- Drug addiction within teens in rural/urban areas
- Embedded Journalism
While writing this paper, I experinced many difficulties. I feel like this was the most frustsrating thing I have had to do over my weekend, due to the difficulty of sticking to my topics, trying to find the correct and vaild sources, and also trying to choose one speficic topic to pursue. I was also preoccupied with my other work from my other classes so it felt a little overwhelming to research three different topics, isolate Sources, and then construct an introduction, body, and conclsuon out of my findings. Nonetheless I did fine some very interesting infromation within my frustarted research using JSTOR and EBSCO, along with the lirbray database. I learned many newthings about my topics. However, I have chosen to pursue the topic about drug addcition because it is a topic that I am familir with and I feel like I can write a good paper on it.
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2. Drug Addiction within teens in rural/urban areas
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3. Embedded Journalism
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