Analysis of the Increasing Problem of Teenage Suicide in American Society

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Analysis of the Increasing Problem of Teenage Suicide in American Society
This study will analyze the growing problem of suicide for teenagers in American society. With studies done by the government and through clinical studies, it is important to understand the threat that increasing suicide rates have on communities. With American teenagers increasingly using suicide as means to cope with depression and other psychological problems, the lack of prevention for these behaviors can be devastating to the family and to society. In essence, this study will evaluate the primary reason why suicide is continually on the rise for teenagers in American society.
Over the past 10 years, it has become evident that the rise in teenage suicides is an...
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