Psychiatry Journal / 2017 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Demography and Risk Factors of Suicide in Bangladesh: A Six-Month Paper Content Analysis

Table 2

Distribution of suicide variables of the respondents ().

Suicide variableFrequencyPercentage

Method
 Hanging22382.29
 Poisoning217.75
 Falling from height20.74
 Jumping under train62.21
 Gun fire31.11
 Cutting throat10.37
 Drowning20.74
 Missing134.80
Time of suicide
 Morning (6 am–12 am)4717.34
 Evening3011.07
 Noon (12 pm–4 pm)3011.07
 Afternoon (4 pm–6 pm)207.38
 Night (6 pm–12 am)6523.99
 Late night (12 am–6 am)176.27
 Missing6222.88
Total271100
Risk factors
 Marital discord3111.44
 Familial Disharmony6222.88
 Problem in workplace10.37
 Sexual harassment134.80
 Financial constraints62.21
 Affair155.54
 Fail in exam20.74
 Domestic violence62.21
 Divorce31.11
 Physical illness10.37
 Missing13148.34
Informant
 Law force10.37
 Reporter41.48
 Neighbors3814.02
 Family member6523.99
 Missing16360.15

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