Drug Eradication In Indonesian Millennials Through School Visits
Author(s): Wira Yudha Alam*, Kacung Marijan, Siti Aminah, Teguh Dwi Putranto
Background: Indonesia which is in the golden triangle area of drug trafficking makes Indonesia a destination for drug trafficking from outside. A survey conducted by the National Narcotics Agency shows that there are approximately three million people who use drugs. Based on a survey found that almost 50 - 60 people die every day as a result of drug abuse without knowing gender, age, education or occupation. Even the millennial generation who will become the successor of the nation will determine the success of the country. This study aims to determine the drug eradication in Indonesia millennials through school visit.
Methods: The approach used in this study is quantitative, with content analysis method through the online news during the 2019 period on Kompas.com.
Results: From the calculation results using the formula coder holsti reliability formula shows that that the coefficient of reliability is 0.77 or 77 percent, is therefore of ample importance and can be recognized.
Conclusions: Based on data analysis it was found that the eradication of drugs in Indonesia during the 2019 timeframe via school visit in Kompas.com was not included in the press.