DRUG ADDICTION AND CRIMES AMONG THE YOUTH
The problem of drug consumption is widespread among teenagers and teenagers, the main consumers of drugs. Drug addiction not only leads to important physiological changes, but also changes the behavior of individuals, especially teenagers. Drug addiction also increases the risk of juvenile delinquency. In fact, this study is intended to investigate factors that affect young people and lead to drug consumption. The study also aims to reveal the impact of drug consumption on youth behavior. More specifically, the study will track the impact of drug addiction on adolescent aggressive and criminal behavior. The hypothesis of this study is that young people are more aggressive and need money to buy drugs, so drug addiction can increase the risk of juvenile delinquency, but it can prevent crime because it is legally unacceptable. In this way, not only is the close relationship between juvenile delinquency and drug addiction turned out, but research is under way to find out why young people are taking drugs and becoming drug addicts.
The type of crime is an independent variable and reveals the types of crimes committed by teen drug addicts. First, the study will include a statistical analysis that compares the level of drug consumption among youth and the number of common crimes committed by juveniles. In addition, statistical analysis will help identify the number of drug addicts among juvenile offenders. In this way, we can show that there is a correlation between drug addiction and juvenile crime. The study will also focus on the types of juvenile offenders who can identify the cause of the crime. For example, if a juvenile drug addict has committed a property crime aimed at stealing money or making money in another illegal way, a juvenile crime can commit a crime because drugs can not be bought. Statistical analysis can reveal the link between drug addiction and juvenile crime and provide insight into the cause of the crime.
At the same time, this study will use qualitative research methods, including interviews and surveys. Using interviews and surveys, you can identify the causes of drug addiction among youth and identify crimes committed by youths. In fact, interviews and surveys require young people who have consumed drugs and committed crimes. These courses will form a core group of research. Researchers need to find out what causes drug addiction through interviews and surveys. In this regard, researchers should focus on the social and psychological factors that contribute to the drug addiction and offensive behavior of young people. At this point, the researcher must track the changes in social behavior and health of adolescents.
However, interviews and surveys targeting drug addicts and juvenile offenders are not enough to get all the information you need to achieve your research goals. In addition, the study should involve the parents, educators, social workers and health professionals of the young people involved in the study. Participation in these studies will help to get detailed information about behavior changes that have occurred since teenagers began using drugs. Researchers can also compare the behavior of young people before and after taking the drug. Interviews with parents, educators, and social workers will help young people understand why they took drugs and committed crimes. The involvement of healthcare professionals in this study will help to understand the developmental mechanisms of drug addiction and behavioral changes caused by physiological and psychological factors.
This study is conducted in a large city like New York, where approximately 55-65 participants, 10 juvenile delinquents, 10 parents, 10 educators, 5 social workers, ), Control group (including 10). Research participants will have different gender and social status, but target youth groups will be of the same age group.