alcohol article

The paper you are about to write should be in response and reaction to the article on “Alcohol” provided to you by your professor. The paper is to be a minimum of 250 words.

The best and easiest way to write the paper is to read the article first and then answer each question in the series of questions related to the article on “Alcohol.” These questions are provided for you immediately below these instructions in the section entitled “QUESTIONS.” Answer the questions as well as you can based on your understanding, interpretation, and assessment of the article on “Alcohol.” There is no right or correct answer; what is required is your opinion.

Each question has been given an alphanumeric code (for example: “CE-1”). After you read a question answer that question by placing question’s alphanumeric code at the beginning of your answer/response. Therefore, you would write your paper answering each of the eight (8) questions in order and in the following format.

Example:

(CE-1) My attitudes and beliefs compared to other cultures and communities when it comes to the use and abuse of alcohol is that I believe . . . . (CE-2) I would connect and extend this information on alcohol use and abuse to civic engagement by . . . . etc.

The following are the eight (8) questions (with their alpha-numeric code) which you MUST answer. Please think about what the article on “Alcohol” said concerning each of these questions and then provide your answer based on what you learned, understand, interpret, and assess in reading the article.

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Write your paper by answering each question (including the alpha-numeric code) in the order they are given.

THE QUESTIONS:

CE-1 Considering the “alcohol article” to be reflective of our culture and community describe how our attitudes and beliefs may differ from those of other cultures and communities when it comes to the use and abuse of alcohol. And would you be curious about the results of a similar study on alcohol conducted in other cultures and communities?

CE-2 Based on the facts of the “alcohol article” how might you connect and extend this information to civic engagement and what might your participation be in applying the knowledge you gained from the “alcohol article” to your participation in civic life, politics, and government?

CE-3 What experiences have you had with the general population/citizens/friends with regard to alcohol use and abuse and what did you learn about yourself as it relates to your growing sense of civic identity and commitment?

CE-4 In any of the encounters you have had with the general population/citizens/friends concerning the use and abuse of alcohol were you able to express, listen, and adapt your ideas and messages based on others’ perspectives. If so, briefly explain how.

CE-5 Have you ever participated in, or been a leader in, a civic (general population/ citizens/friends) action (helping others) with reflective insights or analysis about the aims and accomplishments of your actions in wanting to help them? If so, give an example.

CE-6 Before reading the “alcohol article” and responding to this questionnaire what I used to think about my civic responsibility to educate and interact with others about the use and abuse of alcohol and demonstrate my ability and commitment to collaboratively work across and within community contexts (friends) and structures (the general population) to achieve a civic aim was:

CE-7 After reading the “alcohol article” and responding to this questionnaire what I now think about my civic responsibility to educate and interact with others about the use and abuse of alcohol and demonstrate my ability and commitment to collaboratively work across and within community contexts (friends) and structures (the general population) to achieve a civic aim is:

CE-8 You have just read an article entitled “Alcohol.” After reading and understanding the contents of the article if you had to give the article a new title or “
HEADLINE” what would you name this article, what would you make its new “HEADLINE” and why?