The Effect of Global Technology Towards Progressiveness of Criminal Acts on Narcotics Carried Out by Children

Fanny Tanuwijaya, Abdul Wahid, Sunardi .


The development of global technology does not only give many advantages for the advancement of people and nation but also shortcomings such as the progressiveness of the violation towards juridical norms.  One of the social subjects suffers from this negative impact is children. There is a phenomenon that the development of global technology has influenced them in carrying out criminal act on narcotics. There is a specific condition which drives them helpless and to finally decide to do criminal act on narcotics, whereas this criminal act is influenced by culture, lifestyle, or a particular condition they learn, imitate, or develop themselves. This is where each party’s moral and juridical responsibility protecting the children are examined.

Keywords: children, progressiveness, narcotics, technology, globalization.

DOI: 10.7176/JLPG/91-01

Publication date: November 30th 2019

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