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Title:Primerjava uporabnikov plesnih drog v Nemčiji in Sloveniji : diplomsko delo visokošolskega študijskega programa Informacijska varnost
Authors:Halilović, Sabina (Author)
Areh, Igor (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FVV - Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security
Abstract:Ker sem se udeležila študentske izmenjave v Berlinu, bomo v diplomski nalogi obravnavali uporabnike »dizajnerskih« oziroma »plesnih drog« v Sloveniji in Nemčiji. Cilj naloge je opozoriti javnost na nevarnosti plesnih drog, raziskati posledice dolgotrajne uporabe drog,opozoriti na premišljeno uporabo ter primerjati uporabnike v Nemčiji in Sloveniji gledena načine uporabe in kulturno dojemanje/sprejemanje plesnih drog. V teoretičnem delu naloge bomo obravnavali vrste najbolj razširjenih drog, podrobneje bomo raziskali del plesnih drog in njihove učinke na človeka. V raziskovalnem delu smo opravili 2 intervjuja z uporabnikoma plesnih drog iz Nemčije in Slovenije ter primerjali odgovore in poiskali skupna stičišča. Droge so od nekdaj prisotne v kulturah po vsem svetu. Naši predniki so uporabljali psihadelične droge za rituale, saj so bili mnenja, da se lažje povežejo z veličanstvi. V južni Ameriki so staroselci žvečili liste koke. Dandanes se v časih ekonomske in socialne nestabilnosti, v krizi veliko ljudi zateka k uporabi ilegalnih ali legalnih substanc, naj bo to tobak, alkohol, zdravila ali prepovedane. V današnjih časih je družbeno moralno sprejemljivo zaužiti snov, ki nam pomaga pri raličnih težavah. Kot primer si lahko predstavljamo, da ima oseba težave s spanjem. Za tovrstno težavo so na voljo tablete, ki se jih lahko v lekarni dobi brez recepta zdravnika. Drug primer je povečana uporaba olj in izdelkov narejenih iz Cannabis Sative. Danes je popularna uporaba CBD olja za lajšanje težav pri anksioznosti in bolečinah. Od 1980 let se meja starosti uporabnikov prepovedanih drog znižuje. Čedalje več je mladih uporabnikov in ilegalne substance so lažje dostopne javnosti, kot pred leti. Na trgu se vedno znova pojavljajo nove in neraziskane droge, ki vsebujejo nečistoče in ostale škodljive snovi. Uporabniki verjamejo, da so zaradi neredne uporabe ilegalnih substanc imuni na posledice in se ne zavedajo,kar lahko privede do zdravstvenih in psihičnih težav (paranoja, depresija, anksioznost, ...), v skrajnih primerih tudi do hujših trajnih posledic (kronična paranoja, kronična depresija, shizofrenija, ...) ali smrti.
Keywords:diplomske naloge, droge, elektronska glasba, uporabniki, Nemčija, Slovenija
Year of publishing:2019
Year of performance:2019
Place of performance:Ljubljana
Publisher:[S. Halilović]
Number of pages:VIII, 32 str.
Source:Ljubljana
UDC:613.83(043.2)
COBISS_ID:3750890 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:JCZNHUKA
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Language:English
Title:Comparison of club drug users in Germany and Slovenia
Abstract:Since I attended a student exchange in Berlin, I will explore and compare two user groups of “designer drugs”, also commonly known as “dance drugs”. The groups are split into Slovenian and German group. The objective of this dissertation is to alert the public and raise awareness about the dangers of the “dance drugs”, to investigate the consequences of long-term use of these drugs, to draw attention to a moderate use and make a comparison between the two user groups, Slovenian and German group based on two criterias; how the drugs are used and how the two groups can be compared by the cultural perception between the two groups. In the theoretical part of this dissertation, I will discuss the types of the most widespread drugs. Furthermore, I will investigate in more detail some of the “dance drugs” and their effects on human well-being. In the research part of this dissertation, we conducted two interviews with the users of “dance drugs” from Germany and Slovenia, compared the answers and searched for the common denominators and identify the most obvious deviations in their perceptions about the drug-use and other related issues between the two groups. Drugs have always been present in cultures around the world. Our ancestors used psychedelic had often practiced drugs in their rituals, as they believed they connected them and brought them to their God(s) more easily. In South America for example, the indigenous people chewed coca leaves. Nowadays, in times of economic and social instability and crisis, many people resort to the use of illegal or legal substances, whether it be tobacco, alcohol, drugs or illicit drugs. In order to escape the reality of modern fast-paced lifestyle, world and not to face the facts or help in everyday life. In today's times it is morally misleading to take a tablet to help us fall asleep or help us lose weight. Since the 1980s (the beginning of the modern "rave” subculture), the average age of drug users has been decreasing. More and more young users and illegal substances are more easily accessible to the public than they were years ago. New and uncharted drugs, which IV contain impurities and other harmful substances, are constantly appearing on the market. Users being unaware of their consequences are exposed to the consequences, which can lead to health problems and psychological problems (paranoia, depression, anxiety, etc.), in more extreme cases, even severe long-term consequences (chronic paranoia, chronic depression, schizophrenia, ...) or in the most tragic cases even death.
Keywords:drugs, electronic music, users, Germany, Slovenia


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