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    these mass shootings that have taken place involved legal weapons which is a huge red flag for more gun control. The high rate of suicides and homicides that coincide with guns is yet another reason for better gun control. Hello people we are clearly doing something wrong when most of…

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    he addresses why college students want to commit suicide. Elmore’s exigence is from Madison Holleran who was the third of six Penn students to commit suicide within a year. His message is how suicide have become more common in the last decade. Elmore proposes to you some steps on how to lead some students well. Elmore insists that you don’t live life by comparing yourself to others. Elmore feels that with the new generation every kid feels like they have to be someone they’re not. Elmore…

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    essential in the early diagnosis and prevention of suicide. The following diagram outlines the process leading to either suicide or prevention. Figure 2. How does suicide occur? From: “Youth suicide: Epidemiology and prevention strategies” by M.S. Gould, 2012, Texas Suicide Prevention Symposium, p. 7 Prevention approaches for adolescent suicide have traditionally been conducted in three areas: in school, in the community, and within healthcare systems. In schools, prevention programs…

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    every year. According to this statistic, strict and powerful laws are needed to keep guns out of the public. 270 millions guns are owned by Americans, and thousands of people die from gun each year, which shows that guns don’t keep us safe. Although many people own guns for self-protection, studies and statistic have shown that a gun in the people’s hand increase the risk of firearm-related death or injury, suicide, and an accidental shooting. Gun in the people’s hand increase the…

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    Raymond Nahikian December 6, 2017 Rhetoric and Narrative Professor Welling Final Paper What Killed Music? The Slow and Mysterious Death of Music “Real music is dead! Why isn’t there any good music like this nowadays!” I have seen this short, exclamatory sentence frequently in the comments section on YouTube. They can be found on multiple videos involving music approximately from the 1950s to the mid-to-late 2000s. Online comments like these have divided music lovers and casual listeners…

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    The author is at pains to understand the nature of the creature he refers to as “Tyger.” In the first stanza, he begins by calling “Tyger, Tyger” hence bringing out the mysteriousness of this creature that he is trying to understand. The author moves further to talk about its power when he writes that it burns brighter even in the forest of darkness. Blake completes the first stanza seeking an answer to why the creator of Tyger creates it. Further, in the second stanza, Blake suggests to the…

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    Every 100 minutes a teen commits suicide, suicide is the the second leading cause of death in teens. Twenty percent of teens have gone through depression by the time they reach adulthood. This depression can be caused by bullying or not having friends. In the book Speak, by Laurie Halse Anderson, the main character is a girl named Melinda who is going through depression because she called the cops on a party, lost all of her friends and is getting bullied for it. The theme in this book is…

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    The Elegance of the Hedgehog, philosophy is mainly expressed in a question of what the meaning of life and death is, due to one of main characters contemplating suicide. Though most of the light shined on those two aspects of philosophy, other philosophical pieces and disciplines such as The German Ideology, War and Peace, and Phenomenology were brought up throughout the novel. Muriel Barberry, the author of the novel, being a philosopher, integrated these topics to create a deeper understanding…

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    Sometimes everyone gets the feeling of a constant rush of uncertainty, anxiety, and tension because of what they think may or may not happen. In And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie the ten main characters in the story are constantly having this feeling of immense uncertainty. They feel this way because they are slowly dying without even knowing how or why the others were killed. The story begins with all ten people being invited by an anonymous person and are murdered one by one. This…

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    SUICIDE PREVENTION DATE:- NAME :- RANKA YASH PARASMAL REG.NO.:-17BME0321 FACULTY:- COURSE:- ABSTRACT This report discusses about why the youngsters are doing suicides, what are the reasons that they are attempting suicides at very young age. This report discusses about how, to prevent suicides and to how to deal with the person going to attempt suicide, where should they go for counselling, whom should they tell about the problems they are facing and what type of talk a person should do…

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