Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Adolescent Drug Abuse :: Drug Abuse, Substance Abuse

Adolescent Drug ill-useTable of circumscribeI.) Introduction ................................................. 1II.) Review of Literature ........................................ 2A) inauguration 1 .............................................. 2B) Source 2 .............................................. 2C) Source 3 .............................................. 3D) Source 4 .............................................. 3E) Source 5 .............................................. 3III.) methodology ................................................ 4IV.) Results of Information Gathered ............................. 4A) Source 1 .............................................. 4B) Source 2 .............................................. 5C) Source 3 .............................................. 5D) Source 4 .............................................. 6E) Source 5 .............................................. 6V.) Summary and finishing ....................................... 6Refe rencesI.) IntroductionCrack, booze, pot, crystal- from the inner urban center to the suburbs to smalltowns, the world of the boyish is permeated by drugs. When a littleharmless experimentation becomes addiction, p arnts, teachers, and cliniciansare often at a loss. For this age group (roughly ages 13 to 23), traditional bone marrow exclaim programs exclusively are not enough (Nowinski, inside cover).Todays society provides many challenges for adolescents that ourparents never had to face. Pre-marital sex and pregnancy, alcohol abuse, anddrug addiction have always been some but they have never been to a greater extent availableto adolescents than they are now. Adolescents are more on their own to takecare of themselves with more and more single parent households. The problem ofdrug and alcohol is a major(ip) one. Teenagers feel a get hold of to drink and do drugs tofit in to peer groups. The problem is widespread. The common thoughts thatdrugs are only in the city where the poo r live but that is wrong. Any singleperson weed get drugs from the inner city to the small rural towns of Texas andNebraska. It doesnt matter where you are. in that respect is a major need for adults tointervene and stop the problem at its beginnings, the adolescents. If we sithere and deny the fact that the problem is there because we are just settingourselves up for disaster.II.) Review of LiteratureA Source 1The first piece of literature that I apply was a book written by Dr.Joseph Nowinski entitled Substance Abuse in Adolescents & Young Adults. It waswritten at the Elmcrest Psychiatric Institute in 1990. The book described Dr.Nowinskis study of adolescent addicts of drugs and alcohol. It goes on toexplain the need for the development of treatment plans for adolescents becauseconventional plans do not work on this age group.B) Source 2The second source that I utilise was a journal article entitled Prevalenceof substance abuse in a rural teenage population. It was written by walkSilverman. This article was published in The Journal of Adolescent Chemicaldependence in 1991. This article presented the results of a survey done in arural school system to assess the prevalence rates of substance use and related

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