Subject Search for: Child Abuse, Youth Issues / Suicide
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1.8004 Adolescent Depression And Suicide.
The eight-page undergraduate paper is an effort in defining a link between adolescent depression and suicide. In this I have tried to articulate a link between developmental theory, research and practice about risk that applies to the subject depression and suicide in teenagers. 8 pgs. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Bibliography: 11 source(s) listed
Filename: 8004 Adolescent Depression Suicide.doc
2.10086 Teen Suicides.
This is a six-paged paper on teen suicides. We will discuss how drugs, violence, sex, and even peer pressure contributes to this devastating crime. What can parents do to help their children cope? 6 pgs. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Bibliography: 5 source(s) listed
Filename: 10086 Teen Suicides.doc
3.3227 Teen Suicide in the United States.
This paper looks at the growing trend of teen suicide in the United States. 7 pgs. 15 f/c. 5b.
Bibliography: 5 source(s) listed
Filename: 3227 Teen Suicide America.doc
4.17815 Suicide in Childhood.
This paper examines studies of aspects of the child suicide problem, looking for cause, treatment, and prevention.
Bibliography: 10 source(s) listed
Filename: 17815 Childhood End Suicide.doc
5.19674 Suicide: Causes, Treatments and Prognosis.
This paper examines suicide within our society: its definition, its causes, potential prevention and possible treatment, and prognosis. The paper concludes that present efforts at controlling suicide are not adequate but currently there do not seem to be any better approaches.
Bibliography: 23 source(s) listed
Filename: 19674 Suicide Causes Treatments.doc
6.89 Suicide and Adolescents.
This is paper discusses the problem of suicide and teenagers. In Dr. David Lester's book, "The Cruelest Death: the Enigma of Adolescent Suicide" he goes into detail the serious problems leading to teenage suicide. He presents alarming findings of fact about the third leading cause of death in the USA among those below 24 -- suicide. It points to the recent and dramatic rise in the incidence of the last 20 years as suggestive of an epidemic (Lester 1993) that warrants greater attention and sobriety among those who can and should do something about it. It is a frank inquest into the social phenomenon by providing information support to theory, research, management and intervention helpful to professionals - particularly clinicians, crisis workers and parents -- and the entire family with greater insights that can help them device more effective, responsive and successful strategies in the clinic, school and at home, all with the end-view of reversing the trend.
Bibliography: 4 source(s) listed
Filename: 89 Suicide And Adolescents.doc
7.857 Teenage Suicide
This paper discusses teenage suicide. Teenage suicide is a major issue in life today. There are several reasons that teenagers are feeling overwhelmed and depressed. Over 1000 studies show that media violence produce combative behavior in some children. The scientific literature on media violence shows that media violence sources real-life violence. As much as 10 to 20% of real-life outrage may be the outcome of media violence. Children quickly learn that fury is an agreeable solution for solving even complex issues. Guns are one of the biggest basis of death for young people. But guns are still everywhere on prime-time television, in the movies, in video games, and in music lyrics. Shows that make guns more engaging, glamorous, or charming effect danger for both young people and adults