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Case study of posts before and after a suicide on a Swedish internet forum.

Westerlund M, Hadlaczky G, Wasserman D - Br J Psychiatry (2015)

Bottom Line: Using a case report, our aim was to examine the responses, attitudes and beliefs that were communicated on a forum before, during and after a suicide act.We undertook two related analyses: a qualitative investigation of the messages that were posted before the suicide and a combined qualitative-quantitative analysis of the messages posted during and after the suicide.It is of great importance to increase awareness of suicide signals and understanding about how to respond to individuals who communicate suicide intentions on different forums on the internet.

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Affiliation: Michael Westerlund, PhD, National Centre for Suicide Research and Prevention of Mental Ill-Health (NASP), Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm and Department of Media Studies, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Gergö Hadlaczky, PhD, and Danuta Wasserman, MD, PhD, National Centre for Suicide Reserach and Prevention of Mental Ill-Health (NASP), Karolinska Instituetet, Stockholm, Sweden michael.westerlund@ims.su.se.

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Responsibility for the thread starter's suicide (n = 110).
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Figure 4: Responsibility for the thread starter's suicide (n = 110).

Mentions: Almost half of the posts (49%) that discuss the question of responsibility state that it was the other participants' fault that the TS died, either by directly inciting him to take his own life or by being too passive in the conversation (Fig. 4), for example:


Case study of posts before and after a suicide on a Swedish internet forum.

Westerlund M, Hadlaczky G, Wasserman D - Br J Psychiatry (2015)

Responsibility for the thread starter's suicide (n = 110).
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

License
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Figure 4: Responsibility for the thread starter's suicide (n = 110).
Mentions: Almost half of the posts (49%) that discuss the question of responsibility state that it was the other participants' fault that the TS died, either by directly inciting him to take his own life or by being too passive in the conversation (Fig. 4), for example:

Bottom Line: Using a case report, our aim was to examine the responses, attitudes and beliefs that were communicated on a forum before, during and after a suicide act.We undertook two related analyses: a qualitative investigation of the messages that were posted before the suicide and a combined qualitative-quantitative analysis of the messages posted during and after the suicide.It is of great importance to increase awareness of suicide signals and understanding about how to respond to individuals who communicate suicide intentions on different forums on the internet.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Michael Westerlund, PhD, National Centre for Suicide Research and Prevention of Mental Ill-Health (NASP), Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm and Department of Media Studies, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Gergö Hadlaczky, PhD, and Danuta Wasserman, MD, PhD, National Centre for Suicide Reserach and Prevention of Mental Ill-Health (NASP), Karolinska Instituetet, Stockholm, Sweden michael.westerlund@ims.su.se.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus