Bridges, F. Stephen
June 2008
Psychological Reports;Jun2008, Vol. 102 Issue 3, p683
Academic Journal
In the Western Pacific Islands, the rate of suicide was more common in those islands with faster growing populations, but not among the islands with larger total populations or with greater population densities. This offers partial support for some of the propositions of Durkheim and Lester.


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