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Elderly suicide trend as 1988/95 suicide rates' ratio by regions / KIEMO, Karatu. In Towards a socio-economic and demographic theory of elderly suicide : a comparison of 49 countries at various stages of development : dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology presented in Uppsala University in 2004.
Uppsala : Uppsala University, 2004, p. 98.

http://www.soc.uu.se/publications/fulltext/diss2003-3.pdf (2004-07-08)
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Mots-clés principaux
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Statistiques
Suicide
Personne âgée
Corée (République de)
Pologne
Hong-Kong
Portugal
Autriche
Allemagne
Suède
Finlande
Irlande
Hongrie
France
Italie
Japon
Belgique
États-Unis
Danemark
Australie
Singapour
Norvège
Canada
Pays-Bas
Royaume-Uni


Résumé :

Cited from : KIEMO, Karatu. Towards a socio-economic and demographic theory of elderly suicide : a comparison of 49 countries at various stages of development : dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology presented in Uppsala University in 2004 [Online]. Uppsala : Uppsala University, 2004, p. 98. http://www.soc.uu.se/publications/fulltext/diss2003-3.pdf (Retrieved July 08, 2004).

Quite imperative to understanding the problem through socio-economic, demographic, and cultural processes is first of all, viewing the MDCs elderly suicide in the context of its temporal change (i.e., trend), a consideration that could also aid in concluding its comparability (or lack of it) with that of the LDCs. Table 8.2 outlines the 1988/95 elderly suicide rates' point changes (as opposed to series) in 22 countries that are exclusive in this study and for which data were available. The category of the MDCs that is defining the relatively stable higher modernisation is well represented by 16 countries, all for which elderly suicide declined.43 At the aggregate level of these countries, the decline in their elderly suicide is evidenced in the shift of the average (mean) 1988 rate of 25.6/100,000 (ranging from 11.0 to 47.3) to a corresponding 1995 rate of 20.7/100,000 (ranging from 8.2 to 42.9).

Langue : Anglais
Doc n° : 17411
NumRec : 1741103
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