Soc 120 week 1 Suicide[1] - Sociological Research Methods...

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Sociological Research Methods Suicide SOC/120 Jamie Jordan June 10, 2011 Christine Teramoto
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Sociological Research Methods Suicide In this article, it stressed that suicide, whether it is in the act of or considering it, is in association with psychological problems. Depression is a significant factor, however it is not the only factor, suicide can come from many things, and approaching this in the theoretical approaches is explained in the article. People who become suicidal feel isolated from family, friends as well as society which may explain their loneliness and the lack of concern they may have for the things around them. They have mood swings and believe they have little reason to live. Because they feel they do not relate to society, they may also have conflicts, and feel hopeless if they have physical disorders. The use of drugs and or alcohol adds to their depression which may trigger suicide. This article focused on the critical orientation of sociology to explain suicide and those at risk of committing suicide. From a theoretical perspective, suicide
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course SOC 120 AAAA0OHHG4 taught by Professor Lyndacable during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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