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This paper develops the interpersonal communication aspects of suicide. Although suicidologists have identified communication as a critical part of the suicide/suicide prevention process, communication researchers have not given suicidal communication the attention it deserves. The communication between the suicidal individual and his/her friends, family, and professionals is one of the most important aspect of the suicidal process. An explication and definition of ‘suicide’ are presented in terms of communication and an interpersonal communication model is proposed to synthesize extant literature. The model incorporates three major stages of interpersonal communication in the suicidal cycle. Each of these stages is discussed as an opportunity for potential research. The goal of this paper and model is to offer a better understanding of the interpersonal communication processes involved in suicide for the purpose of more effective suicide prevention.

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Miraldi, Peter. "Exploring the Interpersonal Communication Aspects of Suicide: A Research Agenda for Communi-Suicidology" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Marriott Hotel, San Diego, CA, May 27, 2003 <Not Available>. 2009-05-26 <http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p111601_index.html>

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Miraldi, P. , 2003-05-27 "Exploring the Interpersonal Communication Aspects of Suicide: A Research Agenda for Communi-Suicidology" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Marriott Hotel, San Diego, CA Online <.PDF>. 2009-05-26 from http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p111601_index.html

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Abstract: This paper develops the interpersonal communication aspects of suicide. Although suicidologists have identified communication as a critical part of the suicide/suicide prevention process, communication researchers have not given suicidal communication the attention it deserves. The communication between the suicidal individual and his/her friends, family, and professionals is one of the most important aspect of the suicidal process. An explication and definition of ‘suicide’ are presented in terms of communication and an interpersonal communication model is proposed to synthesize extant literature. The model incorporates three major stages of interpersonal communication in the suicidal cycle. Each of these stages is discussed as an opportunity for potential research. The goal of this paper and model is to offer a better understanding of the interpersonal communication processes involved in suicide for the purpose of more effective suicide prevention.

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Interpersonal Communication Aspects of Suicide 1 Running Head: INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION ASPECTS OF SUICIDE Exploring the Interpersonal Communication Aspects of Suicide: A Research Agenda for Communi-Suicidology ICA-8-11597 Submitted to of The Interpersonal Communication Division of The International Communication Association Interpersonal Communication Aspects of Suicide 2 Exploring the Interpersonal Communication Aspects of Suicide: A Research Agenda for Communi-Suicidology Abstract This paper develops the interpersonal communication aspects of suicide. Although suicidologists have identified communication as a critical part of the suicide/suicide prevention
of suicidality/intent Ć’ Verbal/Nonverbal interpersonal relations and communication processes). Ć’ Frequency Ć’ Target Ć’ Gender Differences Degree of Suicidal Intent Ć’ High Ć’ Moderate Ć’ Low C. Response to Ć’ N/A communication of suicidality/intent Ć’ Prevention Ć’ Non-response Ć’ Seriousness Ć’ Effectiveness Ć’ Persuasion


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