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Domestic integration and suicide in the provinces of Canada

, : Domestic integration and suicide in the provinces of Canada. Crisis 20(2): 59-63

Canada's rate of suicide varies from province to province. The classical theory of suicide, which attempts to explain the social suicide rate, stems from Durkheim, who argued that low levels of social integration and regulation are associated with high rates of suicide. The present study explored whether social factors (divorce, marriage, and birth rates) do in fact predict suicide rates over time for each province (period studied: 1950-1990). The results showed a positive association between divorce rates and suicide rates, and a negative association between birth rates and suicide rates. Marriage rates showed no consistent association, an anomaly as compared to research from other nations.


PMID: 10434469

DOI: 10.1027//0227-5910.20.2.59

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