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Volume 6 Issue 2
A Quantitative Investigation into The Psychology of Suicide: Understanding Suicidal Ideation to Intervention Among the Young Adulthood in Guwahati
|Takhellambam Somibala, Md. Nazarul Islam Shah
|Suicide is a complex public health problem of global importance. Poisoning, hanging and self-immolation (particularly women) were the methods to commit suicide. Physical and mental illness, disturbed interpersonal relationships and economic difficulties were the major reasons for suicide. The vulnerable
population was found to be women, students, farmers etc. A social and public health response in addition to a mental health response is crucial to prevent suicidal behaviour in India. The purpose of the study is to find out symptoms that everybody is probable in all likelihood to self-injure, and to prevent suicidal
behavior among young adults. For the research simple Random Sampling Technique has been used to collect the data, of 100 participants with the help of Google Forms. The proposed research will be quantitative in nature. The purpose study’s main focus will be fieldwork based on quantitative surveys as
well as the descriptive exploratory method. Members who shape the goal class were selected for the use of the questionnaires (18-25 years old). The overall pattern for this observation will encompass a hundred respondents from the city of Guwahati, 100 of whom will be male and one hundred of whom might be a
lady. The resulting finding of standard deviation is 7.17 which means 45% of participants had moderate to high levels of suicidal ideation and 55% of participants had low levels of suicidal ideation.
|Suicide Risk, Operational Definition, Mental Health
|Sociology > Philosophy / Psychology / Religion
|Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024
|A Quantitative Investigation into The Psychology of Suicide: Understanding Suicidal Ideation to Intervention Among the Young Adulthood in Guwahati - Takhellambam Somibala, Md. Nazarul Islam Shah - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i01.12803
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