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Production timeline

Week Plan Action


2 - Searching and choosing issue - Collecting information related to
- Do some research about the our issue
issue - Sort out facts
3 - Preparing script - Brainstorming preparing script to
- Preparing background issue interview respondent.
about smoking in public area. - Read and get info in internet about
- Decide time, date and place for our theme for background issue
shooting video and interview - Set suitable date, time and place for
people. shooting video and interview.

4-7 - Interview people - Provide script for interview


- Shooting video as scheduled - Start doing report and
documentation about issue
14/10/2017: interview doctor or
nurse
-Location : Clinic UPSI
-Time : 2.30pm-4.50pm

30/10/2017 : interview athlete


and civilian
-Location : Old Campus, UPSI

- Editing the video

8-9 - Second phase of interview - Edit video, insert background


music, combine interview video
6/11/2017 : interview pregnant - Continue do report
woman
-Location : any public area or at
campus

- Complete editing video

10 - Final editing - Burn video in CD


- Complete report - Print the report
11 - Submit the assignment
GROUP 2

Members:
1. Nurnabilah Syahirah binti Jafri
2. Nur Afifah binti Khalid
3. Dewi binti Salam
4. Chan Mei Yi

Issue/Topic: Smoking in Public Areas


Background:
Smoking is the inhalation of the smoke of burning tobacco encased in cigarettes, pipes, and
cigars. Casual smoking is the act of smoking only occasionally, usually in a social situation or
to relieve stress. A smoking habit is a physical addiction to tobacco products. Many health
experts now regard habitual smoking as a psychological addiction. Smoking is bad for your
health. Smoking harms nearly every organ of the body. Cigarette smoking causes 87 percent
of lung cancer deaths. It is also responsible for many other cancers and health problems.
Based on Journal of the American Medical Association, Mokdad AH, Marks JS, Stroup
DF, Gerberding JL (2014) said that Smoking causes more deaths each year than the following
causes combined Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), Illegal drug use, Alcohol use, Motor
vehicle injuries and Firearm-related incidents. Then, smoking also increases the risk of dying
from cancer and other diseases in cancer patients and survivors. If nobody smoked, one of
every three cancer deaths in the United States would not happen. Its revealed by U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services (2014).
But, what is the problem is when all this type of effect can be affected to smokers also
can get into the non-smoking person. According to the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention (CDC), 46 percent of non-smokers experience some degree of adverse effects from
exposure to secondhand smoke. Obviously, the risk for health problems from tobacco use itself
is much greater than from secondhand exposure. The greatest contrast between smoking and
nonsmoking is that most smokers become addicted to nicotine, and most nonsmokers do not.
But in irony, smoking does not just affect the smoker; secondhand smoke negatively affects
family, friends and associates. The National Cancer Institute (NCI) reports that 438,000 deaths
are attributed to cigarette smoking each year; an additional 38,000 deaths are caused by
secondhand smoke. Based on the all research above, our group are going to discuss on topic
that smoking in public area are allowed or should be prohibited.
Purpose:
The purpose of this documentation is to observe the habits of the people that smokes in public
areas. Besides, this investigation is important to find out the implications of the nonsmokers
that exposed to the secondhand smoke from others in public place. This investigation will
involve several people to know their opinions about smoking in the public area that can affects
to the civilian.
Method(s): Interview, Video Recording

Production Timeline : As attached

Interviewees:
1. Doctor/nurse in UPSI Clinic 27/10/2017 - 12pm (Friday) old campus
2. Male Student, semester 5 (kai) 13/10/2017 - around 12.50pm
3. Pregnant Woman
4. Athlete (Faiz) 13/10/2017 12pm
5. Female student, semester 5 (tasa) - 13/10/2017 around 12.30pm
6. Customer at restaurant (amri)

Interview Questions:
Doctor/nurse
1. What is the effect of passive smokers to student and pregnant woman?
2. What is the common disease that will attack the passive smokers?
3. Does the disease can lead to death for passive smokers?
3. Do you agree if there is should be designated smoking areas away from the general public?
4. Can you suggest the best way to avoid or tell the smokers not to smoke in public area?
5. Does KKM aware the issue of smoking in public area which quite famous and dangerous?
6. Can you give some suggestion on what to do if people are struck with smoking people?
7. In current data, how many of non smokers or passive smokers died because of disease got
from smell smoke from smokers?
8. Is smoking common among young people?

Student/pregnant woman/athlete
1. Are you a smoker or a non smoker?
2. Do you think smoking cigarettes in a public place is rude and inconsiderate?
3. How do you feel if been exposed to smoke in public places?
3. Do you have trouble breathing or cough when smell or exposed with cigarettes smoke?
4. What do you dislike the most (if anything) about smoking?
5. Do you agree if there is should be designated smoking areas away from the general public?
6. What are some health problems that smoking can cause?
7. Does the State have the right to tell smokers they cannot smoke in restaurants, office
buildings, and other public places?
8. Do you ask the smokers not to smoke around you?
9. Do you support/oppose a law that would ban smoking in all public places?
10. Does people are smoking at public area affect your focus?