Exercise 1 Stop Motion
Exercise 2: Viral content
"Education can take you higher than drugs"
Over the past 50 years drugs have been a big part of society and in media, many students are exposed to drugs during college and university, in a research conducted by the FDA (U S Food and Drug Administration) it shows that about 20% of all university students have taken drugs (alcohol, marijuana,...) during the pervious month. But why do they try it?
1. To fit in: Many teens use drugs “because others are doing it”—or they think others are doing it—and they fear not being accepted in a social circle that includes drug-using peers.
2. To feel good: Abused drugs interact with the neurochemistry of the brain to produce feelings of pleasure. The intensity of this euphoria differs by the type of drug and how it is used.
3. To feel better: Some adolescents suffer from depression, social anxiety, stress-related disorders, and physical pain. Using drugs may be an attempt to lessen these feelings of distress. Stress especially plays a significant role in starting and continuing drug use as well as returning to drug use (relapsing) for those recovering from an addiction.
4. Popular Media. Forty-five percent of teens agree with the statement: “The music that teens listen to makes marijuana seem cool.” And 45 percent of teens agree with the statement “Movies and TV shows make drugs seem like an ok thing to do.” (PATS 2012).
Exercise 4: Mobile app
Welcome to our App, Makan Lah, food is a big part in Malaysian culture but it's often hard and expensive to eat healthy outside of home, with our App you can buy food from individuals around you or even sell your own food if you are passionate about cooking and want to make some extra money.
The main feature are "sell now", allowing you to post your food and to sell to people, "buy now", will show you all the food that people are selling, "around you" will show you what food are people selling around your area, and "my favourites", bookmarked food can be bought on the go.