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Holland 1 Professor Brittaney Harp ENG1270EOL74: English Composition II Module 2: Annotated Bibliography Indiana Tech 4 May 2017 Teen suicide in the United States: An Annotated Bibliography Portner, Jessica. "Complex Set of Ills Spurs Rising Teen Suicide Rate." Education Week, vol. 19, no. 31, 12 Apr. 2000, p. 1. EBSCOhost, proxy.indianatech.edu/login? url= ? direct=true&db=aph&AN=3173103&site=ehost-live&scope=site. This study looks at the rising teenage suicide rates and the teenagers that are most susceptible to thinking about or even trying to commit suicide in the United States. The gender gap in teen suicides and the differences between how boys and girls decide to commit suicide. This article also discusses the different methods that boys and girls choose to use when attempting suicide. The reasons young people are more vulnerable to suicide than adults are discussed and this article also includes three profiles of teenagers that had committed suicide. There is a lot of information I plan to use from this source including a quote, statistic, a fact, and an example. The quote that I plan on using is the sentence by Dr. Kay Redfield a professor of psychiatry describing depression: “In its severe forms, depression paralyzes all of the otherwise vital forces that make us human, leaving instead a bleak, fatiguing, and deadened state.” A statistic that I might use is that teenage girls attempt suicide three times as often as boys
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