Explain how we can explain this resistance to sex addiction as a concept and diagnostic entity?

Explain how we can explain this resistance to sex addiction as a concept and diagnostic entity? How can weexplain the recent interest and push to legalize these drugs?2) What does the television series The Wire teach us about the world of addiction?3) Some critics suggest that “the War on Drugs was never designed to be won.” Ifthat is the case, how can we understand its perseverance despite making littleheadway in reducing drug consumption.4) In light of the opioid epidemic, there have been increased calls for leadingmembers of the pharmaceutical industry to be held criminally responsible.Should pharmaceutical executives be held responsible for selling drugs thatproduce widespread addiction?5) Caffeine addiction has been the subject of much debate within the medicalcommunity, with some pushing to formalize this diagnosis and others resisting.Why has caffeine addiction proven so controversial and divisive a subject amongaddictions theorists?6) Some theorists see sex addiction as equivalent to any other addiction, whileothers resist its validity. How can we explain this resistance to sex addiction as aconcept and diagnostic entity?7) Despite labelling addiction as a disease, physicians frequently refer their patientsto non-medical organization like alcoholics anonymous (AA), narcoticsanonymous (NA), and sex and love addicts anonymous. How can weunderstand and explain this seeming contradiction?In terms of sources, there are many potential places that students can look. Beyondsearching for books in the library (many of which are now online), students can alsoaccess McMaster’s article databases: (https://library.mcmaster.ca/articles_azlist/all).These databases are far more focused than Google Scholar and will likely turn up betterresults.Although each specific topic will likely benefit from the use of different databases, someof the better ones include: Anthropology Abstracts; America: History and Life, AcademicOneFile, Anthropology Plus, Arts & Humanities Citation Index (Web of Science),Historical Abstracts, JSTOR, Social Sciences Abstracts, Scholars Portal, andSociological Abstracts. You might also investigate PsycInfo, Google Scholar, andPubMed. More information can be found here: https://library.mcmaster.ca/guides/Although strictly medical sources might be useful for this paper, there is a good chancethat you’ll get much more from taking an interdisciplinary approach to your literaturesearch. Thus, we strongly encourage you to make use of the types of databases listedabove