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to other student posts, at least 5-6 full sentences long. You do not need to include any citations in your responses, but you can if you would like. LIBRARY RESOURCES URL: Contact the Library – or (858) 541-7900 1-866-NU ACCESS x 7900 (toll free) Ts class also has a special NU library page that was created by librarian

dear, can you help me to finish ts assignment with good quality and be on time ? follow the instruction blow. there’s attachments of example and sources of information. the example is very clear. 1. Choose a substance described in your readings for the first three weeks of the class. Answer the following 8 questions about the substance, using your sources: 1. What are the behavioral effects of the substance? (cite your source) 2. What are the physiological effects of the substance? (cite your source) 3. What are the acute health effects of using ts substance? (cite your source) 4. What are the chronic health effects of using ts substance? (cite your source) 5. Are any of these effects worse when combined with other drugs? Wch ones? (cite your source) 6. What did you learn that surprised you the most? (no citation needed) In order to answer questions 7 & 8, WATCH THESE THREE SHORT VIDEOS to learn the difference between legalization and decriminalization of drugs. The Harvard economist explains why legalizing all drugs—including cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine—would be a better policy than the current probition. Dr. Carl Hart on Legalization vs Decriminalization of Drugs Then read the following from Wikipedia . Drug legalization calls for a return to the pre-20th century situation in wch almost all drugs were legal. Ts would require ending government-enforced probition on the distribution or sale and personal use of specified (or all) currently banned drugs. Proposed ideas range from full legalization wch would completely remove all forms of government control, to various forms of regulated legalization, where drugs would be legally available, but under a system of government control wch might mean for instance: · Mandated labels with dosage and medical warnings, · Restrictions on advertising, · Age limitations, · Restrictions on amount purchased at one time, · Requirements on the form in wch certain drugs would be supplied, · Ban on sale to intoxicated persons, · Special user licenses to purchase particular drugs. · A possible clinical setting for the consumption of some intravenous drugs and/or supervised consumption. The regulated legalization system would probably have a range of restrictions for different drugs, depending on their perceived risk, so wle some drugs would be sold over the counter in pharmacies or other licensed establishments, drugs with greater risks of harm might only be available for sale on licensed premises where use could be monitored and emergency medical care made available. Examples of drugs with different levels of regulated distribution in most countries include: caffeine (coffee, tea), nicotine (tobacco), and ethyl alcohol (beer, wine, and spirits). Full legalization is often proposed by groups such as who object to drug laws on moral grounds, wle regulated legalization is suggested by groups such as who object to the drug laws on the grounds that they fail to aceve their stated aims and instead greatly worsen the problems associated with use of probited drugs, but who acknowledge that there are harms associated with currently probited drugs wch need to be minimized. Not all proponents of drug re-legalization necessarily share a common etcal framework, and people may adopt ts viewpoint for a variety of reasons. In particular, favoring drug legalization does not imply approval of drug use. Drug decriminalization calls for reduced control and penalties compared to existing laws. Proponents of drug decriminalization generally support the use of or other punishments to replace terms, and often propose systems whereby illegal drug users who are caught would be fined, but would not receive a permanent criminal record as a result. A central feature of drug decriminalization is the concept of . Drug decriminalization is in some ways an intermediate between probition and legalization, and has been criticized as being “the worst of both worlds”, in that drug sales would still be illegal, thus perpetuating the problems associated with leaving production and distribution of drugs to the criminal underworld, wle also failing to discourage illegal drug use by removing the criminal penalties that might otherwise cause some people to choose not to use drugs. However, there are many that argue that the decriminalization of possession of drugs would redirect focus of the law enforcement system of any country to put more effort into arresting dealers and big time criminals, instead of arresting minor criminals for mere possession, and thus be more effective. In 2001 Portugal began treating use and possession of small quantities of drugs as a public health issue. Ts means rather than incarcerating those in possession they are referred to a treatment program. The drugs are still illegal, the police just handles the situation differently. Ts also decreases the amount of money the government spends fighting a war on drugs and money spent keeping drug users incarcerated. “As noted by the EMCDDA, across Europe in the last decades, there has been a movement toward “an approach that distinguishes between the drug trafficker, who is viewed as a criminal, and the drug user, who is seen more as a sick person who is in need of treatment” (EMCDDA 2008, 22).6 A number of Latin American countries have similarly moved to reduce the penalties associated with drug use and personal possession” (Laqueur, 2015, p. 748). is the first country that has decriminalized the possession of small amounts of drugs, to positive results. Anyone caught with any type of drug in Portugal, if it is for personal consumption, will not be imprisoned. 7. LEGALIZATION: Do you tnk that all drugs should be legalized in general? Why or why not? (See pages 340-341 in the textbook). (No citation needed) 8. DECRIMINALIZATION: Do you tnk that all drugs should be decriminalized like Portugal did? Why or why not? (no citation needed) Use the following headings: (See sample post – a separate document) · Because ts is college, you need to use at least TWO sources: from government reports or scholarly/peer-reviewed journal articles. Ts will give you experience doing academic research. You can use the course textbook or other sources as additional sources, but they will not count as one of the two required sources. · Use the NU library to find your sources. If you don’t know how, contact the NU library for help. · Use your OWN WORDS (e.g., do not cut and paste from an article). · Do NOT use any quotations. (use your own words) to report the information. · Write the source of your information at the end of the applicable sentences using APA 6th edition format.  Ts will give you practice using APA to cite references. · List all the references in APA 6th Edition format at the end of your post in a References list. NOTE: If you are new to APA, I recommend that you use an online citation builder such as APA Style Central or the NU library database to automatically format your references correctly. You can also get help from the Writing Center and the NU library on how to use APA to cite references. READ THE DISCUSSION RUBRIC YOU START. COMPARE WHAT YOU WRITE WITH THE RUBRIC. READ THE SAMPLE POST BEFORE YOU START. IMPORTANT: Do NOT submit your first draft. First, read what you wrote out loud. Check for: – Missing words or letters – Missing or misplaced periods, apostrophes, commas – Incomplete sentences – 2 or more sentences strung together that should be made into separate sentences – Putting sometng is past tense that should be in present tense or vice versa – Plural words that should be singular or singular words that should be plural – Making the verb and subject match (plural or tense) . Then post 2 responses to other student posts, at least 5-6 full sentences long. You do not need to include any citations in your responses, but you can if you would like. LIBRARY RESOURCES URL: Contact the Library – or (858) 541-7900 1-866-NU ACCESS x 7900 (toll free) Ts class also has a special NU library page that was created by librarian Zemirah Lee to help you do research It contains references related to our assignments. Zem is available by appointment for one-hour consultations to help you find sources, format in APA and more. APA RESOURCES · 1-page instruction on Reference List format · 2-page handout on APA · Short video on in text citations · 13 minute video overview on APA · website with many APA resource links 858-541-7940

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