Internet Addiction pada Remaja Pelaku Substance Abuse: Penyebab atau Akibat?

Ajeng Intan Nur Rahmawati
(Submitted 11 December 2017)
(Published 6 June 2018)


The purpose of this article to find out which variables are the causes and effects of substance abuse and internet addiction through conceptual studies. Internet addiction and substance abuse are known to have a correlation. But this becomes overlapping, which is the cause and the result. The results of this conceptual study explain that adolescents who experience substance abuse will tend to be the cause of increased prevalent internet addiction because the use of addictive substances will determine how fast internet addiction develops. Conversely, adolescents who experience Internet addiction is not necessarily the cause of the emergence of substance abuse. It can be concluded that substance abuse is the cause of high levels of internet addiction in adolescents, likewise, the internet addiction has the potential to cause substance abuse


internet addiction; substance abuse; adolescence; remaja

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DOI: 10.22146/buletinpsikologi.31164


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