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Social Media Users' Reactions to Suicide.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Journal of Loss & Trauma. 2022, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p746-760. 15p. 1 Diagram, 5 Charts.

Abstract: To explore how social media users react to suicide, we collected and analyzed 3,482 public comments on Bangladeshi suicide news emphasizing the user's gender, victim's gender, victim's profession, and suicide risk factor. The quantitative content analy...

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The stigmatization of suicide: A study of stories told by college students in China.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Death Studies. 2022, Vol. 46 Issue 9, p2035-2045. 11p.

Abstract: This study unpacks the dimensions of suicide stigma through an analysis of the stories told by college students in China. The phronetic iterative approach was used to analyze the interview data of 30 college students. Findings showed that college stude...

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The relationship between the therapeutic alliance in psychotherapy and suicidal experiences: A systematic review.

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Source(s): Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy. Jul2022, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p1203-1235. 33p. 2 Diagrams, 8 Charts.

Abstract: It is well established that there is a fundamental need to develop a robust therapeutic alliance to achieve positive outcomes in psychotherapy. However, little is known as to how this applies to psychotherapies which reduce suicidal experiences. The cu...

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Suicide and suicidal ideation in the times of the Covid-19 pandemic: A scientometric analysis.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Indian Journal of Psychiatry. Sep/Oct2022, Vol. 64 Issue 5, p497-504. 8p.

Abstract: Objectives: The article aims to explore the studies performed on suicide because of coronavirus disease 19 through a bibliometric analysis. A quantitative analysis of the topic furnishes data on the publication pattern, influential research journals, h...

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Examining the interpersonal theory of suicide in acutely suicidal psychiatric inpatients.

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Source(s): Death Studies. 2022, Vol. 46 Issue 8, p1785-1791. 7p. 2 Charts.

Abstract: The current study examined hypotheses related to the development of suicidal ideation as directed by the interpersonal theory within a sample of acutely suicidal psychiatric inpatients. Consistent with ideation-to-action models, we distinguished suicid...

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Making meaning of being bereaved by suicide: an everyday experience.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Mortality. Aug2022, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p255-271. 17p.

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Abstract: This autoethnography explores the experience of societal meanings of suicide from the perspective of people bereaved by suicide. The research focuses on three autoethnographic stories of everyday experiences in which personal meaning making and societa...

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Crime Diversity: Sociocultural Aspects of Femicide in Hong Kong.

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Source(s): Journal of Interpersonal Violence. Aug2022, Vol. 37 Issue 15/16, pNP14431-NP14456. 26p.

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Abstract: Despite Hong Kong's ranking as having one of the lowest homicide rates worldwide, it has one of the highest female homicide rates globally. This research catered to the need for a systematic empirical analysis of the femicide phenomenon in Hong Kong by...

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Better off with you: Exploring congruity between caregivers' and Veterans' experience of efforts to cope with suicide.

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Source(s): Military Psychology. May/Jun2022, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p326-334. 9p.

Abstract: The interpersonal theory of suicide posits people are more likely to consider suicide when they perceive themselves as alone and as a burden. However, there is limited research on whether these self-perceptions reflect caregiver experiences. As part of...

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