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Activity 11 Legalization Of Marijuana Annotated Bibliography Paper

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(2)Provide a reference for each of your 6 sources in proper APA format. Visit the APA guide at http://libguides.wvu.edu/apa for clarification on APA style.

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Activity 11: Annotated Bibliography Instructions: This assignment requires you to work more on finding, evaluating, and planning how to use sources for your final paper. (1) To complete this assignment, you will need to find at least 6 different sources that you plan to use in your final paper. Academic articles, books, and primary documents are all great sources. Newspapers and editorials can also be used, but be selective. Remember, you should already have three sources from completing Activity 10 – use these again for this activity if you are sticking with the same topic. If you did NOT complete Activity 10, make sure to pick a topic from the list provided on the Written Persuasive Appeal Instructions document in the Final Paper folder on eCampus. (2) Provide a reference for each of your 6 sources in proper APA format. Visit the APA guide at http://libguides.wvu.edu/apa for clarification on APA style. (3) After each reference, you should provide a paragraph about the source that includes the following information: ▪ A brief 1-2 sentence summary of the source’s purpose ▪ How you will use the source in your final paper to support your argument ▪ Whether the information from that source supports or contradicts other information you have found on the topic ▪ Why the source is important to include in your final paper This activity must be submitted to eCampus as either a text submission or an attached file no later than 11:59pm. Running head: SHOULD MARIJUANA BE LEGALIZED? Should Marijuana be legalized? Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation 1 SHOULD MARIJUANA BE LEGALIZED? 2 Should Marijuana be legalized? Introduction The topic on the legalization of marijuana is a heated subject with each side having its viewpoint for its position. Pot is a drug from the cannabis plant that is used in many forms with multiple people particularly youths. It has adverse effects on the human physical body, and psychological well-being. Franz and Frishman (2016) indicate that marijuana causes several lifethreatening illnesses such as lung, and heart diseases to the users and secondhand smokers. As for the psychological problems, pot is associated with mental issues. Examples of are psychosis, bipolar illness, and suicidal thinking. Additionally abusing this drug causes behavior problems. Morse and Flory (2015) proclaim that it impairs ones intellectual thinking and causes disorderly behaviors, reckless actions, and disruptive behavior disorder. Nevertheless, some people support the legalization of weed despite its effect because it is useful for recreation and medical purposes. Marijuana should not be prohibited as it has negative impacts. Body Paragraph One; Testimonial Evidence Carroll (2018) agrees that pot should not be made legal it causes serious ailments. First and foremost, it leads to lungs diseases. Carroll (2018) elaborates that researchers have found that long-term use of weed impairs the proper function of the lung after carrying out systemic review. The scientists likewise investigated that smoking marijuana cause’s heart problem as they discovered it can trigger a heart attack an hour after abusing it. In addition to heart conditions, if a pregnant mother smokes this drug, he/she develops pregnancy complication. Also, most of the women give birth to underweight children. They are too likely to deliver prematurely, and their babies admitted in the intensive care unit. Carroll (2018) adds that “The most recent meta-analysis found that there's a significant connection between heavy marijuana use and a diagnosis of SHOULD MARIJUANA BE LEGALIZED? 3 psychosis, specifically schizophrenia." The use of pose also exposes secondhand smokers to health problems including children. Kaplan (2018) illustrates that researchers state that the exposure to the pot smoke enters the body within minutes and affect the blood vessels Body Paragraph Two: Statistical Evidence Volker and Weiss (2014) similarly support that weed is harmful. They illuminate that weed use results in brain problems. It causes the loss in short-memory as one cannot gain and maintaining critical information. Also, the brain function of coordinating motor is affected; therefore one has a problem controlling his/her motor. Nevertheless, other people claim that minimal uses can be beneficial as it used as medicine to reduce pain with the cancer patients and such an amount will have no implication. However, this is not the case because as soon as one starts using, he/she is likely to be addicted and consequently, bring damage. According to Volker and Weiss (2014), 9% of the new smokers of the drug are destined to be addicts, and the rate increase with teenagers as the risk of addition is 50%. Body Paragraph Three: Example Evidence Raber and Kaplan (2015) assert that cannabis has a negative implication on the human body. The authors experiment and discuss the relationship between dabbing and concentration of marijuana. They conducted two experiments, one testing absorption of cannabis where 57 concentrated and nine water-based samples were utilized. The outcome revealed a high level of the main comment of marijuana in both items. The second experiment studied the dabbing and the transference of pot in the lungs system where dabbing was identified to convey concentrated cannabis in the lungs. This proves that marijuana causes lung diseases as cannabis's THC is transferred in the lung system. SHOULD MARIJUANA BE LEGALIZED? Conclusion Marijuana should not be prohibited as the adverse effects of pot on the human body and behaviors are severe compared to the benefits. They cause chronic illnesses such as heart and lung diseases. Marijuana use similarly results in a mental problem like psychosis. These are issues that have been proven with researchers and most scientists concur. As for the behavior effects, it causes disruptive disorder where one cannot control their motor condition. This has as well been scientifically tested where a survey was carried out. The detrimental effect of this drug urges each and everyone to join in the fight to bun weed to address these issues. 4 SHOULD MARIJUANA BE LEGALIZED? 5 References Carroll. A (2018, May 17) It’s Time for a New Discussion of Marijuana’s Risks. Retrieved from: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/07/upshot/its-time-for-a-new-discussion-ofmarijuanas-risks.html Franz, C. A., & Frishman, W. H. (2016). Marijuana use and cardiovascular disease. Cardiology in the review, 24(4), 158-162. Kaplan. M. (2018, May 22). All the ways Marijuana can damage your health. Retrieved from: https://nypost.com/2018/05/22/all-the-ways-marijuana-can-hurt-yourMorse, M. C., Benson, K., & Flory, K. (2015). Disruptive Behavior Disorders and Marijuana Use: The Role of Depressive Symptoms. Substance abuse: research and treatment, 9, SART-S31432. Raber, J. C., Elzinga, S., & Kaplan, C. (2015). Understanding dabs: contamination concerns of cannabis concentrates and cannabinoid transfer during the act of dabbing. The Journal of toxicological sciences, 40(6), 797-803. Volkow, N. D., Baler, R. D., Compton, W. M., & Weiss, S. R. (2014). Adverse health effects of marijuana use. New England Journal of Medicine, 370(23), 2219-2227. ...
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Should Marijuana be Legalized: Annotated Bibliography
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Carroll. A (2018, May 17) It’s time for a new discussion of marijuana’s risks. Retrieved
from: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/07/upshot/its-time-for-a-new-discussion-ofmarijuanas-risks.html
In this article for the New York Times, Carroll (2018) examined the dangers of marijuana
consumption by analyzing the findings from various studies including those on the direct and
indirect of the substance. The author claimed that marijuana should not be legalized because of
the dangers it poses to smokers and non-smokers who inhale the smoke, which includes
cardiovascular diseases, pregnancy complications, and lung cancer. One of the reasons for the
inclusion of this article in the list of sources is due to the evidence that its content would provide
to support my position on the legalization of marijuana. Also, the research findings that were
cited by th...

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