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Title:SAMOMOR V SLOVENIJI
Authors:Svalina, Anja (Author)
Dežman, Zlatan (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PF - Faculty of Law
Abstract:Samomor je star, kot je človeštvo samo. Različna obdobja človeške civilizacije so do tega sociopatološkega pojava zavzemala različna stališča: od skrajnega zavračanja do polnega priznanja- kot osebno pravico do lastne smrti, ki je segla celo tudi tako daleč, da je človek neovirano razpolagal s svojim življenjem, vključno s pravico, da si življenje tudi vzame. Religiozna merila so bila proti samomoru- tako krščanstvo kot islam. Samomor se je v nadaljnem družbenem razvoju iz religioznih in pravnih norm preselil na filozofske in umetniške steze. Danes je masovnost samomora v velikem številu držav izstopajoči del nacionalne patologije, ki mu strokovnjaki posvečajo vedno več pozornosti in analiz. Slovenci imamo težave z izbiro primernih strategij, ko se je treba soočiti s težavami. V nekaterih delih države celo bolj kot v drugih. Žal smo kot eno od teh strategij izbrali tudi samomor. Ta pa za seboj pušča čustveno puščavo. Družine, ki se s tem dejanjem soočajo več generacij zapored, so vse prej kot redke. Odstotek samomorov v Sloveniji je zelo visok in sega v sam evropski vrh. Zaradi pogostosti samomora, saj si na vsakih 21 ur ena oseba v Sloveniji vzame življenje, se posamezniki na tak ali drugačen način srečujejo s samomorom. Zato je pomembno prepoznati pri sočloveku, kdaj je samomorilno ogrožen, ter da poznamo načine, kako mu pomagati. Preprečevanje samomora je namreč naloga celotne družbe. Z diplomsko nalogo želim opozoriti na problem samomora v Sloveniji, ki je žal prepogost, zato je še toliko bolj pomembno, da v čim večji meri opozarjamo na alarmantno stanje le-tega.
Keywords:samomor, samomorilno vedenje, samomorilna ogroženost, dejavniki tveganja, mladostnik, starostnik, preprečevanje samomora
Year of publishing:2015
Publisher:[A. Svalina]
Source:Maribor
UDC:343.3/.7(043.2)
COBISS_ID:4896811 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:FRUDVKC1
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Language:English
Title:SUICIDE IN SLOVENIA
Abstract:Suicide is as old as mankind itself. Various periods of civilization have taken various views concerning this sociopathological phenomenom, from total rejection to total recognition as an individuals right to take his own life. Religious standards have opposed suicide, Christianity as well as Islam. With time suicide has moved from religious and legal circles into philosophical and artistic fields. Today in most countries, the large number of suicide cases represents a part of ethnic pathology to which interdisciplinary experts are playing more attention and analyzing. The Slovene people have problems with choosing the appropriate strategies when dealing with problems. In some parts of the country even more than in others.Unfortunately, we have chosen the suicide as one of these strategies. This could create in us the emotional desert. Families, who are faced with this action through several generations, are anything but rare. The percentage of suicides in Slovenia is very high, and extends into the European top. Due to the high frequency of suicide, namely every 21 hour one person in Slovenia commits suicide, individuals are in one way or another faced with suicide. Therefore, it is important to recognize in our fellow man when he/she is threatened by suicide, and try to find the ways to help him/her. Preventing the suicide is the main task of the society as a whole. With my thesis, I would like to draw attention to the problem of suicide in Slovenia, which is unfortunately too common, so it is even more important to draw attention to the alarming situation of this issue
Keywords:suicide, suicidal Behaviour, suicide endangerment, risk factors, Adolescents, Elderly people, suicide Prevention


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