YOUTH SUICIDE IN ALGERIA: A FORM OF SOCIAL EXCLUSION?
Faradji Mohamed Akli
Prof.Dr.University of Bejaia,06000 Bejaia, Algeria.firstname.lastname@example.org
The suicide phenomenon is assuming alarming proportions worldwide; an average of 1,200 cases of suicide per day recorded by the World Health organization.
In Algeria, the phenomenon has long remained taboo subject, despite its scientific importance, and its profound consequences, which continue to touch the brunt of the population in general and youth in particular.
Suicide has experienced in recent years, a wide media coverage which tends to regard it as the result of several factors .This transition to the act is often associated with problems of the population and the difficulties of everyday life.
This communication proposes therefore a sociological reading of deferent observed suicidal tendencies, and analyzed, from, of an empirical survey conducted in the last two years in the region of Kabylia. The aim through this proposal; is to try to explain the specificity of cultural and sociological factors that characterize the phenomenon of suicide in this region.
Keywords: Suicide, Kabylie, sociologie, social exclusion.
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