Proceedings of the International Conference on the Theory and Practice of Personality Formation in Modern Society (ICTPPFMS 2018)

The Spread of Psychoactive Substance Use among the Population of the Jewish Autonomous Region

Authors
Vorotilkina Irina, Bazhenov Ruslan, Prokopeva Maria, Bogachenko Natalia, Schetinina Svetlana
Corresponding Author
Vorotilkina Irina
Available Online September 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/ictppfms-18.2018.50How to use a DOI?
Keywords
drug addiction, narcotisation, psychoactive substances, drug control
Abstract
The problem of socialization of the individual, the specifics of professional development, the issues of training personnel are constantly in the focus of attention of many researchers. They become especially relevant in the era of the digital economy. The article reveals the essence of the processes of socialization of the individual under the influence of information technology. Several types of socialization (virtual, informational, etc.), the influence of the information and communication environment on the formation and socialization of the individual are considered. Negative processes are also noted, when computerization leads to persistent dependent behavior. All this determines the importance and severity of the complex interdisciplinary problem of socialization of the individual in the conditions of information processes.
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AU  - Vorotilkina Irina
AU  - Bazhenov Ruslan
AU  - Prokopeva Maria
AU  - Bogachenko Natalia
AU  - Schetinina Svetlana
PY  - 2018/09
DA  - 2018/09
TI  - The Spread of Psychoactive Substance Use among the Population of the Jewish Autonomous Region
BT  - International Conference on the Theory and Practice of Personality Formation in Modern Society (ICTPPFMS 2018)
PB  - Atlantis Press
SN  - 2352-5398
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