Fb2 Farmers Suicide Facts Possible Policy Interventions ePub
by Meeta and Rajivlochan
|Category:||Politics and Government|
|Author:||Meeta and Rajivlochan|
|Publisher:||Yashada, Pune; 1st edition (November 2, 2006)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1719 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1234 kb|
|Digital formats:||azw lrf lit doc|
PDF This informative book contains a large amount of unique primary data on the condition of. .All content in this area was uploaded by Mn Rajivlochan. Farmer Suicides in Maharashtra, India: Facts, Factors, and Possible Fixes.
PDF This informative book contains a large amount of unique primary data on the condition of farmers. Productivity for cotton 1960-2003 in Yavatmal district kg/ha.
Meeta and Rajivlochan. This book is a focussed, in-depth investigation into the suicide epidemic that has hit farmers of India in the early twenty first century. The epidemic is not confined to just one district, one state or one particular crop
Meeta and Rajivlochan. The epidemic is not confined to just one district, one state or one particular crop. There could be some debate about the quantum of the epidemic and its nature. But there can be little doubt that the situation is bad. On the basis of comprehensive information collected from one district it investigates the social construction of suicide.
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Meeta; Rajivlochan (2006). Farmers Suicide: Facts & Possible Policy Interventions. p. 193. ISBN 9788189871000. Director of Census Operations, Maharashtra (1996).
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Moreover, it was not just the farmers from Vidarbha but all over Maharashtra who showed a significantly high suicide rate. 2700 per acre per annum. The economic plight of the farmer might be illustrated with the fact that a farmer having as much as 15 acres of land, and hence considered a well-off farmer, had an income of just a little more than what he would have earned were he to merely get the legal minimum wage for all of the 365 days of the year.
Suicide Among Older Adults. Suicide Bereavement & Postvention. Suicide and the Media. Offers an overview of farmer suicides in south India. See recommendations provided in ten points. Suicide and Self-harm in Middle-aged Adults. Suicide and the Workplace. Download PDF book format. Farmers India Yeotmal (District) Economic conditions Social conditions Suicide victims Agriculture and state. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Farmers suicide : facts & possible policy interventions Meeta and Rajivlochan. Book's title: Farmers suicide : facts & possible policy interventions Meeta and Rajivlochan. Download now Farmers suicide : facts & possible policy interventions Meeta and Rajivlochan. Download DOC book format.
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Rural suicides outpace those in urban America, and Montana's suicide rate leads .
Rural suicides outpace those in urban America, and Montana's suicide rate leads the nation. Fahy says farmers are facing more stress now than they have since the farming crisis of the 1980s, when hundreds of farms were auctioned on courthouse steps across the country each month and thousands of farmers faced financial ruin. That's why now is the time to talk, Darla says. For farmers, there are particular economic stressors too, including an existence in which crops - and one's livelihood - can be wiped out with a drought, infestation or 15-minute hailstorm.
Suicide intervention is a direct effort to prevent a person or persons from attempting to take their own life or lives intentionally. Most countries have some form of mental health legislation which allows people expressing suicidal thoughts or intent to be detained involuntarily for psychiatric treatment when their judgment is deemed to be impaired.