PENYALAHGUNAAN NAPZA PADA ANAK JALANAN(Studi Kasus pada Anak Jalanan Dampingan PKBI Jawa Tengah)

ULFAH, NEFFA ASHMA, A2A215054 (2017) PENYALAHGUNAAN NAPZA PADA ANAK JALANAN(Studi Kasus pada Anak Jalanan Dampingan PKBI Jawa Tengah). Undergraduate thesis, Universitas Muhammadiyah Semarang.

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Abstract

Latar Belakang: Kasus penyalahgunaan NAPZA dari tahun ke tahun terjadi pada seluruh lapisan masyarakat, khususnya anak jalanan. Hasil studi pendahuluan yang telah dilakukan di Rumah Pintar BangJo PKBI Jawa Tengah tahun 2017, dari 10 anak jalanan yang diwawancarai didapatkan 7 anak jalanan yang mengonsumsi rokok, alkohol dan obat-obatan terlarang. Metode : Jenis penelitian ini adalah penelitian kualitatif dengan teknik pengambilan subjek penelitian utama menggunakan purposive sampling. Hasil: Pengetahuan anak jalanan tentang bahaya dan pengobatan penyalahgunaan NAPZA masih kurang. Anak jalanan masih sangat menikmati efek dari penyalahgunaan NAPZA sehingga memengaruhi persepsi mereka terhadap kerentanan dari risiko penyalahgunaan NAPZA. Ada keinginan dalam diri anak jalanan untuk berhenti menggunakan NAPZA, namun lingkungan pergaulan anak jalanan dan kurangnya dukungan dari orang tua menyebabkan mereka sulit untuk berhenti. Simpulan: Anak jalanan masih aktif melakukan penyalahgunaan NAPZA karena pengetahuan tentang dampak dan pengobatan penyalahgunaan NAPZA masih kurang, selain itu mereka belum merasakan kerentanan terhadap risiko penyalahgunaan NAPZA sehingga mereka menganggap dirinya baik-baik saja. Rekomendasi: Perlunya pendampingan lebih khusus pada anak jalanan dengan memberikan penyuluhan terkait bahaya dan pengobatan NAPZA serta melatih keterampilan anak jalanan agar mereka berhenti menggunakan NAPZA. Kata Kunci : Penyalahgunaan NAPZA, anak jalanan, pengetahuan, persepsi. Background: The case of the misuse of drugs over the years occurred in all walks of life, in particular street children. Preliminary results of a study that has been done on the smart House BangJo PKBI Central Java the year 2017, of 10 street children interviewed obtained 7 street children who consume alcohol, cigarettes and illegal drugs. Method: This type of research is qualitative research with major research subject retrieval technique using a purposive sampling. Result: Knowledge about the dangers of street children and the treatment of abuse of drugs are still lacking. Street children are still very enjoy the effects of the misuse of drugs so that it affects their perception of the risk of vulnerability against the abuse of drugs. There is a desire within the street children to stop using drugs, but environmental guidelines for street children and lack of support from parents cause they're hard to stop. Conclusions: Street children still active doing abuse drugs because knowledge about the effects and treatment of abuse of drugs are still lacking, other than that they haven't felt the vulnerability to the risk of misuse of drugs so that they consider themselves just fine. Recommendations: Need for more specific direction on the street children by providing guidance related dangers and treatment of drugs as well as to train street children skills in order that they stop using drugs. Keywords: Drugs Abuse, street children, knowledge, perceptions.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects: R Medicine > RA Public aspects of medicine > RA0421 Public health. Hygiene. Preventive Medicine
Divisions: Faculty of Public Health > S1 Public Health
Depositing User: perpus unimus
Date Deposited: 07 Dec 2017 05:16
Last Modified: 07 Dec 2017 05:16
URI: http://repository.unimus.ac.id/id/eprint/1065

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