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Anna Gileva
Regional Differences in Suicides of Young People in Russia in the Late 20th – Early 21st Century
(Master’s programme)

Anya Nikolayevich Gileva

"The Regional Elements of Samoism Attacks in the Twentieth Century XXI Century"

Problems of suicide in the regions of Russia are suggested in frames of work.

Based on the analytical findings of the actual coefficients of the coefficients, the analysis was carried out by subjects of the Russian Federation, by the group: 20-24, 25-29, 30-34 and 20-34. However, it was revealed that the genealogically identifying groups of young people were among the younger generations.

In the first chapter the theoretical-empirical analysis went on. The story has been considered in suicide.

In the second chapter, the analysis of the suicidal phenomena of substance abuse by Russian subjects was initiated by the Russian Federation for the period 1990 to 2016.

At the end of the workshop, the basic outcomes of the group were divided into two groups: the general population.

At present 39 tables, 16 cards and 2 graphs are represented.

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