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After making your choices and recognizing any required questions, find the relevant segments of course materials before responding. Be certain that you understand the material and the questions and/or tasks involved before writing. If you have any questions about the nature of a question and/or your response, contact your mentor. Type all work. Single-space your responses, but double-space between paragraphs. In most cases, questions will require an answer of several pages or more. Please identify every page by assignment number, question number, and page number. (For example, for Assignment I, Question 1, your pages should be numbered: A1-Q1-p1; A1-Q1-p2, etc.) Your response to each assignment question should be well developed and clear, conveying your thorough understanding of relevant course material. Formulate responses in your own words (do not merely copy answers from your reading materials), appropriately citing course materials whenever necessary. Edit your assignment before submitting it. Be sure that you have answered all required questions and that you have addressed all parts of each question. Check your document for accurate spelling, punctuation, and grammar. Make sure that all sentences are complete and that paragraphing is appropriate. Submit completed assignments in accordance with the instructions in the Student Handbook section of this Course Manual. Anticipated delays in submitting an assignment should be brought immediately to your mentor's attention.
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S-10 Assignment 1 Answer one (1) of the following two questions pertaining to Chapters 1 and 2 in your textbook. Be sure to answer all parts of the question you choose. Remember to identify each individual segment of each response by its number and letter: for example, 1a, 1b, etc. 1. (a) Describe the nature and complexity of our society’s current problems with drug use, including comments on the questions of who, what, when, where, why, how, and how much cited by the authors of your textbook as well as how perceptions of drug use has changed over the centuries. (b) Demonstrate your understanding of how the correlates and antecedents of drug use are employed to help understand drug trends. (c) Comment briefly on at least two methods employed in gathering information about drug use, describing the major advantages and disadvantages of each method. (d) Finally, given the way in which many forces have affected drug use in the past, develop your own projection twenty-five years into the future of the nature of our society's drug use problems, based on some of the social, political, economic, law enforcement, technological, scientific and/or medical developments you envision. 2. (a) Describe briefly our society's underlying motivations for the establishment of governmental regulation and the control of drugs and drug use, differentiating between regulating drug use and taking a laissez-faire approach.
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