Thesis: While Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem, I believe That Suicide is wrong. II. BODY PAGE 1: The History of Suicide
Opening Sentence: Why do people commit Suicide?
Detail 1: Suicide Methods
Detail 2: Suicide and Mental illness
Detail 3: Prevention
III. BODY PAGE II: School Bullying/Teen Suicides
Transition/Opening Sentence: The Bullies have a new way to attack people over the internet. Detail 1: The Factors that contribute to Suicide
Detail 2: How the Internet/Social Media Has Had an Impact on Suicide in Young Adults Detail 3: The many different forms of Bullying that can lead to a IV. BODY PAGE III: Military/Terrorist Suicide
Transition/Opening Sentence: Could Suicide be considered a Hate crime against a Nation? Detail 1: Suicide Bombing
Detail 2: 911 Attacks and how it changed the Way we think about Suicide Bombing Detail 3: Kamikaze Attacks
V. BODY PAGE IV: Religious Views on Suicide/Modern Impact on Today’s Society Transition/Opening Sentence: The views of many Western Religions consider suicide a serious crime against God. Detail 1: Christian Views
Detail 2: Jewish Views
Detail 3: Muslim Views
Reconfirmed Thesis: While Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem, I believe That Suicide is wrong.
While Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem, I believe That Suicide is wrong. Suicide ("to kill oneself") is the act of intentionally causing one's own death. Have you ever known someone who’s committed or tried to commit suicide and thought, “I wish I would’ve done something, said something, to stop it from happening?” Well two years ago a good friend of mine did end up committing Suicide. I don’t exactly know why he did it because he was at college at the time while I was still at high school. When I found out about it I was shocked and in dis belief that someone my age that I knew could be dead at such a young age. According to the Rabbi it was a Chemical imbalance in his brain that caused him to do it. For too many people there is a stigma attached to suicide that prevents those contemplating the act from seeking help. Depression, despair or low self-esteem is common precursors to suicide. But while these conditions are often the result of a physical condition, such as an abnormality of the chemistry of the brain, they are seen by many people as personality flaws, weaknesses that can be overcome by force of will. Those who have contemplated suicide are often reluctant to share their experiences because they fear being labeled. Survivors of those who have killed themselves are reluctant to talk about what they saw or did prior to the suicide for fear of community reaction. And some lawmakers, who control the financing needed to create or maintain suicide prevention programs, are reluctant to devote scarce resources to what they see as a personal failing, rather than a societal issue. (http://trib.com/special-section/suicide/article_aeb12598-76c4-5e37-9110-566df9fa1142.html) A suicide attempt is a clear indication that something is gravely wrong in a person’s life. No matter the race or age of the person; how rich or poor they are, it is true that most people who commit suicide have a mental or emotional disorder. (http://www.capefearhealthyminds.org/library.cgi?article=1115921805)
A social networking site can be defined as an online service that is based around the building and reflecting of social relations among individuals with common interests or social ties (Boyd & Ellison, 2007). Social networking sites such as Friendster, Linkedin, Spoke, Face book, MySpace and Twitter all vary slightly, yet the one main feature they have is that they enable users to create a profile within the website to represent themselves and allows users to interact through email, instant messaging and other integrated communication channels within the site (Papacharissi, 2009). These...
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