alcohol_QUESTIONS - Students~ Read the instructions below completely before you write your paper ~ The paper you are about to write should be in

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~ Students~ Read the instructions below completely before you write your paper . The paper you are about to write should be in response and reaction to the article on “Alcohol” provided to you by your professor (it also can be found in eCampus under this course and in the menu button which reads "ALCOHOL ARTICLE"). The paper is to be a minimum of 250 words. It is to be written in and submitted in eCampus (instructions on how to do that are at the very end of this information --- so read those instructions on where to write your paper and how to submit it BEFORE you start to write). The best and easiest way to write the paper is to read the article first and then answer each question in the series of questions related to the article on "Alcohol." These questions are provided for you immediately below these instructions in the section entitled "QUESTIONS." Answer the questions as well as you can based on your understanding, interpretation, and assessment of the article on “Alcohol.” Each question has been given an alphanumeric code (for example: "CT-1"). After you read a question answer that question by placing question's alphanumeric code at the beginning of your answer/response. Therefore, you would write your paper answering each of the sixteen (16) questions in order and in the following format. Example: (CT-1) I believe what the article on Alcohol said addresses various pieces of information about . . . . (CT-2) In my opinion I believe the authors of the article were saying . . . . , etc. The following are the questions (with their alpha-numeric code) which you MUST answer. Please think about what the article on "Alcohol" said concerning each of these questions and then provide your answer based on what you learned, understand, interpret, and assess in reading the article.
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