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driving, we can also try and teach the population about safe usage of marijuana if you are to be driving. Goals and Objectives We wish to create a free website on the domain wix.com to educate the underline cognitive and behaviour effects of marijuana and its impact on driving high on the Canadian population. A website allows us to creatively but simply explain how it will be produced in Canada and what the effects are. Although marijuana is now legal we feel as there is minimal information on the effects of driving high in social media. Most advertisements on driving high and its effects are on television and target older adults. However, a website is modernized and allows quick sharing in a user-friendly way that targets the developing youths to the older population. Our biggest strength of using a website is that the it can be manipulated and updated with new recent findings on marijuana and its effects on driving. Content Our website will implement different tabs on how marijuana is produced, when it is safe to operate a motor vehicle, and get more specific on the recent findings of marijuana and physiological effects when driving. Information and findings will be explained through pictures, videos, and summarized findings (empirical based). We are neither discouraging or promoting the use of the drug we wish to neutrally educate the general population of the effects when driving just how alcohol is. Young adults are generally more of our audience because they are tech savvy however, older adults may open the link and learn more about the current physiological effects on driving high. Tabs will go from more general to scientific in a modernized way of learning, allowing complex information to be simplified. We will also have a space for our contact information if people want to ask us questions on the social issue or to elaborate on details.
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References Logan, B, K. (2007). Marijuana and driving impairment. Forensic Science and Medicine: Marijuana and the Cannabinoids. 277-293.
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  • Fall '17
  • NeilM.Fournier
  • Law, Sociology, Automobile, Cannabis, Cannabinoid receptor

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