• Allowed To Go Topless Women First Nudity
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    Argumentative Essay: Should Women Be Allowed To Go Topless in Public In the summer of 1996 Gwen Jacobs enjoyed a topless summer stroll during which she was seen by a local O. P. P officer, was apprehended and subsequently charged with indecent exposure. Gwen Jacobs pleaded not guilty in court and won the right to go topless in Ontario. This incident brought up an excellent question: should women be allowed to go topless on public beaches and in other public areas? The answer is strictly no, wome...
  • Should Smoking Be Banned In Public Places
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    Smoking or Non-Smoking Should There Be A Choice Imagine sitting in a restaurant unable to enjoy a meal due to the cloud of smoke coming from a neighbor s table. The fact that there was not a designated area for smokers has put the smoker and the non-smoker in an uncomfortable situation. Smoking should be banned in public places because non-smokers have a right to clean air, and because second hand smoke is more dangerous than actually smoking a cigarette. However, smoking should not be banned in...
  • Should Smoking Be Banned In Public Place
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    SHOULD SMOKING BE BANNED IN PUBLIC PLACE Should tobacco smoking be banned in public places As we know that cigarette smoke is potentially hazardous to all those who inhale it, whether voluntarily or passively. The death rate of smoke-related diseases, the toxic components in tobaccos, and the diseases that are related to cigarettes are all obvious evidences to support the fact that cigarettes are harmful. Individuals are entitled to the right to public smoking; however, this right should only be...
  • Smoking Public Places
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    Smoking in public places should be illegal, and today, we the affirmative team, will give you many reasons to prove why. People have been smoking cigarettes for hundreds of years, but it wasn't until recently that people started to realize exactly how bad cigarette smoking is. It can have a number of negative effects on the smoker, such as - Lung Cancer, Emphysema, Heart Disease etc Not only can it have these effects on the smoker, but a person who is simply being exposed to the smoke can contra...
  • Secondhand Smoke Children Smoking People
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    Keep Joe Camel Out of the Mall! .".. I male what pleasure or felicities they have in taking this ro gish Tobacco: it is good for nothing, but to choke a man, and fill him of smoke, and impers... ." (Jonson, Act 3, Scene 3. 2) These were the words of Ben Jonson, a 17 th century English poet. In agreement with this quote, smoking should be banned from all public places. This opinion is supported by the evidence that secondhand smoke is very harmful. Additionally, if a child sees an older person s...
  • Smoking In Public Safe Or Not
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    Smoking in Public, Safe or Not? According to a article titled "Restricting Smoking in Public Places?" published in the July 21, 1986 U. S. News and World Report, five thousand people die each year because they have breathed someone else's smoke (65). This finding alone should be enough to encourage smokers to consider the health of those non-smokers around them before they light a cigarette in a public place. However this does not seem to be the case considering the results of a more recent con...
  • Smoke Ban Herald Sun
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    Contention: The increasing effect of smoking means that there is a need for a banning in some public places. Issues on smoking have arisen in the media once again, so much so that now the government is debating whether or not this drug should be banned in public places. Already it is banned at the MCG and in some other public venues including hospitals, restaurants and cafes. With the effects of passive smoking becoming more evident and the annoyance of the smell and smoke of cigarettes, it is t...
  • Banning Smoking Smoke Smokers Places
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    Please Take Your Butt Outside "A smoking section in a bar or a restaurant is like having a peeing section in a public swimming pool, the pee just like the smoke will spread, and there is no way of escaping it," said an anonymous author. Smoking affects many people's lives each and everyday. For example, I can not even count the times that I have been in a restaurant in a "non-smoking section" and still not been able to enjoy my meal because of the smokers on the other side of the restaurant. Smo...
  • Smoking Bans Bill Rights Health
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    In current events, a huge issue among state and city lawmakers all over the country is the debate over whether or not smoking should be banned in public places. Many argue that allowing people to smoke in public places proposes serious health risks for innocent bystanders. Though the health risks are high, many still oppose the proposal of such laws. Business owners presiding over such establishments as bars and restaurants worry that the smoking bans will severely hurt their revenues if passed....
  • Ban On Smoking In Public Places
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    Smoking ban in public places has been a hot issue these last months not only in Malta but also in various countries who are discussing the effects a ban would have. There have been several debates on smoking ban. Even though the harmful effects of smoking, both active and passive, are well known and undeniable smoking is far from being in decline; it is spreading among young people in particular quickly. Most controversial debate is going on public smoking ban. The reason is simple, smoking ban ...
  • Smoking Public Places
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    The battle of the smokers vs. the non-smokers. Leading us to wonder if the smokers would live long enough to see who wins the battle of smoking in their local restaurants, bars, and other public places. I do not know about you, but I hate having the smell of smoke around me. Especially if I am enjoying a nice dinner out. (I would suggest revising) One particular evening that comes to mind is when my parents and I met in Columbus to eat in a favorite restaurant in Easton. We, of course, expected...
  • Smoking Us Bad Smoke Smokers Children
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    The prohibition of smoking has become more and more wide spread in the Unite States today. Due to studies that smoking is related to many illnesses, people have made safe guards to prevent from acquiring them. One of those safe guard is prohibiting smoking in public places. Some factors are; the health risks smoking causes, it sets better examples for young adults and children, and foremost, it gives better consideration to those who do not smoke. Health reasons are at the top of the list to why...
  • Public Place Smoking Smoke Smokers
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    Cigarette Smoking For a long time now many people have different views about smoking in public places. Smokers feel it is their right to smoke where and when they want. On the other hand non-smokers feel smokers violate their rights and endanger there life. Smoking causes heart disease, lung cancer and other serious illnesses. Cigarette smoking is the number one cause of lung cancer. A substantial number of lung cancers that occur in non-smokers can be attributed to involuntary smoking. There a...
  • Public Places Staples People Essay
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    Black Men in Public Places by Brent Staples, is a narrative story about the mishaps a young African-American man had to encounter in Chicago, as a new graduate student at the University of Chicago, and in New York City, in the late 70's and early 80's. Brent Staples tells us how other people mistook him by a criminal many times in public places just because of his appearance. The short stories that he mentions in his essay explain how he was scaring people, especially young women, just with his ...
  • Effects Of Ets And Secondhand Smoke
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    Smoking has been a part of our society since tobacco was discovered in the Americas. It can be found just about everywhere by observing people as they go through their day-to-day activities, watching TV or going to a bar or restaurants and in peoples homes. It has been claimed that secondhand smoke can affect the general health and well being of people exposed to it. The health and well being of these people is a concern of government officials. In return restrictions and laws have been made to ...
  • Should Cigarettes Be Banned
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    Amit P. Patel Professor Hodge English 1101 26 November 2003 I strongly support illegalizing cigarettes due to their devastating effects on our society. One in every five deaths in America is due to tobacco. More than 400, 000 Americans are killed by tobacco use every year and this trend continues as millions are still using tobacco products especially cigarettes. Every year, health cost and lost productivity costs the United States almost $150 billion. "For each pack of cigarettes sold in 1999,...
  • Sociology On Feagin And Sikes
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    Rubin and Feagin/Sikes Lillian Rubin's piece, "Is this a White Country, or What?" and Feagin and Sikes's piece, "Navigating Public Places" describe the racism and discrimination of the United States. Rubin studied how the Americans ("the white") think about the colonized minority and immigrant majority also known as "the others." Feagin and Sikes explored the prejudice and discrimination (of African Americans) in public places. Rubin's Piece explains the influx of immigrants and how "white" Amer...
  • Secondhand Smoking Smoke Public Places
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    Imagine, you are dining in your favorite restaurant. As you take a moment to inhale the aroma of the food you ordered. Suddenly your body reacts with a strong cough. Glancing around, you notice an individual smoking heavily. "How would you react?" Smoking in public facilities can lead to many problems and should be banned. A pure and clean breathing environment is something everyone needs, especially if you are dining. When individuals smoke in public places, they are giving off their exhaled s...