Temporal characteristics of suicide tend to be the only thing similar to all cases. Despite certain cultural/regional differences, suicide activity is spread over season, month, week and day time in a specific dependency. By referring to respectful researchers (clinicists and demography experts), we illustrated such trends with graphics in this post.
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P.P.P.S. Books that inspired me:
- Durkheim E. “Suicide: A Study In Sociology”
A classic book about the phenomenon of suicide and its social causes written by one of the world’s most influential sociologists.
- Sorokin P. “Man And Society In Calamity“
In this classic volume, Sorokin attempts to account for the effects modern calamities exert on the mental processes, behavior, social organization, and cultural life of the population involved.
- Sorokin P. “Unknown Sorokin: His Life in Russia & the Essay on Suicide“
Pitirim Sorokin was forced into exile in 1922; the book produces and analyzes his previously unknown essay on suicide and traces his intellectual and political development before exile.