Victoria's Informative Speech

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Victoria's Informative Speech

  1. 1. The prevention to stop women and men to go out alone at night.
  2. 2.  My specific purpose is to inform my audience about not letting young women and men go out alone at night.  My audience will benefit by listening to my speech to know that you should not go out alone at night. There are too many crimes that go on around at night.
  3. 3. Someone could take advantage of you or your friends. Someone could slip something into your drink.  According to the article  Rape is one of the crimes that tend to happen a lot because people don’t pay attention. It is one of the crimes that are not reported as much as they should.  Rapist also look for easy targets like people that have been drinking. accessed on October 7th, 2013 on the better health channel website, entitled “Drink spiking” by Australian drug foundation, drink spiking is linked to crimes such as sexual assault and robbery.
  4. 4. If someone looks to be following you. If someone is acting suspicious.  If you go somewhere you If someone is following you from the restaurant or bar you left, you want to make sure that there following you and not just walking to the same place.  If they are following you then you want to walk somewhere very familiar to you, crossover using the crosswalks, and keep watching that person from the store windows or car windows.  always want to watch your surrounds.  If someone keeps watching you, it would be a good move to go to a different room and to stay in public.
  5. 5. Tell your friends or family. Keeping things bottled up could hurt you later on in life.  By telling someone they  Keeping a situation could help you figure out what to do next.  It could make you feel better about the situation.  If you keep things bottled up it could hurt you emotionally. bottled up could hurt you emotionally because you will always have that vision in the back of your head.  When something happens that bad to you, you are going to need to get some help.
  6. 6. Weapons  Pocketknife is a foldable knife that you can basically tuck away anywhere. It will help you stay safe.  Pepper spray is a chemical compound that irritates the eyes to cause pain, tears and temporary blindness. Friends  When you bring a friend with you, they could help you watch out for other people.  When you have a friend with you the person that was watching you will go somewhere else because it is harder dealing with two people than one.
  7. 7.  Age: 18-20=5, 21-29= 12, 30-39=4, 40-49=2, 50-59=1  How many times do you go out a week? 1-2=18, 3-4=3, 5      6=2, everyday=1 How many friends normally go? 1-2=17, 3-4=3, 56=1, group=3 Everyone stays local. Has a friend or someone you know been ruffied? Yes=5, No=19 Do you bring something to protect you? Yes=2, No=21 Do you look at peoples behavior? Yes=23, No=1 Do you drive your car? Drive your car=23, Cab=1
  8. 8.  As you can see it is very important to invite someone to go with you to a bar or restaurant. In the audience analysis there was some people that have either been ruffied or a friend has.  I have explained to you that you need to be careful when going out, behaviors you need to watch out for, to talk to your friends and family when something goes wrong and to carry some sort of weapon with you.  Always stay safe and live your life to the fullest.
  9. 9.  Marcia Cohen and Sherrie H. McKenna. “Rape: Psychology, Prevention and Impact.” Yale-New Haven Teachers. Institute, 2013. Web 27 September 2013.  Rubin Michelle. “Young Feminists: Targeting Men to Prevent Violence against Women.” Women’s Health Activist Newsletter. 2011 January/February. Web. 27 September 2013.  “Drink Spiking.” Better Health Channel. Australian drug foundation, October 2012. Web 9 October 2013.  “How to Protect Yourself if Someone’s Following You Home.” wikiHow. Web. 9 October 2013.

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