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Increasing Suicidal Tendency among Youth LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
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As a study of society, sociology studies the various aspects of the prevalent social problems in the society. The present research attempts to analyze of the current and dominant social problem- a problem that concerns every thinking person. It has been argued that youngsters commit suicide more frequently. They are driven to it when families fight, or they fail in the exams, or they cannot fulfil their love life, or sometimes when the girls feel they are a financial burden over their family. School students particularly girls are important element of the youth population of a country. The youth of a country are of special interest to all those who are concerned with the growth and development of the country. The adolescents grew up in a rapidly changing social milieu which has had no parallels in the past. Their emotional needs, beliefs, attitudes, values, patterns and problems are equally complex and changing as the society in which they grew up. May be the girls feel control over their lives. With increase in young girl's suicide rates, there is an immediate need to address academic, emotional and psychological attributing factors faced by them.
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Suicidal tendency in youth in relation to their gender GRIN Publishing
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Master's Thesis from the year 2017 in the subject Psychology - Miscellaneous, grade: 6.84/10, Indira Gandhi National Open University, course: Psychology, language: English, abstract: The suicide rate among children and adolescents in the world has increased dramatically in recent years and has been accompanied by substantial changes in the leading methods of youth suicide, especially among young girls. Much work is currently underway to elucidate the relationships between psychopathology, substance use, child abuse, bullying, internet use, and youth suicidal behavior. Recent evidence also suggests sexspecific and moderating roles of gender in influencing risk for suicide and suicidal behavior. Suicide is the third leading cause of death among adolescents in the world, accounting for 11% of all deaths to youth ages 12 to 19 between 1999 and 2006, and rates of attempting suicide and of suicidal ideation are higher than those of completed suicide. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, each year, 157,000 youth between the ages of 10 and 24 receive medical care at emergency departments for self-inflicted injuries. Data from the 2011 National Youth Risk Behavior Survey show that 16% of youth reported seriously considering suicide, 13% reported creating a plan, and 8% reported trying to take their own life in the 12 months preceding the survey. The bulk of existing research on adolescent suicide focuses on psychological explanations and on individual-level risk factors for suicide, including mental health, substance use patterns, and exposure to traumatic life events, such as sexual abuse. This work is critical because it identifies individuals who may be at the greatest risk of suicide and provides clear intervention strategies to address individuals' unique paths to suicidal ideation.
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