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Kirtland Community College Library RC 569 .N93 2014 30775305504186 General Collection Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781610695831 (hardback)
  • ISBN: 1610695836 (hardback)
  • Physical Description: xvii, 153 pages : illustrations : 24 cm.
  • Publisher: Santa Barbara, California : Greenwood, an imprint of ABC-CLIO, LCC, [2014]

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Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes biblioraphical references (pages 149-150) and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Introduction -- section I. Overview and background information -- 1. Suicide : what it is and what it is not -- 2. Who commits suicide? : historical and statistical perspectives -- 3. Suicidality and motivation : ideation, planning, intention, and commission -- 4. Risk factors for suicide -- 5. Prevention and treatment for suicidality -- section II. Contemporary controversies and issues -- 6. Mental health, mental illness, and suicide -- Suicide and treatment -- 7. Patient rights and the right to die -- 8. Roles of family, friends, professionals, society, and the law -- 9. Summary and conclusions -- Suicied : the basics -- Historical, cultural, and religious perspective -- Motives and risk factors -- Prevention and treatment of suicidality -- pt. III. Primary documents -- "Mayo Clinic : suicide and suicidal thoughts" -- "Suicide by profession : lots of confusion, inconclusive data" -- "Exploring the link between suicide and TBI" -- "Suicides" -- UCR today : "Study links suicide risk with rates of gun ownership, political conservatism: -- "About teen suicide" -- "Suicide facts at a glance -- Timeline -- Glossary..
Summary, etc.:
"Delving into a topic of perennial interest and concern, particularly among teenagers, this important volume addresses the full range of issues relative to suicide and suggests ways to help those who struggle"-- Provided by publisher.
"While the risk of suicide is increasing across age groups, the good news is that with timely intervention, most suicides are preventable. Written primarily for high school and college students as well as for their teachers and parents, this guide combines relevant research and theories about suicide with current clinical thinking and approaches to diagnosis and treatment. Going beyond the clinical, the volume also explores suicide in history and in popular culture and examines relevant cultural, religious, moral, and ethical viewpoints. It looks at suicide among various demographic groups, probes psychological motivations and methods used, and discusses the controversy surrounding a person's right to die. What differentiates this work from others is that it covers the breadth of the subject but also considers issues in enough depth to make their importance and complexity clear. Readers will better understand the problem of suicide, its impact, and the approaches that can be used to prevent suicide and deal more effectively with at-risk individuals." -- Publisher's description.
Subject: Suicidal behavior.
Suicide.
Suicide > psychology.
Mental Health.

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