And looking back, what has the US to show for its decade of effort?
I have an exam next month can you please go through this essay and give me a brief idea about how far do I need to work to get a 7 band. Thanks in anticipation Q: Some businesses now say that no one can smoke cigarettes in any of their offices.
Some governments have banned smoking in all the public places.
Do you agree or not. Public smoking is an issue with growing concern and several actions are expected to work in place. It has now been prohibited by some governing bodies to smoke in public and many organizations have restricted its use in offices.
I am in favour of the changes implemented by the authorities however this essay intends to view both sides of the issue.
The proponents put forward strong arguments based on several major consequences. Firstly, smoking in public has direct affect on the health of surrounding people as they are forced to inhale carcinogenic air as a result of passive smoking. Secondly, the work environment is disturbed by smokers leaving the work place occasionally for smoke breaks.
The third reason lies to the fact that cigarette smoke is deteriorating the atmosphere by adding harmful inhalants in the air. On the contrary, the opponents argue on the basis of liberty on making personal choices.
The reasoning behind this debate is that smoking is an individual choice, businesses and government should refrain from such amendments.
They emphasize that it has no affect on their work effectiveness instead it is a medicine for anxiety and depression. Furthermore, neurological research favours them by asserting that nicotine present in cigarette relieves short term work stress.
However, my prospective, after assessing both aspects of the situation, leads me to believe that the favouring argument out weights the opposite. This is because smoking has ill effects not only on the person inhaling it but also on the whole immediate environment and the people. Hence the ban on public smoking helps all those who choose not to smoke.
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To what extent you agree or disagree? It is true that shelter is the vital necessity of human nowadays. It is often debated whether government should give houses to the people who do not own them or not. I completely agree with the govt involvement in donating housing schemes to poor.
It will be analysed by discussing both the social and economical benefits. To begin withgiving shelter to poor has a positive social impact.Iraq and Iran; Cold War Tension is War on Terror’s Motive Particular events that took place during the Cold War would later foreshadow and affect the events during the War on Terror, specifically regarding Iran and srmvision.com the Cold War Iraq invaded Iran and thus began the Iran-Iraq War in , which would later involve the United States.
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