PSRE Drug Abuse

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Name three examples of legal/ social drugs...
alcohol, tobacco, caffeine
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Name two examples of illegal drugs...
cannabis, heroin
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Name two examples of prescribed drugs...
morphine, sedatives
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What is the punishment for use of class A drugs?
7 years in prison
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What is the punishment for supply of calss A drugs?
life in prison
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What is the punishment for use of class B drugs?
5 years in prison
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What is the punishment for supply of class B drugs?
14 years in prison
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What is the punishment for use of class C drugs?
2 years in prison
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Why shouldn't money raised by taxes be spent on rehabilitation?
they have chosen drugs, the only way they should learn is through punishment, rehab doesn't have a high success rate
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Why should money raised by taxes be spent on rehabilitation?
they pay tax on drugs so they are helping themselves, drug abuse costs the nhs a lot so money should be invested, everyone has the right to free healthcare
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Suggest 5 pros of rehab...
counselling, group therapy, chance to detox, removes from bad situations, offers replacement drugs
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Suggest 4 cons of rehab...
expensive, low long term success rate, why should people help, only very rich can afford going back
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Name 2 benefits of tobacco...
part of social scene, makes a person relaxed
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Name 3 effects of tobacco...
leads to early death, ill health, costs nhs
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Name 2 benefits of alcohol...
social enjoyment, eases inhibitions
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Name 3 effects of alcohol...
early death, leads to crime, damages relationships
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Name 2 benefits of illegal drugs...
pain relief, escapism
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Name 3 effects of illegal drugs...
leads to crime, mental illness, damages relationships
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What did Jesus do to teach about drugs?
turned water into wine
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State 3 bible teachings regarding drugs...
"your body is a temple" "do not get drunk with wine which will only ruin you" "it is foolish to get drunk"
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Which Hindu god drank cannabis?
Shiva
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What do hindus believe brings them closer to Moksha?
smoking cannabis
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What did hindu warriors do before cannabis?
smoke cannabis
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State 3 Hindu teachings for drugs...
"addicted to ... desires, the stupid people fall into a foul hell" "one becomes good by good action and bad by bad action" "a man engaged with his duties leads his soul to liberation"
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Why should religious believers drink or smoke?
god gave it to them so they can use it, they have freewill, could bring them closer to god
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Why shouldn't religious believers drink or smoke?
harms their body as is a temple, bad example, waste of money, supposed to look after the world
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To enhance sports performance, relax, rebellion, to keep awake, escapism, addiction, pain relief, social reasons and peer pressure are all examples of what?
reasons why people take drugs
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How do religious people help drug users?
pray for them, counsel them, set up groups, show them love and compassion
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