HUM111_week5_assessment

HUM111_week5_assessment - other people believe that it...

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Title Discerning the Difference Between Issues and Problems Assessment A: Distinguishing Between an Issue and a  Problem Mostly issues - people might have different opinions on if a single hit could  hurt, much less kill you as in the commercial. That is a bit general. We need to come up with as many ways to express the problem as  possible. Sure! We just need to think about where we want to go long term with our  ideas, even if we don't have a specific solution in mind.
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Assessment B, Part 1: Email a Friend about the Issue/Problem of  Interest Adolescent drug use is a problem that has many issues. Not everyone agrees on just  one solution. Some people believe it should be solved at home by the parents, and 
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Unformatted text preview: other people believe that it should be solved not only at home but at school, and extra activities. Assessment B, Part 2: Email a Friend about the Issue/Problem of Interest The challenge is finding a way to approach adolescent drug use, without that we can all agree apon. Finding out how it'll cost and, what will be effective . Assessment B, Part 3: Email a Friend about the Issue/Problem of Interest A problem is something everyone tend to agree has an effect individuals and society. A issue is something that not everyone agree apon. 2009 Toolwire, Inc. All rights reserved....
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2010 for the course HUM/111 HUN taught by Professor Miller during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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