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quarta-feira, 15 de maio de 2013

Publicação: Determinantes Políticos do Suicídio



Political Determinants of Suicide

Significant social, political, and economic changes in the countries of the former Soviet Union present a good model for investigation of the impact of environment on suicide mortality during times of transition. During the period of perestroika (1985–1990), when promising social changes were rapid, a significant decrease of suicide mortality was observed for both genders in all fifteen republics of the USSR. One of the factors which contributed to the decrease was the strict anti-alcohol policy implemented in 1985 and suspended by 1989. However, times of spiritual liberation, the aspiration of democracy, social optimism and hopes for higher living standards could also have attributed to the causality of suicide decrease. In the years 1990–1994, after the disintegration of the Soviet Union, the suicide rates in post-Soviet countries increased, with the exception of prevailingly Muslim central Asiatic, and the Caucasus countries which have a traditionally low level of suicides. The transitional period called for high adaptation capacity and the necessity of developing suicide-prevention programmes to increase social support and re-education measures.
O grifado em vermelho poderia representar uma redução da austeridade no sistema, com significativa expansão da vida social naquele período. Isto certamente deveria levar à redução do número de suicídio. Temos que considerar o que significava, em termos culturais, sociais, religiosos e econômicos as diversas Repúblicas da antiga URSS. Este Capítulo discute esta questão.

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