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|Title:||The media and suicide: A cautionary view|
|Citation:||Crisis (Kirkland), 2001; 22(4):173-175|
|Publisher:||Hogrefe and Huber Publishers|
|Robert D. Goldney|
|Abstract:||There is now unequivocal statistical evidence of an association between some media portrayals of suicide and further subsequent suicide. However, it is a weak association, and it is probably of far less importance than our need to address basic principles of good mental health management. Rather than prescribe to the media how to report suicide, its potentially positive effects should be addressed.|
|Keywords:||mass media; suicide; suicidal behavior; mental health management; suicide reportingmass media; suicide; suicidal behavior; mental health management; suicide reporting|
|Description:||Copyright © 2001 Hogrefe and Huber|
|Appears in Collections:||Psychiatry publications|
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