative effect and so few positives, if any? Well, there are many reasons, mostly socio-psychological. Few decades ago, smoking was considered a part of manhood. It was considered a part of your personality that had to be there, a part of the macho personality. At one time, there would be sign that say 4 out of doctors recommend this personality....
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course ENC ENC 1102 taught by Professor Nelson during the Fall '07 term at Seminole CC.

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