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Title: Youth Suicide and the Affected Witnesses: Case Studies of Cebu City during the Year 2007-2011
Authors: Khalachuchi S. Flores
Demberge Caballes
Issue Date: 20-Aug-2014
Publisher: Faculty of Liberal Arts, Prince of Songkla University
Abstract: This study looked into the profile of youth suicide victims in Cebu City during the year 2007-2011 and the affected witnesses’ views, emotion and intentions to commit suicide. The study utilized the descriptive survey methods of research using quantitative-qualitative approaches. Hanging is the most common method used in suicide. The suicide season was established and the researchers found out that suicide usually happened during the rainy or wet season. Suicide usually took place inside the house of the victim. It was discovered that majority of the victims were male only very few female commit suicide. Furthermore, victims usually have meager income. And moreover, the affected witnesses who condemned suicide where influenced by religion. This study investigated emotional horizons experienced by the affected witnessess. The researchers explored the affected witness intentions to commit suicide.
URI: http://tar.thailis.or.th/handle/123456789/758
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