School Bullying and Drug Use Later in Life - PDF

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Running head:NO DRUGS IN OUR SCHOOLS (NDIOS)No drugs in our schools (NDioS)Name of the student:Name of the university:Author Note
1NO DRUGS IN OUR SCHOOLS (NDIOS)Executive summaryThe “No Drugs in our schools” or NDioS is a philanthropist group that has been involved inlobbying to ban medications at the primary schools. In this study various standardizations ofarguments under the NDioS leaflet. Then the strengths and weaknesses of those logics are analyzed.Moreover, the rhetoric founding from the arguments and recommendations are made in thefollowing literatures.
2NO DRUGS IN OUR SCHOOLS (NDIOS)Table of Contents1. Introduction:......................................................................................................................................32. Standardization of the argument contained in the NDioS leaflet:.....................................................33. Strengths and weaknesses found in the above argument:..................................................................44. Analysis of rhetoric used in the above argument:.............................................................................55. Recommendation for the overall position:.......................................................................................76. Conclusion:........................................................................................................................................97. References:......................................................................................................................................10
3NO DRUGS IN OUR SCHOOLS (NDIOS)1. Introduction:The NDioS or “No drugs in our schools” is an Australian group lobbying to ban the ADHDmedication in the local primary schools. It has been claiming that the children get over-diagnosedand then get over-medicated. Further, they are found to distribute leaflets to parents and children atthe local schools. This has resulted in lots of attention and few confrontations.The following report has included standardization of argument within the NDioS leaflet.Further, it has demonstrated the benefits and disadvantages in the arguments. This has also includedexamination of rhetoric found in that logic. Lastly, a recommendation is made on the overallposition.2. Standardization of the argument contained in the NDioS leaflet:It is found that every year there is a crisis of demand from various countries for a freshNational Day of Celebration. However, the leaders have never been found to respond to that theexpectations of the public. The overdoses of drugs for the school students at Australia have been arising concern. It is been placed under the context of daily risks of the children. Australian policehave been inquiring how students of Gold Costs have been found to get drugs through the Internet(Evans-Whipp et al. 2015). The investigating of internet usage and various limitations of internetsupply of various drugs has been highly vital. Besides, they have been never totally stopping thechildren to gain harmful synthetic drugs. Due to the same cause the restrictions on alcohol supplyhas never stopped to stamp out the underage usage of alcohol. It has been unable to addressadolescent drug use instead of any better understanding the reason why the people has been findingdrugs at the initial stage (Kim 2016). This has been clear that Australians has required decreasing thedemand of alcohol and drugs for the children with an early and well-informed intervention.
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