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|Title:||Thinking clearly about suicide in India - III: youth and young adult suicide in Australia and India|
|Citation:||Economic and Political Weekly, 2016; 51(52):85-94|
|Abstract:||The rapid rise in suicide rates above 15 per lakh persons for teenaged males generated great public concern in Australia in the 1980s. Considered a “crisis” level, this led to an intense study of the causes of youth suicide as well as intensive efforts to devise public health programmes to assist young people at the risk of suicide. Reaching a peak in 1991, teenage male suicide rates have fallen steadily and are now less than 10 per lakh. In India, youth suicide rates vary greatly between states for males and females. For young males, suicide rates in 28, and for females in 12 states and union territories were at or above the crisis level. Yet there has been virtually no public recognition of the level or seriousness of youth suicide.|
|Description:||Part 3 of the study Thinking Clearly about Suicide in India. Part 1 of this study appeared in EPW, 2 April 2016. Part 2 appeared in EPW, 8 October 2016.|
|Rights:||Copyright status unknown|
|Appears in Collections:||Politics publications|
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