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The use of social media in the aftermath of a suicide: Findings from a qualitative study in England (2017)
Book Chapter
Bell, J., & Bailey, L. (2017). The use of social media in the aftermath of a suicide: Findings from a qualitative study in England. In T. Niederkrotenthaler, & S. Stack (Eds.), Media and Suicide International Perspectives on Research, Theory, and Policy, 75-86. Taylor & Francis

e research draws on the experiences of bereaved individuals who utilize Facebook to memorialize loved ones who have died by suicide. Aspects of the research have been published elsewhere. In Bailey et al. (2014), we explore how the use of social medi... Read More

Suicide-Related Internet Use Among Suicidal Young People in the UK: Characteristics of Users, Effects of Use, and Barriers to Offline Help-Seeking (2017)
Journal Article
Bell, J., Mok, K., Gardiner, E., & Pirkis, J. (2018). Suicide-Related Internet Use Among Suicidal Young People in the UK: Characteristics of Users, Effects of Use, and Barriers to Offline Help-Seeking. Archives of Suicide Research, 22(2), 263-277. https://doi.org/10.1080/13811118.2017.1334609

The study replicates earlier research using a UK sample to examine differences between suicidal people who go online for suicide-related reasons and suicidal people who do not, perceived effects of suicide-related Internet use, and perceived barriers... Read More