Making sense of suicide: an in-depth look at why people kill themselves

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Charles Press, Sep 26, 1997 - Medical - 195 pages
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Lester, the author of numerous articles and books about suicide and murder, including The Cruelest Death: The Enigma of Adolescent Suicide (LJ 2/15/93), examines here the "pervasiveness and ... Read full review

Contents

A Meaningful Behavior
1
Problems in Suicide Research
11
Taxonomies of Dying
20
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

David Lester is an illustrator, graphic designer, and zine artist whose work has appeared in publications including Broken Pencil, Geist Magazine, and Time Out (London). He is a guitarist for the underground rock duo Mecca Normal.

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