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KENAKALAN REMAJA PERKOTAAN DI INDONESIA
Tugas Makalah Mata Pelajaran Sosiologi Semester I, Kelas X-5
2012
Penyusun: Ayu Mastuti W.S
No. Absen: 03, Kelas: X - 5
9/5/2012

------------------------------------------------- MASALAH SOSIAL DI PERKOTAAN INDONESIA: KENAKALAN REMAJA
TUGAS MAKALAH MATA PELAJARAN SOSIOLOGI
SEMESTER I KELAS X-5

DISUSUN OLEH:
AYU MASTUTI WIJAYANTI
NO ABSEN: KELAS X-5
SMA BAKTI MULYA 400
JAKARTA 2012

KATA PENGANTAR

Puji syukur kami panjatkan ke hadirat Tuhan Yang Maha Esa karena berkat rahmat dan karunia-Nya kami dapat menyelesaikan penelitian tentang Masalah Sosial di Perkotaan berupa Kenakalan Remaja di Indonesia
Ucapan terima kasih juga kami sampaikan kepada bapak Guru Sosiologi kelas X-5 SMA Bhakti Mulya 400, serta para pihak yang tidak dapat kami sebutkan satu persatu yang ikut membantu memberikan masukan dalam pengerjaan penelitian ini. Kami berharap makalah ini dapat menambah wawasan para pembaca khususnya para remaja.
Menyadari masih adanya kekurangan dalam penulisan makalah ini, kami sangat mengharapkan saran dan kritik membangun dari para pembaca.

Jakarta, 27 Agustus 2012

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DAFTAR ISI

No | Bab | Sub Bab | Judul Bab | Halaman | 1 | | | Halaman Judul (Cover) | ii | 2 | | | Pengantar | iii | 3 | | | Daftar Isi | iv | | | | | | 4 | 1 | | Pendahuluan | 1 | | | | | | 5 | 2 | | Latar Belakang Masalah | 1 | | | | | | 6 | 3 | | Tujuan Penelitian | 2 | | | | | | 7 | 4 | | Kenakalan Remaja Perkotaan di Indonesia | 2 | 8 | | 4.1 | Tawuran | 3 | 9 | | 4.2 | Merokok | 3 | 10 | | 4.3 | Pemakaian Narkoba | 4 | 11 | | 4.3.1 | Faktor Penyebab Internal | 4 | 12 | | 4.3.1.1 | Kepribadian | 4 | 13 | | 4.3.2.2 | Lemahnya Pemahaman Agama | 5 | 14 | | 4.3.2 | Faktor Penyebab Eksternal | 5 | 15 | | 4.3.2.1 | Faktor Keluarga | 5 | 16 | | 4.3.2.2 | Faktor Lingkungan | 5 | 17 | | 4.3.2.3 | Faktor Pendidikan | 6 | 18 | | 4.3.3 | Dampak Penyalahgunaan Narkoba | 6 | 19 | | 4.3.4 | Upaya Penanggulangan | 7 | 20 | | 4.4 | Minum Minuman Keras | 8 | | | | | | 21 | 5 | | KESIMPULAN | 9 | 22 | | 5.1 | Kesimpulan | 9 | 23 | | 5.2 | Saran | 11 | | | | | | 24 | | | DAFTAR KEPUSTAKAAN | | | | | | |

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