Week 6 DQ 1 Answer Pt.1 & Pt.2

Week 6 DQ 1 Answer Pt.1 & Pt.2 - Click on the...

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Click on the Toolwire ® Learnscape link on your student Web site for Week Six. Watch and reflect on the videos One Hit and They Said They Lied. The main message of the videos is that, despite many people’s claim to the contrary, one hit is enough to get a person addicted to drugs or even lead to death. Suppose you are asked to investigate the validity of that claim. What sources of information would you use to conduct such an investigation? I think that the best way to determine the validity of the claim that "one hit is enough to get a person addicted to drugs or even lead to death" would be to talk to people that have real life experiences dealing with addictions first hand. I believe that talking to people in rehabs could be of great value when conducting an investigation on drugs, their addictions, and the affect it may have on a first time user. While talking to people in rehab it would be good to ask questions such as: “how they got started; after the first hit was it the temptation or sensation that made them want to do it again; how long does it take before one becomes addicted to such drug; and what is the process it would take for one to overcome an addiction without the possibilities of relapse.
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This note was uploaded on 03/12/2012 for the course HUM 111 111 taught by Professor Nazaire during the Winter '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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Week 6 DQ 1 Answer Pt.1 & Pt.2 - Click on the...

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