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Nikbakhsh B, Hamidi A. Social Phobia and its Impact on Drug Addiction. sh-addiction. 2018; 4 (16) :63-80
URL: http://sh-addiction.ir/article-1-390-en.html
Instructor of Department of Sociology
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Increasing social self-confidence is an important step in preventing drug addiction. Self-confidence can be used as a key factor in coping with "social phobia" and reducing drug addiction. Anxiety and decreased self-esteem are the reasons for the lack of recognition of resources and the rise of drug-induced motivation. One of the important social consequences of increasing self-esteem and decreasing drug trafficking is the confrontation with social phobia, especially in the youth age group. In order to prevent the emergence of drug problems in the society, the construction of a "social vaccination center" is necessary. This base will work by injecting confidence and reducing the fever of social anxiety within the family (and social nursing behavior associated with this attitude). In the present article, preventive methods of addiction with a view to prioritizing using the "social exchange theory", "labeling theory", "social phobia theory", "social alternatives", "social dilemma", "individual habits", "lifestyle", "behavioral paradigms", "alienation" and "Merton Functionalism" were reviewed. The present research is a preventive approach to addiction and the impact of social phobia on this path by using sociological theories. This research is of a descriptive and librarian type and tries to extend the existing theories from a new angle and from a social point of view. It can be said that social phobia undermines the essential role of social capital, namely "trust" and "social happiness". Social phobia gradually creates a wave of individual and collective mistrust in the society by weakening the foundations of social capital. These mistrusts lead to weakness in individual wills and social depression and then to drug abuse. The concept of social anxiety, which is associated with depression and boredom, causes the tendency to substance use in the community especially in young people. Therefore, the individual is placed on a "social dilemma" that chooses his own tendency and path in terms of his taste and mood status.
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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: General
Received: 2017/06/24 | Accepted: 2018/03/16 | Published: 2018/03/16

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