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CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTION
A. Background
Drugs are the abbreviation of narcotics, psychotropic and other addictive materials. ...
C. Problem Formulation
We membutan this paper with rancanag-pertayaan questions that arise from our minds,
including:
1. W...
CHAPTER II
DISCUSSION
1. Definition
Drugs are the abbreviation of narcotics, psychotropic and other addictive materials. D...
2. Sorts - Various Drugs
• Opium
Papaver somniferum plant sap obtained by tapping (scraping) who want ripe fruit. The sap
...
mix of agonists and antagonists have been synthesized, and the compounds are pentazocine,
butorphanol (Stadol), and bupren...
Addictive, Someone who is taking drugs usually will want and want again because of certain
substances in the drug resulted...
o convulsions
o dilated pupils
o cold sweat
o nausea to vomiting
o easy fight
o bleeding on the brain
o blocked arteries
o...
5. Shabu-shabu:
o energetic
o paranoid
o difficulty sleeping
o difficult to think
o brain damage, especially nerves that c...
b. Student
In Indonesia, the drug addict progress more rapidly. The drug addict is generally aged
between 11 to 24 years. ...
CHAPTER III
CLOSING
1. Conclusion
Of the above papers can ditark conclusion that
1) Drugs are very dangerous goods and can...
REFERENCES
• Effendi, Luqman, 2008. Basics Module Sociology & Sociology KesehatanI. Jakarta: PSKM
FKK ISTA.
• Kartono, Kar...
INTRODUCTION
Assalamu'alaikum. Wr. Wb.
We pray puja and gratitude to Allah SWT who has melimpahjkan rhmat HIS, so that we ...
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I PREFACE..................................................................................................
PAPERS
DANGERS OF DRUGS
Prepared by:
NAME: HANIBA
CLASS: XII IPA 3
SMA 1 KONTUNAGA
2014
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  1. 1. CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION A. Background Drugs are the abbreviation of narcotics, psychotropic and other addictive materials. Drug familiar terminology used by law enforcement officials, such as police (including the National Narcotics Agency), prosecutors, judges and correctional officers. In addition to drugs, another term that refers to all three of these substances are drugs that of narcotics, psychotropic and addictive substances. The term drug more commonly used by healthcare practitioners and rehabilitation. But in essence the meaning of both terms still refer to the three types of the same substance. According to Law 22 of 1997 on Narcotics Narcotics are narcotics mentioned sense are "substances or drugs derived from plant or not plant either synthetic or semi-synthetic that can cause degradation or alteration of consciousness, loss of taste, reduce to eliminate pain, and can creating dependency ". The drug is actually a legal drug that digukan in medicine, however, woman is widely abused drugs. Even young people who use drugs are not little. Many of those who use the drug for reasons of mental pleasure, but not much mengetahuai sayingnya dangers of drugs. Therefore, in addition to completing the task of subjects Bhs. Indonesia, we kam i compile this paper aims to provide information how dangerous drugs. B. Purpose Abuse of narcotics and illicit drugs among young people today are growing. The rise of the deviant behavior of young generation, can endanger the survival of this nation in the future. Because as a young generation that is expected to be the successor of the nation, is increasingly fragile encroached addictive substances nerve destroyer. So the young man can not think clearly. As a result, the nation hopes generation intelligent resilient and will only stay memorable. The objective of this is the spread of drugs youth or adolescents. This Makalh bertujauan to 1. For knowledge to teenagers about drugs for her language. 2. As a teenager referinsi so that it can understand the kinds of drugs. 3. assignment of subjects Indonesian
  2. 2. C. Problem Formulation We membutan this paper with rancanag-pertayaan questions that arise from our minds, including: 1. What sense Drugs? 2. How many kinds of drugs? 3. What are the dangers of drugs? 4. Bagimna cope?
  3. 3. CHAPTER II DISCUSSION 1. Definition Drugs are the abbreviation of narcotics, psychotropic and other addictive materials. Drug familiar terminology used by law enforcement officials, such as police (including the National Narcotics Agency), prosecutors, judges and correctional officers. In addition to drugs, another term that refers to all three of these substances are drugs that of narcotics, psychotropic and addictive substances. The term drug more commonly used by healthcare practitioners and rehabilitation. But in essence the meaning of both terms still refer to the three types of the same substance. According to Law 22 of 1997 on Narcotics Narcotics are narcotics mentioned sense are "substances or drugs derived from plant or not plant either synthetic or semi-synthetic that can cause degradation or alteration of consciousness, loss of taste, reduce to eliminate pain, and can creating dependency ". Psychotropic is "a substance or drug, either natural or synthetic non-narcotic, which is efficacious psychoactive through selective effect on the central nervous system that causes typical changes in mental activity and behavior". Other addictive substances are "substances or other materials instead of narcotics and psychotropic substances that affect the brain and can lead to dependence" Nonetheless, it is important note that not all types of narcotics and psychotropic use is prohibited. Because quite a lot of narcotics and psychotropic also has great benefits in the field of medicine and for the benefit of the development of knowledge. According to Law 22 of 1997 and Law No. 5 of 1997, narcotics and psychotropic substances are included in Group I is a type of substance that is considered illegal. As a result of the illegalnya status, anyone who has, manufacture, use, distribute and / or distribute narcotics and psychotropic Category I may be imposed in accordance with the provisions of the criminal law apply.
  4. 4. 2. Sorts - Various Drugs • Opium Papaver somniferum plant sap obtained by tapping (scraping) who want ripe fruit. The sap that comes out white and named "lates". The sap is allowed to dry on the surface of the fruit that is brown-black-and post-processing will be a soft dough that resembles asphalt. This is called raw opium or opium rough. Opium contains an assortment of rugged active substances are often misused. Opium cook brown color is dark brown or blackish. Traded in packaging tin box with assorted stamp, among other snakes, skulls, eagle, globe, cap 999, cap dog, etc.. Its use by means of sucked. • Morphine Morphine is produced from opium / opiate raw. Merupaakan main alkaloid morphine from opium (C17H19NO3). Morphine tastes bitter, a fine white powder form or in the form of a colorless liquid. Its use by means of smoked and injected. • Heroin (heroin) Heroin had a power of two times stronger than morphine and is the type most commonly abused opiate people in Indonesia at the end - this end. Heroin, which is pharmacologically similar to morphine causes people to become sleepy and erratic mood swings. Although the manufacture, sale and possession of heroin is illegal, but the attempted heroin remains available for patients with terminal cancer as analgesic and euphoric effects it good. • Morphine Codeine including salt / derivative of opium / opium. Codeine effects are weaker than heroin, and its potential to cause low ketergantungaan. Usually sold in pill form or liquid clear. How to use ingested and injected. • Demerol Another name of Demerol is pethidina. Its use can be swallowed or by injection. Demerol is sold in a pill form and colorless liquid. • methadone Currently many digunakanorang Methadone in the treatment of opioid dependence. Opioid antagonists have been made to treat opioid overdose and opioid dependence. A large number of synthetic narcotics (opioids) have been made, including meperidine (Demerol), methadone (Dolphine), pentazocine (Talwin), and propocyphene (Darvon). Methadone is currently widely used in the treatment of opioid dependence. Opioid antagonists have been made to treat opioid overdose and opioid dependence. The drug class is nalaxone (Narcan), naltrxone (Trexan), nalorphine, levalorphane, and apomorphine. A number of compounds with activity
  5. 5. mix of agonists and antagonists have been synthesized, and the compounds are pentazocine, butorphanol (Stadol), and buprenorphine (Buprenex). Several studies have found that buprenorphine is an effective treatment for opioid dependence. Name popoler types of opioids: putauw, etep, PT, white. 3. Factors that Encourage Motivation in substance abuse and drug-related motivational concerns turned out to individual circumstances (individual motivation) is about the physical, emotional, intellectual and mental-interpersonal. In addition to the individual motivations that lead to an action of substance abuse, there are other factors that have a close relationship with substance abuse condition that sociocultural factors such as the following, and this is a deep pressed mood in adolescents; among others: • Divide the family unit eg divorce, the family moved, parents no / rarely at home and so on. • The influence of mass media such as advertisements on drugs and substances. • Rapid technological change. •'s escape values and religious systems as well as the melting of moral standards; (this means the need coaching character - Akhlaq) • Increased idle time. • Imbalance economic circumstances such as poverty, economic disparity ethno racial, luxury boring and so on. • Being a man for others. 4. Hazard a. According to the effect Hallucinogens, the effects of the drug can result if taken in certain doses so can result in a person becoming air-hallucinations to see a thing / object that does not exist / is not a real example, cocaine and LSD Stimulants, effects of drugs that can lead to employment organs such as the heart and brain working faster than usual work resulting in a more powerful one for a while, and tend to make the user more happy and excited for a while depressants, the effects of drugs that can depress the central nervous system and reduces the functional activity of the body, so that the wearer feel calm even may make users sleep and unconsciousness. For example, heroin
  6. 6. Addictive, Someone who is taking drugs usually will want and want again because of certain substances in the drug resulted in a person tends to be passive, because the drug indirectly decide the nerves in the brain, such as marijuana, heroin, heroin If it is too long and had drug addiction then gradually organs in the body will be damaged and if it exceeds the dose then the user will eventually overdose and death a. by type As for the dangers of drugs by type are as follows: 1. Opioids: o severe depression o apathy o excessive fatigue o lazy to move o much sleep o nervous o restless o always feel suspicious o The heart rate increases rapidly o excessive joy o much to say but slurred o increased sense of self-esteem o convulsions o pupils shrink o The increase in blood pressure o cold sweat o nausea to vomiting o injury to the nasal cavity bulkhead o loss of appetite o weight loss 2. Cocaine o The heart rate increases rapidly o restless o excessive joy o increased sense of self-esteem o much to say
  7. 7. o convulsions o dilated pupils o cold sweat o nausea to vomiting o easy fight o bleeding on the brain o blocked arteries o uncontrolled eye movements o stiffness of the neck muscles 3. Marijuana o puffy eyes o eyelids look swollen, red, and watery o often daydream o hearing impaired o always laugh o sometimes quick-tempered o not excited o restless o dehydration o bones brittle teeth o liver o nerve and brain damaged optic nerve o schizophrenia 4. Ectasy o energetic but his eyes glazed and his face pale, o sweating o difficulty sleeping o brain damage o dehydration o liver disorders o bone and tooth loss o no appetite o The optic nerve is damaged
  8. 8. 5. Shabu-shabu: o energetic o paranoid o difficulty sleeping o difficult to think o brain damage, especially nerves that control breathing to feel shortness of breath o much to say o The heart rate increases rapidly o brain hemorrhage o shock to the heart's blood vessels that will lead to death. 6. Benzodiazepines: o staggered o facial redness o much to say but slurred o irritability impaired concentration o o damage to body organs, especially the brain so it can be concluded if the drug is consumed by: a. Juvenile Adolescence is a developmental phase between childhood and adulthood. Someone in the future development of children and adolescents will shape the development of that person in adulthood. That's why when childhood and adolescence damaged by drugs, the bleak or even shattering his future. In adolescence, just the desire to experiment, follow the trend and lifestyle, as well as great fun once. Although all the tendencies perfectly natural, but it can also make it easier for motivated teens abusing drugs. The data show that the number of drug users is at most teen age group. The problem becomes more serious when due to drug use, teens contracting and transmitting HIV / AIDS among adolescents. It has been proven from the use of drugs through syringe alternately. This nation will lose very much due to adolescent drug abuse and the spread of HIV / AIDS. Teenagers lost at the loss of human resources for the nation.
  9. 9. b. Student In Indonesia, the drug addict progress more rapidly. The drug addict is generally aged between 11 to 24 years. This means that age is of childbearing age or the age of the student. At first, students were taking drugs usually begins with introduction to cigarettes. Because of this habit seems to have become a natural thing among today's students. Of this habit, the association continues to increase, especially when the students join in an environment of people who have become drug addicts. At first try, and then run into dependency. The negative impact of drug abuse on children or adolescents (learner-ed) is as follows: • Changes in attitude, temperament and personality, • Frequent truancy, declining discipline and values lessons, • Being irritable and quick to anger, • Frequent yawning, sleepy, and lazy, • No health care for themselves, • Like stealing to buy drugs. 5. Settlement / Solutions A lot can still be done to prevent teenage drug abuse and help teens who have fallen drug abuse. There are three levels of intervention, namely 1. Primary, before abuse occurs, usually in the form of education, dissemination of information about the dangers of drugs, the approach through the family, etc.. Government agencies, such as the BKKBN, more of a role in the intervention phase. provision of information about the activities carried out through various forms of IEC materials aimed at adolescent and family instantly. 2. Secondary, when the use has occurred and the necessary effort to cure (treatment). This phase includes: initial acceptance phase (initialintake) between 1-3 days to perform physical and mental examinations, and Phase detoxification and treatment of medical complications, between 1-3 weeks to carry out the reduction of dependence addictive ingredients gradually. 3. Tertiary, which attempts to rehabilitate Those who had been taking and in the healing process.
  10. 10. CHAPTER III CLOSING 1. Conclusion Of the above papers can ditark conclusion that 1) Drugs are very dangerous goods and can damage the nervous system that can change a person's personality becomes progressively worse 2) Drug crime is a source of action which could undermine norms and tranquility umu. 3) Potential negative impacts which affect the body both physically and psychologically 2. Suggestion Finally the paper entitled drug effects for adolescents has been completed and hopefully this short paper such bias benefit us all that well for the General Student so they can understand about the dangers of drugs are biting our moral bias and as the younger generation.
  11. 11. REFERENCES • Effendi, Luqman, 2008. Basics Module Sociology & Sociology KesehatanI. Jakarta: PSKM FKK ISTA. • Kartono, Kartini, 1992. Pathology II Juvenile Delinquency. Jakarta: Rajawali. • Mangku, Made Pastika, Mudji Waluyo, Arief Sumarwoto, and Ulani Yunus, 2007. Drug prevention is early age. Jakarta: The National Narcotics Board of Indonesia. • Shadily, Hassan, 1993. Sociology For Indonesian Society. Jakarta: PT Rineka Reserved. • Soekanto, Suryono, 2006. An Introduction to Sociology. Jakarta: PT King Grafindo Persuda • Sofyan, Ahmadi, 2007. Drug Targeting Your Children A Guide for Parents, Teachers, and the National Narcotics Drug Prevention Among Adolescents. New York: Library Publisher Achievement.
  12. 12. INTRODUCTION Assalamu'alaikum. Wr. Wb. We pray puja and gratitude to Allah SWT who has melimpahjkan rhmat HIS, so that we can resolve constituent preparation of this paper. Not forgetting segue and always greeting us to devote our master Prophet Muhammad that have big leads his people on the right path. We would like to thank those who have helped in the preparation of ini.Makalah makjalah is structured assignment of Indonesian. "Adolescent Drug For Indonesia" is the title that we provide for this paper. This paper is about understanding sided, all kinds, and the dangers of drugs. The preparation of this paper with the purpose to inform the youth about the dangers of drugs. Hopefully, this paper can be useful for the audience. Composer also apologize if many errors in the preparation of this paper. Wassalamu'alaikum. Wr. Wb. Raha, Maret 2014 Compiler
  13. 13. TABLE OF CONTENTS I PREFACE............................................................................................................. i TABLE OF CONTENTS........................................................................................ ii CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION.............................................................................. 1 A. Background ........................................................................................................ 1 B. Objective ............................................................................................................ 1 C. Problem Formulation .......................................................................................... 2 CHAPTER II DISCUSSION ................................................................................... 3 A. Definition ............................................................................................................ 3 B. Various - Various ................................................................................................ 4 C. Factors Promote ................................................................................... ............... 5 D. Hazard ................................................................................................................ 5 E. Resolution / Solution ................................................................................... ....... 9 CHAPTER III CLOSING..........................................................................................10 A. Conclusions ........................................................................................................ 10 B. Suggestion ........................................................................................................... 10 REFERENCES ........................................................................................................ 11
  14. 14. PAPERS DANGERS OF DRUGS Prepared by: NAME: HANIBA CLASS: XII IPA 3 SMA 1 KONTUNAGA 2014

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