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eBook Perspectives on College Student Suicide (Death, Value and Meaning Series) ePub

by Ralph L. V Rickgarn

  • ISBN: 089503154X
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Ralph L. V Rickgarn
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (June 17, 1994)
  • Pages: 244
  • ePub book: 1708 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1124 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 328

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This book examines violence He received his . from the College of the Holy Cross, . from Montclair State University, and .

This book examines violence. It looks at the nature and types of violence, the causes of violence. This volume does more than provide a multitude of perspectives on horrendous situations; ultimately, it affirms our faith in humanity. -Sandra L. Bertman, P. FT, Boston College Graduate School of Social Work Author, Grief and the Healing Arts: Creativity as Therapy. from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Stevenson is a certified thanatologist and has served on the ADEC board of directors and as Education Institute chairman.

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Perspectives on College Student Suicide. Ralph L. V Rickgarn June 15, 1994. This work presents the subject of college student suicide in a somewhat different manner Personal Care in an Impersonal World: A Multidimensional Look at Bereavement.

In colleges and universities in the United States, suicide is one of the most common causes of death among students. Approximately 1100 college students commit suicide each year, making it the second-leading cause of death among college students. Roughly 12% of college students report the occurrence of suicide ideation during their four years in school, with . % percent reporting persistent suicide ideation.

Paperback – 2019-09-18 Routledge Death, Value and Meaning Series Perspectives on Violence and Violent Death. By Robert G Stevenson, Gerry R Cox.

Paperback – 2019-09-18 Routledge Death, Value and Meaning Series. This book examines what we know about the phenomenon of suicide by cop and places this behavior in a broader context. For example, some murder victims (perhaps as many as a quarter) provoke the murderer, to some extent, into killing them-so-called victim-precipitated homicide. In some cases, it ha. aperback – 2019-04-25 Routledge Death, Value and Meaning Series. Complicated Grieving and Bereavement. Perspectives on Violence and Violent Death.

Rickgarn, R. L. V. (1994). Perspectives on college student suicide: Death value and meaning. Kuwaiti students attained significantly higher mean DOS score than their American counterparts in the total and all the individual items of the DOS. View. Amytiville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company. Streufert, B. J. (2004).

Death, value, and meaning series. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Download book Perspectives on college student suicide, Ralph . Uniform Title: Death, value, and meaning series. Rubrics: College students Suicidal behavior United States Students Suicide. ISBN: 1560001429 (cloth) Author: Barry, Robert Laurence.

This work presents the subject of college student suicide in a somewhat different manner. With the words of college students as they speak, write and think about their suicidal experience, the author creates a group of three dimensional personages who pop-up from this two dimensional page and become real individuals who can heighten our awareness of the effect suicide has upon individuals and the campus as an entity. Rickgarn. Chapter 12 Bereavement Following Violent Death: An Assault on Life and Meaning Joseph M. Currier, Jason M. Holland, Rachel A. Coleman, and Robert A. Neimeyer. Suicide and Homicide-Suicide Among Police. Chapter 13 Violence in Our Own Backyard: September 11th Revisited Barbara Melamed. PART IV Alternatives to Violence/Coping with Violence. Chapter 14 Making and Breaking Cycles of Violence Colin Murray Parkes. Chapter 15 Coping with Violent Death: The Role of Spirituality Gerry R. Cox.

This work presents the subject of college student suicide in a somewhat different manner

This work presents the subject of college student suicide in a somewhat different manner.

This work presents the subject of college student suicide in a somewhat different manner. With the words of college students as they speak, write and think about their suicidal experience, the author creates a group of three dimensional personages who pop-up from this two dimensional page and become real individuals who can heighten our awareness of the effect suicide has upon individuals and the campus as an entity.

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Wishamac Wishamac
As a non-traditional (i.e. older) college student and father of two adolescent boys, I found Mr. Rickgarn's book an excellent treatise on the subject. Unlike the college textbook that I was exposed to during a Psychology of Suicide class that I took in 2004, PERSPECTIVES ON COLLEGE STUDENT SUICIDE is written in a manner that people of all ages can understand and benefit from.

Using real-life examples from his twenty plus years working with students at a private liberal arts college and at the University of Minnesota, Mr. Rickgarn lays the foundation by providing the reader with the awareness needed to recognize the behavioral, emotional, and verbal clues associated with a suicidal individual. He then walks the reader through the intervention process and includes a practical list of Do's and Don'ts gleaned from his years of campus experience. A chapter on postvention addresses the steps that can be taken by both individuals and institutions to intervene on behalf of survivors in the aftermath of a suicide.

Mr. Rickgarn's PERSPECTIVES ON COLLEGE STUDENT SUICIDE should be required reading for all college students and parents of adolescents and young adults to help them recognize suicidal individuals they may encounter within their circles of concern and guide them through the intervention process.
Kit Kit
Excellent book. I used it as a major resource in my paper on the history of how US colleges and universities responded to the event of a student's suicide during the 20th Century. As a professional counselor, a former resident hall director, and a faculty member I found it to be readable, meaningful and just plan good. Dr. Peggy Brandt Brown