Addiction Behavior of Young Places in Lubumbashi Rehabilitation Centers (Case Study Conducted in Lukuni, Bakanja / Center and Magone)
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Case Studies | Psychology Science | Congo | Volume 7 Issue 10, October 2018

Addiction Behavior of Young Places in Lubumbashi Rehabilitation Centers (Case Study Conducted in Lukuni, Bakanja / Center and Magone)

Kabatantshi Tujibikile Alain

Our work focuses on the behavior of addiction of young people placed in rehabilitation centers of Lubumbashi. We found that many children in family breakdown (ERF) housed in rehabilitation centers recurrently resort to addictive behavior (delinquency, alcoholism, aggression, smoking, prostitution, vagrancy, crime, etc.) as if they still led the life of the street, while the said phenomenon can be repressed. That's why we made it a research topic. The results of our study will interest the State, the parents, the researchers, the young people, the educators of the rehabilitation centers and the society to the extent that everyone will have to realize that a child in family breakdown in a reeducation center does not is not abandoned but to whom it is necessary to bring a psychosocial help to measure, that is to say according to its difficulties of integration. In our work, we have provided a set of practical tips for anyone who has the opportunity to supervise the FRS to be able to fight this scourge. Addiction behaviors have already been the subject of many studies that we will not be able to examine exhaustively in this work. We have confined ourselves to examining some of the studies that best relate to us.

Keywords: Addiction behavior, rehabilitation

Edition: Volume 7 Issue 10, October 2018

Pages: 732 - 750

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Kabatantshi Tujibikile Alain, "Addiction Behavior of Young Places in Lubumbashi Rehabilitation Centers (Case Study Conducted in Lukuni, Bakanja / Center and Magone)", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=ART20191761, Volume 7 Issue 10, October 2018, 732 - 750

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