Criminal Social Identity and Suicide Ideation among Pakistani Young Prisoners

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Shagufta, S; Boduszek, D; Dhingra, K; Kola-Palmer, D;
(2015)

© Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Purpose: Suicidal behaviour is a common in prisoners, yet little is known about the factors that may protect against thoughts of ending one's life. The purpose of this paper is to specify and test a structural model to examine the rel... View more
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