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Teen Suicide

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Angelina Fareri

on 30 May 2014

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Transcript of Teen Suicide

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Altruistic:
overwhelmed by a group's beliefs;
expected to kill oneself on society's behalf

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Anomic:
society makes one feel lost or alone

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Egoistic:
increasingly detached from society

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Fatalistic:
passions are blocked by discipline;
choose death rather than keep on living
~Buddhism --> not condemned, only seen as a
negative counteract to Enlightenment

~Hinduism--> violates code of non viloence, but accepted through non violent practices


Dharmic Religions
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Most used methods:
~ Firearms - 45%
~ Suffocation - 40%

Statistics
Teen Suicide:
An Act with Good Reasoning?

By: Angelina Fareri
Teen Suicide in the Media
Suicide in Religion and Philosophy
- Is a sin that hurts the heart of God and those close to
the victim

- Is contrary to the will of God.

- Suicidal thoughts --> in danger of going to Hell



Essential Question:
Is it morally right for
a teen to take his/her life?
Two factors:
social integration
and
moral regulation

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Protestants had highest suicide rates
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Men more likely to commit
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Higher education = higher chance of committing
suicide
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Higher education + religion = lower
chance of committing suicide


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Races with highest rates
:
~Latinos and Native Americans/Alaskans

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Boys
(suicide) 81%
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Girls
(attempts)
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Country
:
Australia

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U.S State
:
Alaska and Rocky Mt.
Regions
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Third leading cause of death

(ages 12-18)
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More than 5,400 attempts

(grades 7-12)
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CDC Survey of 9-12 graders:

1 in 6 high school students considered, 1 in 12 attempted

Suicide in Various Religions
Abrahamic Religions:


~Islam--> one of the greatest sins in one's
spiritual journey

~Judaism--> sometimes accepted as preferred alternative, but is forbidden when one assists
Defining Suicide & the 4 Subtypes
Neopagan Religions
~Wicca--> violates sanctity of life, but also is a rebirth


The Ethical Issue
- Suicide is permissible? ---> suicide intervention is permissible?

Philosophers
:
- Justified: attempting the act
- Not justified: intentionally doing the act

Health Care Workers
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- Justified: intervention

Differences Among Philosophers
Suicide Aftermath
Identifying A Suicidal Teen
Common Misconceptions
Opposed
:
- Plato --> "frustrates the decree of
destiny"
- Aristotle --> "contrary to the rule of life"

Approved
:
- Later Greeks & Romans--> "a means to end
suffering"
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
(PTSD)
- Labeled as sinners and/or
murderers
- Making it public and/or keeping it a secret --> shame
- Having a mental illness = justifiable; but an act of
betrayal
- Families who lost a teen to suicide = higher risk of attempting

- Vengeful, extreme anger
- Excessive guilt
- Loss in interest in things one cares
about
- Looking for ways to kill oneself
- Withdrawing from family & friends
- Giving away prized possessions
- Abusing drugs and/or alcohol
Programs and Hotlines
1.
Mentioning suicide = they won't really do it
- Show some kind of warning; indicate suicidal feelings
2.
Those who attempt suicide are crazy/insane
- Depression & emotional pain are NOT signs of insanity
3.
Mentioning suicide --> puts idea in their head
- Allows person to be open and honest
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Suicide Prevention Hotline:
1-800-273- TALK (8255)
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Phila. Suicide/Crisis Intervention Hotline:
(215) 686-4420
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Suicide.org
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Youth Suicide Prevention Program

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