Intergration into Social Life and Suicide "An Emile Durkheim View Piont"
So in conclusion it can been seen that with all the different categorisations of suicide, and the groupings one highly significant fact remains, they support the implication that integration plays a momentous role in suicide within our social life, according to what is being put forward by Durkheim's thesis. The way in which we are governed, the way in which we follow rules and norms are all a part of this social integration. 'Members of a society are constrained by 'social facts', by every way of acting, fixed or not, capable of exercising on the individual an external constraint' (Haralambos, & Holborn, & Krieken, & Smith, 1996, pg. 673). Durkheim recognised the constraints by which the individual was regulated by moral values, ' social regulation is the extent by which actions, and desires of the individual are constrained by moral values' (Jureidini, & Poole, 1997, pg. 30.). Therefore all members of society like to be a part of the structure which is there for them, to feel wanted, supported, when this system fails, or is taken for granted unprecedented events occur, such as suicide. Durkheim's beliefs gave rise to a new sociological thought on the aspects of suicide, and how these are interrelated in a sense of why individuals take such dramatic measures. …
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