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Unformatted text preview: Title Discerning the Difference Between Issues and Problems Assessment A: Distinguishing Between an Issue and a Problem It's a problem - I think most people would agree that a single use of drugs could potentially be deadly. That is way too general. We need to come up with as many ways to express the problem as possible. At lunch? No - we need to do a lot more research and thinking about this. Otherwise, we won't know if we are actually focused on a solution or not. Assessment B, Part 1: Email a Friend about the Issue/Problem of Interest The main problem of adolescent drug use is that it does not just affect the kid that is using drugs it affects everyone. Pretty much everyone will agree that adolescent drug use is a problem that needs to be fixed. The issue is that many different groups have different opinions about how to solve the problem. One of the issues is that people can’t decide different groups have different opinions about how to solve the problem....
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- Spring '09