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Sunday, 11 June 2017

loobobilly News: Why We Should Say Someone Is A 'Person With An Addiction,' Not An Addict

Why We Should Say Someone Is A 'Person With An Addiction,' Not An Addict Journalists should quit calling a person who uses drugs an "addict," according to The Associated Press Stylebook. This follows a trend toward "person first" descriptions of people with diseases. Journalists should quit calling a person who uses drugs an "addict," according to The Associated Press Stylebook. This follows a trend toward "person first" descriptions of people with diseases. Business
Journalists should quit calling a person who uses drugs an "addict," according to The Associated Press Stylebook. This follows a trend toward "person first" descriptions of people with diseases.

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