Notes Moral Entrepreneurial Campaign

Notes Moral Entrepreneurial Campaign - Sunday at 4:30 there...

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Sunday at 4:30 there is a review session in class Monday is another question and answer session during class Deviance Lecture September 21, 2005 Test Review Eric: G1B30, the room is opened at 6:30, no index cards or anything permitted in the room +Moral Entrepreneurial Campaign Stage 1: Awareness Component 1: Danger Messages Anti ecstasy campaign: - This is your brain on ecstasy, with the index cards. - Parkinson’s disease - Psychological addiction - Serotonin damage (rhetoric department, statistical information given) - A girl who died in Colorado from drinking too much water - The users gave expert testimonials saying it was bad Counter Campaign: - German study said no more than 4 to 5 % serotonin loss and could be rebuilt over a short time - Bad science - New York Medical examiner said 500,000 people took ecstasy, there were only two deaths - Dramatic case example, someone who enjoyed it and took it a lot, the guy from Dallas - Expert testimonials from the users who said it made their life better and that they had done it a lot
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  • Fall '05
  • Sociology, English-language films, Illegal drug trade, Peter Jennings, Alliances Social Power Groups, Anti ecstasy campaign

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