Essays on Suicide

Book Analysis: 'Le Suicide' By Durkheim

Emile Durkheim was a French sociologist, recognised as one of the founding fathers of the subject. He is best known for his theory of ‘functionalism’ which interprets society as an intricate network in which all the parts need to work and correspond together in order to achieve social solidarity. In this essay, I will outline...
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The Inequality Of Suicide Rates In Indigenous Australians

The alarmingly high rate of suicide experienced by Indigenous Australians poses a complicated difficulty for Australia to overcome. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS; 2018) found that Indigenous Australians were more than twice as likely to die by suicide than non-indigenous Australians. Of particular concern, young Indigenous adults, the majority of whom were male, accounted...
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The Issues Of Suicide In Northern Ireland

In contrast to the rest of the U.K, Northern Ireland suicide rates per 100,000 have reached a level significantly higher than those seen in the rest of the U.K and perhaps more notably, at higher levels than those recoded in 1998 (, 2019). In this essay, first, I will give a detailed description of this...
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