Suicidal Tendencies?...Perhaps! (Please Read)...5th of Street Youth Series
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In 1992, I was asked by the United Church of Canada to produce a photo essay about street youth for display at a major conference it was hosting. I spent 3 weeks working on the project, mainly at night and the early hours of the morning.
Cinema Tribute: Film Noir
Street Youth Suicide in Canada: a Qualitative Analysis
A study was developed to address the problem of the high rates of suicidality found among street youth. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 80 street youth in agencies and on the streets of Toronto and Vancouver. Participants described the meanings suicide held for them and their understandings of the phenomenon of suicide among street youth. Qualitative analysis of the interviews revealed themes of worthlessness, loneliness, hopelessness, and most centrally the feeling of being 'trapped' that form the construct of suicide held by the participants.
In my 'Photojournalism' collection.
In the Street Youth...Their Story! photo essay.
Also by James Wiley
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