AFTER DRUGS: SELF ACCEPTANCE AND SELF ADJUSTMENT OF A JUNKIES PERSONA

Authors

  • Budi Prayitno , Ali Amran , Nurhasan Syah , Erna Juita

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between self-acceptance and selfadjustment of junkies. After living a normal life, junkies usually face life's problems, one of which is
problems with personality and with oneself. This study has used an analytical tool in the form of a
quantitative correlation research approach. The population of this study was taken from ex-Junkies
who had recovered and left a drug rehabilitation centre in West Sumatra Province. The population of
30 ex junkies was determined using the snowball sampling technique. Data collection has used a scale
of self-acceptance and self-adjustment scale. Data processing has used the product-moment
correlation technique. The results showed that the self-acceptance of ex Junkies in West Sumatra was
in the high category. Adjustment to ex Junkies in West Sumatra has been in the high category. There
has been a positive and significant relationship between self-acceptance and self-adjustment in ex
Junkies, meaning that when self-acceptance increases, self-adjustment will also increase and when
self-acceptance decreases, self-adjustment will decrease. These results are influenced by the influence
of several factors, the development and maturity of personality elements (intellectual, social, moral,
emotional), psychological determinants (experience, learning process), environmental conditions such
as family conditions and the environment.

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Published

2020-12-04

How to Cite

Budi Prayitno , Ali Amran , Nurhasan Syah , Erna Juita. (2020). AFTER DRUGS: SELF ACCEPTANCE AND SELF ADJUSTMENT OF A JUNKIES PERSONA. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 8851 - 8858. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2335