What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘drugs’?   1 comment

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Development of a rational scale to assess the harm of drugs of potential misuse, The Lancet, 2007 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1) What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘drugs’?
2) What do you know about illegal drugs?
3) Have you ever used illegal drugs?
4) Many people say marijuana is more dangerous than alcohol. What do you think?
5) Are there strong laws in your country to prevent the use of drugs?
6) Some countries execute drug traffickers. What do you think about this?
7) Do you think alcohol is a dangerous drug?
8) Many people around the world use ‘designer’ drugs, such as ecstasy, or recreational drugs, such as cannabis. Do you think this is OK?
9) Is there a drug problem in your school / country?
10) Why do you think people take drugs?
1) What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘drug addict’?
2) What do you think a drug addict does with his/her day?
3) Many politicians have used cannabis. What do you think about this?
4) What should governments do to help drug addicts?
5) Many young children are now using addictive drugs. What do you think about this?
6) Do you think drugs lead people into crime?
7) What punishment do you think drug barons should get?
8) Would you like to work as an anti-narcotics police officer?
9) Would legalizing soft drugs help reduce crime?
10) Why do people get into hard drugs like heroin?

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