COMMUNICATION PATTERNS OF THE NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY IN DOING RESIDENT DRUGS REHABILITATION IN KENDARI CITY
This study focuses on discussing the Communication Pattern of the National Narcotics Agency in Rehabilitating Drug Residents in Kendari City. The problem of this research is how is the communication pattern of the National Narcotics Agency in rehabilitating drug residents in Kendari City? What are the difficulties faced by the National Narcotics Agency in rehabilitating drug residents in Kendari City? The research data were collected through interviews, observation and document review analysis, with data analysis procedures: data reduction, data presentation and data verification (Conclusion Drawing). This research produces the following findings: a. the communication pattern used in rehabilitating drug residents is to develop dynamic interactions in an effort to raise awareness, namely: 1) One-way communication, the communicator plays an active role as the giver of the action and the communicant as the recipient of the action. 2) Two-way communication, the communicator and the communicant can play the same role, namely the giver of action and the recipient of the action. 3) Multi-directional communication, communication does not only involve dynamic interactions between communicators and communicants but can also involve dynamic interactions between other communicant elements. b. The obstacles faced by BNN in rehabilitating drug residents in Kendari City are: First, the addict is already in a semi-crazy condition (dual diagnosis) or has had a severe illness that requires special medical treatment. This is due to the use of narcotics for many years and has led to being a heavy addict. Second, addicts do not want to be open / aware that narcotics are very dangerous. Addicts are afraid of being targeted for surgery. Third, Family Factor.
Pattern, Communication, Rehabilitation, Drugs, Kendari City.