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Thesis: Juvenile Drug Prevention

Friday, April 12, 3pm
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Cheyenne Kiddy

on 10 April 2013

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Transcript of Thesis: Juvenile Drug Prevention

Significance of the Issue Ineffective Programming Non-interactive programs
Lecture-based programs
A focus on drug education
Treating it like a class
"Scare-Tactics" Programs Evaluated Product Effective Programming Interactive programming
"Engaged Learning"
Interpersonal skill building
Mentor/Student relationships
Family and community incorporation
Social norming Local involvement
System-wide change model
Youth impacting youth
Drug education
Guerrilla marketing techniques Wasted: An Analysis of
Juvenile Drug Prevention Programs Concerning a post-modern generation
Alcohol and illicit drug consumption among teens goes up, while tobacco use decreases dramatically
Consequences of drug use for teens
Physical, mental, and emotional impact of drugs
What is being done to stop this problem? JASAP CHOICE This is your brain, this is drugs, this is your brain on drugs. Any questions? Partnership For A Drug-Free America Question
Experience
Create Statistics Bodily Consequences Statistics Rates of Alcohol Use: 2.5% of 12-13 year olds
11.3% 14-15 year olds
25.3% 16-17 year olds Tobacco use declined from 13 to 7.8% 10% of youth are illicit drug users Postmodern
Characteristics Consequences
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