The rate of self injury among students

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Knowledge of Self-Injury:
A Comparison Study in Secondary School Students in Kuching

Written by Boon Mong Na

Table of contents
1.0 Introduction
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Background
1.3 Scope of study
2.0 Literature review
2.1 Terminology of self-injury
2.2 Introduction to self-injury
2.3 Self-injury population
2.4 Reasons to self-injury
2.5 Methods of Self-Injury
2.6 Impacts of Self-Injury
2.7 Ways to help Self-Injurers

3.0 Methodology
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Objectives
3.3 Hypothesis
3.4 Research Question
3.5 Problem statements
3.6 Samplings
3.7 Questionnaires and interviews
3.8 Significance of study
3.9 Theoretical framework
3.10 Analysis
4.0 Findings
5.0 Discussion and suggestions
5.1 Discussion
5.2 Suggestions
6.0 Limitations and Conclusion
6.1 Limitations
6.2 Conclusion
7.0 References
8.0 Appendix

Self-injury is an important interpreter of future self-mutilation or suicide, and is related with notable psychological morbidity (Holly Knox Thompson, 2009). There is research suggested that the tendency of self-mutilation in Malaysia is rising rapidly, especially in female adolescents. Nevertheless, very few interrelated investigations have been carried out within Malaysia. Hence, the data available currently is not enough to draw any conclusion on self-mutilation or self injury. Appropriate practices and researches should be carried out to investigate the local data of self-injury so that preventions can be found in order to stop it from getting worse. This paper also reviewed some basic knowledge of self injury besides showing the real statistic of self-injury among teenagers (age from 12 to 18) in Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia. Additionally, this paper concludes the knowledge of the public regard self-injury and the way to minimize this situation.

1. 0 Introduction
1.1 Introduction
Self-injury has become more and more common for...
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