Emotional Changes and Implications for the Use of Drugs in Licit and Illicit in Education of Youth and Adults
Education Journal
Volume 3, Issue 2, March 2014, Pages: 79-83
Received: Jan. 3, 2014; Published: Feb. 20, 2014
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Nascimento, L., Department of Physics -DP/CCEN-UFPB., University City, CEP: 58059-900, João Pessoa-PB, Brazil
Rodbari, R. J., Department of Sociology-DS, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
Jamshidi, A. L. C. L., Program of Post-Graduation in Chemical Engineering-PPGCE, Center of Technology and Geoscience-CTG/UFPE., Av. Moraes Rego, 1235- University City, CEP: 50670-901, Recife-PE, Brazil
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Abstract
This article discusses the emotional changes caused by the consumption of licit and illicit drugs in people, and the consequences on health and psychosocial aspects. This study demonstrates the influence and role as the drug has on the user to commit crime, which is one of the main problems in our society and to identify what the best policy to be adopted in relation to drugs. In the context of studies of the emotional states of students using drugs, has the purpose to obtain skills to handle everyday situation of the teacher in the classroom. Emotional disorders favor the appearance of some such feelings with, insecurity, anxiety, fear, apathy, depression. These changes may be accompanied by disturbances, which often provoke violence in schools. Being necessary preventive measures in schools about drug use, an educational intervention for both the student and to society, believing that the school has your socializing nature, being a fundamental means for the implementation of drug prevention programs for youth and adults.
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Legal and Illegal Drugs, School, Teacher
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Nascimento, L., Rodbari, R. J., Jamshidi, A. L. C. L., Emotional Changes and Implications for the Use of Drugs in Licit and Illicit in Education of Youth and Adults, Education Journal. Vol. 3, No. 2, 2014, pp. 79-83. doi: 10.11648/j.edu.20140302.16
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