Remediation Project Reflection

  I chose the topic I wrote in inquiry three as a resource to work for my remediation project. I wrote an essay about my idea supporting to lower the legal drinking age to eighteen years old, and then remediated it into a diary. I spoke my own voice in the text, playing a role […]

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Annotated Bibliography (Inquiry 3)

Bergman, Paul. “Underage-drinking and MIP laws prohibit alcohol possession for those younger than 21.” Underage Drinking and Minor-in-Possession Laws, Nolo.com, http://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/underage-drinking-minor-possession-laws-33778.html. The article explains and gives out the basic information about the underage drinking law. As Professor Paul Bergman points out, “The legal drinking age in all states is 21. Under most states’ MIP laws, […]

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When Drinking Age Were Lowered To Eighteen, Students Would Be More Responsible Toward Their Alcohol Consumption

  There are many purposes of drinking, such as to relax, to reduce stress in daily life, or just to enjoy the taste of alcohols. However, drinking is a double-edged sword; alcohol sometimes brings unpredictable and unwanted consequences such as alcohol poisoning or public fighting. Therefore, the U.S. government published the law determining the minimum […]

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