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  1. Smoking Should Be Banned in Public Places.

    Do you mind people smoking around you in public places? According to the pro-smoking group Air Initiative 7 in 10 of you do. Do you think it is fair to discriminate against smokers, forcing them to stand outside and smoke? On the other hand is it fair that non-smokers should have to inhale second ha

  2. Smoking to Be Banned in Public Places

    Public: ‘of or concerning the people as a whole'. Banning smoking in public places isn't just a question of taking away one group's freedom for the benefit of another; it is something that is in the interest of ‘people as a whole'. It comes down to a decision between the health of a whole nation v

  3. Smoking Should Be Banned in Public Places

    Smoking Should Be Banned In Public Places In my opinion, smoking in public places should be prohibited. There are many reasons that support this point of view. Smoking is one of the leading killers in world. People shouldn't die because of it. For years people have been smoking in publ

  4. Smoking Should Be Banned in Public Places

    Smoking should be banned in public places? As people becoming gradually more thoughtful with living longer and healthier lives, the harmful effects of habits and live styles have come under significant considerations. One of the issues which have been a controversial and mach debated subject wi

  5. Smoking Should Be Banned in Public Places

    Smoking is a bad habit, and it is not good for human health. It makes people who do not smoke are unhealthy and feel annoyed. Therefore, I think the smoking should be banned in public places such as hospitals, post offices and airports. First, smoking is harmful to people’s health. Smokers wan

  6. Being Dangerous Is Hazardous- Staples

    The essay "Just Walk On By" written by Brent Staples, is an eye-opener in the sense, that even though innocent, a black man has to go through many problems when he moves around in the midst of white people. Staples is a well-educated, decent black man and also a journalist. He is being perceived

  7. The Effects of Chewing Tobacco

    Smokeless tobacco comes in two basic forms: chewing tobacco and snuff. Chewing tobacco is a leafy tobacco sold in pouches and, as the name suggests, is chewed. Snuff is finely ground tobacco that is sold in small tins. Dry snuff can be inhaled, but the more common form is moist snuff which is h

  8. Smoking in Public Places

    Smoking in Restaurants and Bars There are many controversial topics on the minds of Americans today. One of the most controversial is smoking in public restaurants and bars. Many people believe it is okay to smoke in these places since they are places for relaxation and enjoyment. I personally beli

  9. Cheating

    Operation: Evaluation In his article “School Cheating as Social Corrosion” Tito Morales identifies cheating as a serious concern to all ages. The title is extremely effective, it is a accurate predictor of the article. The title is interesting in that you could reverse it and not lose the

  10. Some Businesses Now Say That No One Can Smoke Cigarettes in Any of Their Offices. Some Governments Have Banned Smoking in All Public Places. Do You Agree or Disagree? Give Reasons.

    Some Businesses now say that no one can smoke cigarettes in any of their offices. Some Governments have banned smoking in all Public places. Do you Agree or Disagree? Give reasons. Cigarettes are cylindrical rolls of finely cut Tobacco cured for smoking, considerably smaller than most cigars and us

  11. Should Smoking Be Forbidden in All Public Places?

    In nowadays there are a lot of smokers globally that are smoking in public places. It has been many years now since public health organizations announced that that cigarette smoking is a direct cause of cancer. There are many health organizations which force the governments to prohibit smoking in al

  12. Smoking Should Be Banned in Public Places

    Smoking should be banned in public places. agree or not Smoking is one of the leading killers in world innocent people shouldn't die because of it. Therefore, in my opinion, smoking in public places should be prohibited. Firstly, cigarette smoke is very harmful to non-smokers. For years peopl

  13. Seeking Out for the American Dream

    Immigration is a major problem in the United States today. Hundreds of thousands of immigrants come into this country every year. Some legally others illegally. They say they come to seek out the American dream or to escape poverty. Either way they are causing nationwide problems. Non English s

  14. Dystopian Fiction a Comparison of Three Novels

    A society is, by definition, a group of people with similar interests, beliefs, and ways of life, residing and perpetuating in a specific area. Societies include people, who are organized into families, tight-knit groups of friends, and acquaintances. Individuals within a society possess certain re

  15. Should Smoking Be Banned in Public Areas

    Should smoking be banned in public area like restaurant? 1. Unhealthy, secondhand smoke. 2. Smell of cigarettes 3. Cigarette butts cause serious litter problem Should smoking be banned in public places? As we all know, smoking is a very serious health problem, because it will cause man

  16. Should Smoking in Public Places Be Banned

    TOPIC: SMOKING IN PUBLIC PLACES ATTITUDE: Smoking is dirty, Smoking leaves ashes, matches and butts on the ground, Smoking bothers other people, Smoking is dangerous, People cough and hate the smell, Smoking is bad for your health, Smoking is a bad influence on young people, Careless smokers can

  17. Reasons Why Smoking Should Be Banned in Public Places.

    Essay: Reasons why smoking should be banned in public places. Tobacco is one of the most widely-used drugs in the world, mainly in the form of cigarettes. Although most countries put restrictions on its use, many people smoke everyday despite the fact that it is poisonous and harmful to their hea

  18. Smoking Should Be Banned in Public Places

    Smoking Should Be Banned in Public Places Have you ever been out in public, and you inhaled a cloud of smoke from someone smoking? Smoking in public places should be banned; it not just only harms you as the smoker but also the people around you when you light up a cigarette. It is called Second-

  19. Ban Smoking in Public Places

    According to our research and calculations, an estimated 1,323 Americans die daily from a smoking related illness. Smoking is the number one preventable cause of death in the US (Bilofsky, 1). Smokers only make up approximately 26% of the US population, but those 26% affect 100% of us. A number o

  20. Should Smoking Be Banned in Public Areas?

    Should smoking be banned in public areas? In recent decades, if smoking should be banned in public occasion has sparked a great deal of controversies. The term ‘public areas’ refers to the facilities or occasions which involving people in general and normally are provided by government. This es

  21. Smoking in Public Places Should Be Banned

    The numbers of people who smoke have increase over the years. Although they are equipped with the knowledge of how unhealthy smoking can be, people still choose to smoke. It is a personal choice and a highly addictive habit. Smokers choose to subject themselves to the health risks of smoking. It is

  22. Social Control Organizations

    Social Control Organizations Using data from items A, B and C and elsewhere, discuss how far methods of social control have become bureaucratised in the last two hundred years. From the information provided it shows how different methods of social control have developed over the past

  23. How Have War Memorials Changed over Time and What Does This Tell Us About Wider Societal Attitudes to the Commemoration of Warfare and Its Victims?

    The twentieth century, the century of total war, of industrial warfare and of conscript armies, has left behind survivors and later generations who engage time and again in memorialisation and acts of remembrance as commemoration. In combatant countries there is a proliferation of memorials; memoria

  24. Ban Smoking in Public Places 3

    Smoking is the number one preventable cause of death in the United States. Smokers only make up approximately 26% of the U.S. population, but those 26% affect 100% of us. In this day and age, smoking becomes common things for people. They always smoke without concern about the surroundings. Some

  25. Smoking in Public Places Should Be Banned

    Smoking in Public Places Should be Banned Smoking has always been a big tradition among adults. As time passes it is becoming a object that teenagers use for social stability. It is not popular to the teenagers to smoke alone. They need the gratification of other people seeing them smoke. This fact

  26. Advice

    In the wide world, there are multitude cultures. Each country or race of people has its own culture. Some cultures have mutual characteristics, but there are still some different customs or traditions between them. Some foreign people haven't any simple idea about our culture and our religion. Th

  27. Smoking Should Be Banned in Public Places

    Smoking Should Be Banned In Public Places Smoking is currently under siege as never before with a spate of high profile health injuries cases. Cigarette smoke, a dangerous chemical, consists of both active smoke and passive smoke, through which people may inhale. Non-smokers meet smokers in m

  28. Smoking in Public

    Smoking in public places should be illegal on the grounds of public health and well being. A law to ban smoking in public places could be the single most important contribution to alleviating both lung cancer and heart disease, along with countless other adverse health issues. The Environment Protec

  29. Third Reich Gleichschaltung of Cultural Life

    Hitler seizes control: The "Gleichschaltung" of cultural life (Notes for an oral presentation) Introduction - soon after appointment of Hitler as chancellor of Germany in Jan 1933 G. (coordination) of German culture began - Nazis extended policy of Gl

  30. Should Smoking Be Banned in Pulic Places?

    English Oral- Topic 5 Giving Opinions Should Smoking be banned in public places? Many surveys, studies and scientific research has proved that smoking is injurious to health. Smoke is unhealthy and suffocating. It pollutes the environment. There are two types of smokers - activ