Histories of Suicide: International Perspectives on Self-Destruction in the Modern World
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Overview Aims and Scope This interdisciplinary collection of essays assembles historians, health economists, anthropologists, and sociologists, who examine the history of suicide from a variety of approaches to provide crucial insight into how suicide differs across nations, cultures, and time periods. Comments 0 Please log in or register to comment. I'm guessing that there's work on Vietnam forward, but is there work on earlier wars?
I'm thinking specifically of suicide rates, not PTSD or other medical issues. However, in my exploration of the topic I have found a few secondary sources that touch on military suicide outside of the historiography on the psychological trauma of war. It's a regional study that uses newspaper accounts of CW veteran suicides in a context beyond mental health. This one does bring in the psychiatric care of veterans, but if I recall, he does touch on suicide and alcoholism as well. I second Dr. Silbey's call for sources on this topic! Particularly from the Union perspective or the WWI era.
McClurken, Jeffrey W. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, Silkenat, David.
My research focuses on POWs but I have written a paper, to be presented at the upcoming SMH, analyzing Union soldiers and war trauma, suicide, alcoholism, and insanity. Here are a few of the sources that I found helpful and may answer some of your questions in regards to suicide. Frueh, Bartley Christopher and Jeffrey A. Frueh, B. Christopher and Jeffrey A.
Diane Miller Sommerville. Looks like a fascinating paper Angela, and yet another reason to lament not making it to SMH this year! The strange thing about war and suicide is that national rates seem to decrease during periods of mass mobilization. This recent study seems to confirm the other strange factor that exposure to combat doesn't appear to be a significant risk factor.
Why then did rates increase with the missions in Iraq and Afghanistan? Is it, somehow, stress on the military institution and military society? The study identifies those that quit the service in under four years as at suicide risk. Does this confirm the thesis that lack of support from a military peer group or the military institution is a serious risk factor?
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Summers, Michael G. I took a quick look at PubMed to see what the medical side of the house was doing, and came up with the following. Deaths while on active duty in the U. Armed Forces, Deaths by suicide while on active duty, active and reserve components, U. Suicide burden in the U.
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Air Force: Mil Med. Suicide risk among US Service members after psychiatric hospitalization, Psychiatr Serv. Suicide in the U. Marine Corps, to Suicide incidence and risk factors in an active duty US military population. Am J Public Health.