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Converged Association Between Suicidal ideation and Neighborhood Environment Among Some Adolescents
Shin, Seung-Ok; Park, Jong;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate the association between Suicidal ideation and Neighborhood environment among some adolescents. The G city 4,509 people which is suitable for this research at was aimed against the adolescents among the survey data collected. On the area neighborhood environment recognizes was good 1,805 people, was not good was 2,704 people. Suicidal ideation was where the neighborhood environment was bad 12.9%, good 8.8%. And in multiple logistic analysis, neighborhood environment was bad more significantly likely to be Suicidal ideation (OR=1.40, 95% CI=1.14-1.71). Therefore the residential zone environment needs to be monitored through the participation style local resident program. And it is regarded to find the plan that it lowers the suicide idea through the material and emotional converge support to the youth on the area where the residential zone environment is unable to be good in the national dimension.
 Keywords
Adolescents;Converge;Environment;Neighborhood;Suicidal ideation;
 Language
Korean
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