Published March 2005
by McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||440|
With this in mind, celebrities love their fans and there seems to be more fanatics that are out there than there are critical journalist; for us to come together with strengths and numbers to develop a strong support system as an intervention and prevention for suicide in the entertainment industry. This work covers intentional suicide cases initially reported in Daily Variety (the entertainment industry’s trade journal), but also drawing attention from mainstream news media. These cases are taken from the ranks of vaudeville, film, theatre, dance, music, literature (writers with direct connections to film), and other allied fields in the entertainment industry from through Suicide in the Entertainment Industry by David K. Frasier - Book () for $ from Movies & TV McFarland & Company Series - Order by Phone Brand: Mcfarland & Company, Inc. SAD: Suicide, Alcohol & Drugs in the Entertainment Industry [John Mitchell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Deaths caused by Suicide, Alcohol, and Drugs are SAD deaths. Even though statistics show they can occur to anyone in the general population5/5(1).
Get this from a library! Suicide in the entertainment industry: an encyclopedia of twentieth-century cases. [David K Frasier] -- "This is a reference work covering suicides initially reported in Daily Variety but also drawing attention from mainstream media. The . Get this from a library! Suicide in the entertainment industry: an encyclopedia of twentieth-century cases. [David K Frasier]. Suicide in the Entertainment Industry by David K. Frasier, , McFarland edition, in EnglishPages: According to social learning theory, there is good reason to expect that entertainment media depictions of suicide could lead to imitation acts: such portrayals are widespread, often send a message reinforcing suicide as a course of action, often include graphic footage of the method of suicide, and often appeal to young audiences.
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