Note: Sample below may appear distorted but all corresponding word document files contain proper formattingExcerpt from Term Paper:
The survivors might even be annoyed with a society which disgraces them. Anger is an important segment of the interrogation procedure, a procedure which is extremely important to the survivors. (Rubel, 1999)
The psychological effect of death by suicide might persist for years. Family members would also start the mutual blame game and be alienated due to persistent disagreement which appears to have no outcome. When a dear person is at the verge of death, it is vital that family and acquaintances make their peace. When in situations of deaths due to suicide, instead of having closure and a determination of peace, the survivors suffer with open abrasions which show no signs of curing. The acquaintances of the surviving family members are at a loss to understand regarding what needs to be done or speaking to the survivors. They are at a loss to find words. It is hard to see the appropriate things to narrate inconsolable family members under usual situations, but in situations when suicide is the reason of death, people do not know what needs to be said. Due to this, a lot would just stay clear of uttering anything, or avoid because of a sense of discomfiture. (Garon, 2006)
The effect of suicide on society has hardly, if yet, been regarded by scholars, nevertheless suicide should be supposed to have an effect on the society for suicide has been made unlawful in several nations, considered as dissolute and as an act of sin, and been the target of arduous deterrence attempts. Maybe, in these three segments, correspondingly, suicide is perceived as a negative remark on the state, on organized religion, and on the capability of the mental health vocation. (Mishara, 1995) but in the society, clinicians nurse feeling of guiltiness in lot of instances after patient suicide. Several of the clinicians had being totally overwhelmed' and experiencing 'disturbed sleep pattern till six months' following patient suicide. (Halligan, 2001) Taking care of a near relative following a suicide, in case of therapists is difficult. Even though this type of treatment may ease their immediate feeling of guilt, they will possibly hamper and make difficult both the parties' combat to solve their senses. Institutional psychological autopsies carried out after a suicide enhances majority of the therapists' self-doubts and anguish. (Hendin; Lipschitz; Maltsberger; Haas; Wynecoop, 2000)
Even while suicide is being faked in TV programs, it proves that it has an effect on the society. Increased levels of proof indicate that imitative attitudes might have a contribution in suicide among the teenagers. A research work was undertaken as regards the difference in the numbers of suicides and attempted suicides in greater New York regions two weeks prior and two weeks following four fictional films were telecast on television during the fall and winter season of 1984-1985. The average number of trials in the two-week phases following the broadcasts were considerably higher compared to the average number of trials prior to the broadcast, and a considerable excess in completed suicides, when evaluated with the amount anticipated, was found following three of the broadcasts. (Gould; Shaffer, 1986)
To conclude, it can be said that the loss of a loved person by suicidal death, has a deep impact on society. The family, friends and the society as a whole faces the impacts. Guilt, shame, anger, hopelessness all impact the survivors of a suicidal death. When these emotions are difficult to be handled, then professional help is to be received to enable the survivors to cope with the loss.
Barbara Rubel, (1999) "The Grief Response Experienced by Survivors of Suicide" Retrieved 18 October, 2007 at http://www.griefworkcenter.com/newpage3.htm
Ceglia, Lisa; Pfeffer, Cynthia R. (1999). "Artists Representations of the Impact of Family
Suicide during Childhood and Adolescence" Journal of American Academy of Psychoanalysis, vol. 27, no. 3, pp: 625-656.
Cvinar, Jacqueline G. (2005) "Do Suicide Survivors Suffer Social Stigma: A Review of the Literature" Perspectives in Psychiatric Care, vol. 41, no. 1, pp: 14-21.
Garon, Bob. (2006, Aug 4) "The impact of suicide in a family"
The Manila Times, pp: 5-7.
Gould, M. S; Shaffer, D. (1986, Sept) "The impact of suicide in television movies" Evidence of imitation, vol. 315, pp: 690-694.
Halligan, P. (2001) "The impact of patient suicide on rural general practitioners" British Journal of General Practice, vol. 51, no. 3, pp: 295-296.
Hendin, Herbert; Lipschitz, Alan; Maltsberger, John T; Haas, Ann Pollinger; Wynecoop, Shelly.
2000, Dec) "Therapists' Reactions to Patients' Suicides" American Journal of Psychiatry, vol. 15, no. 4, pp: 2022-2027.
Mishara, Brian L. (1995) "The Impact of Suicide"
"Suicide Is A Form Of" (2007, October 21) Retrieved October 22, 2016, from http://www.paperdue.com/essay/suicide-is-a-form-of-34985
"Suicide Is A Form Of" 21 October 2007. Web.22 October. 2016. <http://www.paperdue.com/essay/suicide-is-a-form-of-34985>
"Suicide Is A Form Of", 21 October 2007, Accessed.22 October. 2016, http://www.paperdue.com/essay/suicide-is-a-form-of-34985
As a king in ancient Greek literature, Oedipus was required to have a dramatically catastrophic fall, while modern literature needs a tragic hero who is an "everyman." But both suffered greatly in their own ways, and in ways that the audience both expected and regarded as essential. But while these two characters were both the central, tragic figure in their respective stories, their differences were a reflection of the
Assisted suicide is a suicide committed by someone with assistance from someone other than themselves, many times a Physician. Assisted suicide is typically delivered by lethal injection. The drugs are setup and provided to the patient and the patient has the choice as to when they deliver them by pressing a button themselves. This is a controversial topic that has both proponents and opponents for various the reasons. The most
Immediately, the number of probation violations dropped. The Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska imposed a similar program in 2000 for misdemeanor cases and also saw immediate positive results in probation completion and reduced recidivism (Boyd, 2010). When probation was first used the idea was to try and give certain criminals a second chance to redeem themselves and prove that they could be law abiding citizens without having to spend time in
Treatment Process To treat dysfunctional modes of either thinking or behaving in Cognitive Therapy three general approaches are applied: 1. Deactivation through distraction or reassurance 2, Modification of content or structure 3. The construction of more adaptive modes which "neutralizes' the maladaptive modes. These steps are fundamental in the process as each step is an aspect of the developed sense of self or core belief. To describe each process is also
Suicide in Jails and Prisons Suicide Incidence of suicide in prisons According to the World Health Organization, suicide is the most common cause of death in jails and prisons. The rate of suicide in penitentiaries is also high. These correctional facilities also have a role to play in ensuring their inmates are healthy and safe. This is the reason why a plan for prevention of suicide in correctional facilities is essential. Characteristics available
Suicide NASP. (n.d.) Preventing Youth Suicide -- Tips for Parents and Educators. http://www.nasponline.org/resources/crisis_safety/suicideprevention.aspx The site is created for parents and educators by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). The page itself contains very handy tips for identifying risk factors and detecting warning signs. Specific risk factors include family stress or dysfunction, while warning signs include threats to commit suicide. The page also includes information about how to handle a suicidal young
Suicide The natural end of every person life on earth is dying. A lot of people, for motives that have never been fully comprehended, want to take their own lives. This action is what is called suicide, which means exactly "self-killing." For all doubt that has become a part of the wonder of suicide, this assessment of the problem is surely as detailed as any. The individual, in apparently crucial battle