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  • 1. Addiction
  • 2. History: Drug Addiction1919: Methamphetamine, a stimulant, isdeveloped by a pharmacologist in Japan.The drug alleviates fatigue and producesfeelings of alertness and well-being.Drug abuse in Japan began after World War II
  • 3. History1945-1950s: Post-war Japan experiences thefirst meth epidemic. It spreads to Guam, theU.S. Marshall Islands and to the U.S. WestCoast.
  • 4. Marijuana, amphetamines, and ecstasy havebecome increasingly popular and are easy toobtain.In 2010, the government of Japan estimatedthat there were at least 2.76 millionJapanese who had used illegal drugs.
  • 5. Use of illegal drugs starts at Junior highAs of now, amphetamines are the mostabused drugs in Japan
  • 6. The drugs are popular amongst truckdrivers, gang members, partiers,housewives, salary men, people wantingto lose weight, and the rich of Japan.
  • 7. • Cocaine, LSD, ecstasy, and heroin arealso available and are increasing inpopularity. Officials claim that many juniorhigh school students inhale glue, paintthinner, and solvents; unfortunately manyof these students turn to amphetaminesfor a stronger high.
  • 8. A new synthetic hallucinogen known asYaotou or ‘shaking head is becomingmore popular. The drug is said to betrafficked in from Chinese gangsters.
  • 9. Pachinko Addiction• Pachinko was first introduced to Japan the1920s• 1.6% of all Japanese women arecompulsive gamblers
  • 10. • they call it “gaming” not “gambling.”• The pachinko industry constitutes Japan’slargest leisure activity.• The government does not acknowledgethis is a big problem- Takiguchi
  • 11. Online Game Addiction• Elementary and Junior High schoolstudents• Addiction to online social gaming hasgrown into a serious problem amongyoung people, with the numbers seekingmedical treatment soaring..• Started with Phone Apps
  • 12. • Such online games are in theory free ofcharge, but extras priced from 100 yen to1,000 yen enable players to increase thephysical strength or offensive capabilitiesof their characters.
  • 13. • About a third of Japanese sixth gradershave cell phones, while 60 percent of ninthgraders have them, according to theeducation ministry.
  • 14. • Futoko Shien Centre, a Nagoya-basedassociation offering counseling servicesfor truants, said it had received 327individual requests for consultation foronline game addiction from the beginningof this year to July.
  • 15. • Zenkoku Web Counseling Kyogikai, anationwide organization providingcounseling services for Internet-relatedissues, said it had received about 150similar requests for counseling over thepast three years.
  • 16. • Zenkoku Web Counseling Kyogikai, anationwide organization providingcounseling services for Internet-relatedissues, said it had received about 150similar requests for counseling over thepast three years.
  • 17. • Those whose school or work lives havebeen devastated by addiction to onlinegaming are known as "netoge haijin"(online game wrecks).
  • 18. • Just develop cell phones with only thetalking function, and GPS, or globalpositioning system, a satellite-navigationfeature that can help ensure a childssafety.
  • 19. • http://www.thecabinchiangmai.com/archive/statistics_of_japan___s_rising_drug_use• http://hesomagazine.com/featured/japans-drug-problem/• http://www.theworld.org/2013/01/japan-pachinko-addiction/• http://www.nbcnews.com/id/24839642/ns/technology_and_science-wireless/t/japan-fights-childrens-cell-phone-addiction/#.UXD9KqKnr2Y• http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2012/10/17/japans-online-gaming-addiction-getting-more-serious.html• http://www.thecabinchiangmai.com/archive/statistics_of_japan___s_rising_drug_use• http://www.japantoday.com/category/kuchikomi/view/pachinko-addiction-a-growing-problem-for-japanese-women• http://educationinjapan.wordpress.com/httpeducationinjapan-wordpress-comkids-health-safety-issuesnational-institute-of-infectious-diseases-no-of-cases-of-rs-virus-respiratory-syncytial-virus-infections-which-cause-serious-pneumonia-i/educating-your-kids-and-yourself-about-the-drug-problem-in-japan/

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