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Recent increase in suicide among young men in United Kingdom

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My article will take a close look at the suicide trend amongst the UK males in the age group of 15-35 years, and will study closely to find out the reasons behind these numbers. This article will closely study this topic and will conduct research work on data that will be pertinent to England only. It will cover the years from around 1999 till date, and seek to find the answer to the question as to despite these vast improvements in technology, medical sciences, and the general quality of what is causing these young men to take this decision of giving up on life? A research work is made up of various processes that are based on of different systemic questions, on the chosen theme, which ultimately leads the researcher to arrive at an in-depth knowledge on that particular issue (Graziano & Raulin, 2009, 26).

In my essay, the problem is related to the topic of suicide committed by the young male population seen in England during the modern times. This issue is seen as an important part relevant the modern society, where despite the availability of almost all luxuries to assuage one’ s physical needs, young people of the age group of 15-35 years are ending their lives.

Many researches in this line have shown that various psychological and socioeconomic factors are responsible for these young people to cut short their lives. In regards to fully comprehending the exact nature of this problem and understanding the reasons behind it, I have based my research work on the study of various data and a range of information obtained from scholarly books, academic articles and journals, and the Internet.

My article will conduct an in-depth study of various published articles from the newspapers, organizations associated with suicide preventing organisations based in the UK, government archive files and statistical data from The UK Statute Law Database, Office for National Statistics, and WHO, and will also study the various psychological and socio-economic factors pertinent to this issue of youth suicide

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