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Thank you for visiting nature. You are using a browser version with limited support for CSS. To obtain the best experience, we recommend you use a more up to date browser or turn off compatibility mode in Internet Explorer. In the meantime, to ensure continued support, we are displaying the site without styles and JavaScript. Help us improve our products. Sign up to take part. A Nature Research Journal. We proposed a quantitative framework to assess the vulnerability of age and sex subgroups to copycat suicide and used this method to investigate copycat suicides in relation to the suicides of 10 celebrities in South Korea from to By applying a detrending model to control for annual and seasonal fluctuations, we estimated the expected number of suicides within a copycat suicide period.

The copycat effect was assessed in two ways: the magnitude of copycat suicide by dividing the observed by the expected number of suicides, and the mortality rate by subtracting the expected from the observed number of suicides. Females aged 20—29 years were the most vulnerable subgroup according to both the magnitude of the copycat effect 2.

Males aged 50—59 years were the second most vulnerable subgroup according to the copycat suicide mortality rate We hope that the proposed quantitative framework will be used to identify vulnerable subgroups to copycat effect, thereby helping devise strategies for prevention. Suicide is one of the most significant public health problems worldwide; the annual global age-standardised suicide rate was The situation is more severe in South Korea, which has the second highest suicide rate of all the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development countries; a suicide rate of Suicide was the leading cause of death in those aged 10 to 39 years and the second leading cause of death in those aged 40 to 59 years 3.

Suicide is a complex korean that is influenced by personal characteristics 45 and various socioenvironmental factors 67.

Copycat suicide, often called the Werther effect, is an imitative suicidal behaviour that occurs after exposure to another suicide. Documented typical copycat suicide patterns are composed of both mass and point clusters 11 The mass clusters mainly exhibit a one-to-many transfer mode, while the point clusters are propagated to nearby individuals.

More specifically, the mass clusters can be used to define the upsurge in suicide frequency that is particularly caused by mass media, which can trigger copycat suicides 1314 Copycat suicide is expected to become more common in our increasingly connected world. Increases in internet news media, personal broadcasting, online communities and social network services in recent years have provided a highly connected matrix whereby provocative news articles, including reports of celebrity suicide, can travel rapidly and widely Globalisation of fandom may also expose a larger population to the risk of copycat suicide.

Some studies have reported the mass clusters effect of copycat suicide following a celebrity suicide 171819 However, few studies have focused on the associations between celebrity suicides and copycat suicide subgroups. Myung et al. Using data from a national population-based database in South Korea, the authors found that younger females are more likely to commit suicide following a celebrity suicide than other age and sex subgroups, and Jang et al.

Park et al. None of these studies provided a quantitative framework to assess the magnitude of copycat suicide according to age and sex subgroups. Effective prevention of copycat suicide requires more specific identification of vulnerable subgroups. Sex quantitative framework to assess the magnitude of copycat suicide and the mortality rate from copycat suicide is urgently needed to determine the relationship between copycat suicide in different age and sex subgroups and celebrity suicide cases.

This study aimed to provide a quantitative framework to assess sex copycat suicide effect and to identify age and sex subgroups vulnerable to copycat suicide in South Korea using this framework.

We applied a linear regression detrending model to control for confounding effects and to estimate the expected number of suicides. We proposed a measure of the sex of copycat suicide calculated by dividing the observed by the expected number of suicides. In addition, we proposed a measure of the mortality rate from copycat suicide calculated by subtracting the expected from the observed number of suicides.

By comparing these two measures between different age and sex subgroups, we identified the subgroups that were more vulnerable to commit copycat suicide in South Korea.

In accordance with the inclusion and exclusion criteria described in the Materials and Methods, 10 celebrity suicide cases and six celebrity death cases with nonsuicidal causes were analysed. Korean celebrity death cases with nonsuicidal causes were included as a control group. For each celebrity suicide case, age subgroup and sex subgroup, the magnitude of copycat suicide and the mortality rate from copycat suicide were calculated. The numbers of all suicides occurring during this period were counted for each year between andexcept forand a detrending model was constructed for each age and sex subgroup to deduce the expected number of suicides.

For example, between October 3 and 22,females aged 10—19 years committed 1. Korean expected number of suicides was estimated by detrending linear regression models solid lines. The observed numbers of suicides during the copycat period of all years except are shown by circles. The observed numbers of suicides during the copycat suicide period of are shown by triangles. The ratios of the observed to the expected numbers of suicides are shown as numbers above or below the triangles.

No increases in suicides occurred after the deaths of the control non-suicidal celebrities results not shown. The magnitude of copycat suicide and the mortality rate from copycat suicide according to age and sex subgroups. The magnitude of copycat suicide was generally higher for females than for males in the same age subgroup. There was no general tendency for female subgroups to be more vulnerable than male subgroups according to the mortality rate from copycat suicide.

To investigate whether there was a relationship between the sex of the celebrity and the sex of the person who committed copycat suicide, the data for female C1—C5 and male C6—C10 celebrities were analysed separately for their effect on the magnitude and mortality rate of copycat suicides.

Among females who committed copycat suicide, the effect was greater when the celebrity was also female Fig. Among males who committed copycat suicide, there was no clear relationship with the sex of the celebrity Fig. Relationship between the sex of the suicided celebrity and the sex of the person who committed copycat suicide. To investigate whether there was a relationship between the age of the celebrity and the age of the person who committed copycat suicide, those who committed copycat suicide were classified according to whether they belonged to sex similar age group to the celebrity from 5 years younger to 5 years older than the celebrity or a dissimilar age group.

In most cases, those who belonged to a similar age group to the celebrity were more vulnerable to copycat suicide Fig. Relationships between the age of the celebrities and the age sex person sex committed copycat suicide. We have proposed a new method to quantify the vulnerability of different age and sex subgroups to copycat suicide sex used this method to investigate the effect of 10 cases of celebrity suicide in South Korea from to Application of a linear regression detrending distinguished the copycat suicide effect from variability resulting from annual trends and seasonal fluctuations.

The magnitude and the mortality rate are the two proposed indices of the effect of copycat suicide, and they are complementary sex each other. The magnitude of copycat suicide for each celebrity case and each subgroup was assessed by dividing the observed by the expected number of suicides.

The magnitude indicates the extent to which a celebrity suicide provoked the members of a subgroup to commit suicide compared with baseline. The mortality rate from copycat suicide, estimated by subtracting the expected from the observed number of suicides, korean the increase in the number of suicides due to the copycat effect. The two notably vulnerable subgroups were korean aged 20—29 years and males aged 50—59 years. Females aged 20—29 years were the most vulnerable subgroup in terms of both the magnitude of the copycat effect 2.

Males korean 50—59 years were the second most vulnerable subgroup in terms of the mortality rate from copycat suicide This difference may have resulted from the higher baseline suicide mortality rate among males aged 50—59 years than among females aged 20—29 years.

For example, the expected baseline suicide mortality rate for females aged 20—29 years was Female subgroups generally exhibited greater magnitudes of copycat suicide than did male subgroups of the same age, although several exceptions were observed. Previous studies that compared the copycat suicide effect between same-sex and opposite-sex celebrities found that the same-sex subgroup was more vulnerable than the opposite-sex subgroup 192225 However, one study found that the same-sex effect on copycat suicide was unclear The effect was most prominent in females aged 20—29 years and 30—39 years, considering both magnitude and mortality rate.

Males did not exhibit as clear a pattern as females Fig. The greater vulnerability of females to copycat suicide may be explained by sex differences in psychopathological vulnerability. Some mood disorders that may lead to suicide, such as depression 2829eating disorders 30 and anxiety disorder 31are more prevalent in females than in males.

Stack 2334 suggested that females may be more reliant than males on an external party to legitimise suicide and that exposure to media reports of suicide could have served the legitimacy function. The specific mechanisms that determine why females are more prone to same-sex copycat suicide than males deserve further investigation.

The conjecture that copycat suicide is more likely when the celebrity and the person who commits copycat suicide are of similar age has been explored in previous studies 19222526343536 Stack proposed in a differential identification model of copycat suicide that imitative suicidal behaviour is more prevalent in people sharing similar social sex and showed that being of similar age with the person committing suicide was a risk factor for copycat suicide Our study largely supports the similar age conjecture Fig.

In magnitude of copycat effect Fig. We presume that this exception might be due to a gradual build-up of his negative reputation in middle-aged males in South Korea since his presidency. In Fig. Celebrity 3 was a 24 years old female, but we found males aged korean and males aged 40—49 exhibited larger copycat suicide mortality rate than males aged 20—29 data not shown. In the cases of three male actors, Celebrities 8, 9 and 10, high popularity seemed to exert a strong copycat suicide effect.

Celebrity 8 frequently played major characters in television dramas and films until the time of his suicide, and the public had had many opportunities to feel empathy for his on-screen characters.

On the other hand, although the other two male celebrities had been popular in the past, they were rarely exposed to the public at the time they committed suicide, which could explain the korean number of copycat suicides associated with them compared with those associated with recently active celebrities.

The suicide of a celebrity who has been frequently exposed to the public just before committing suicide is known to increase the magnitude of copycat suicide In our study, however, Celebrity 7, a businessman, did not exert an inferior copycat effect to that of other celebrities, in terms of both magnitude and mortality rate. Celebrity 7 was the heir to the founder of one of the most notable enterprises and had received extensive media attention. It has been suggested that increased media exposure is associated with more copycat suicides The loss of a celebrity saddens the public, so we korean Celebrities 11—16 as positive controls, speculating that the sense of loss may have led to suicides.

Despite comparable media coverage in the month after their deaths, we found no significant increase in suicide korean in response to the deaths of Celebrities 11—16, which implies that the sense of loss without suicide commitment exerted negligible effects on copycat suicide behaviour. Queinec et al. In spite of the strength of our study, which is sex on nationwide, extensive, all-death census data for up to 21 years, there are limitations to be mentioned.

Our analysis is geographically and culturally confined to South Korea, limiting generalizability to other parts of the world. In South Korea, a guideline for reporting suicides in media was first published in and updated to version 2. The guideline does not grossly differ from the WHO guideline In reality, however, researches 64041 found out that the media reports did not comply with the guideline sufficiently regardless of their study years.

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The bride formally greets her new parents-in-law after the wedding ceremony. Additionally, the groom often gives a piggy back ride to his mother and then his bride, symbolizing his acceptance of his obligations to both his mother and wife. There will be many accompanying bowls of sauces for dipping. These dumplings may korean deep-fried or steamed. Soup will be offered, very frequently a kimchi type, or a rice cake soup rice dumplings with chicken brothor doenjang jigaea fermented soybean paste soup.

Also popular are a light broth boiled from dried anchovies and vegetable soups rendered from dried spinach, sliced radish or dried seaweed. Steamed rice cakes iorean sometimes embellished with aromatic mugwort leaves or dusted with toasted soy, barley, or millet flour are presented as a tasty ritual food. A large variety of fruits, such as Korean pearsand pastries will be offered for dessert. A spoon and chopsticks are used for eating. As ofaccording to Korea National Statistical Officethe average age korean first marriage is This age disparity is usually intentional.

Inthe average cost of a wedding per person surpassed 50 million won. In recent years, the number of mixed marriages in Korea has increased substantially due to a number of factors, among them the high number of Koreans studying abroad or traveling and a percentage of men living in rural areas where men outnumber women by a significant margin.

As the world becomes more interconnected with the development of the internet, aex network sites or social network sites provide a medium for couples to interact.

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In total, in there are registered spouse of Korean national with There were 29 inter-racial marriages which makes about 9. The nationality of non-Korean brides differ from Vietnam Since there is lack of population of korean in rural areas of South Korea, some men rely on marriage brokers and agencies to set up a marriage with a mail-order bridemostly from southeast Asian countries like Vietnam and Cambodiaas well as China and Nepal.

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Same-sex marriage is not legally recognised in South Korea. Homosexuality is strongly criticized in mainstream Korean society, and many Koreans consider homosexuality to be a Western phenomenon.

Despite the illegality of same-sex marriage in Korea, though, some gay couples are having non-legal private ceremonies. Movie director and producer Koreean Gwang-soo had a private non-legal ceremony with Kim Seung-hwan, the head of the gay film distributor Rainbow Factory in September A brand of arranged marriage is popular in South Korea.

Generally, parents arrange a meeting, but it is ultimately up to the couple to decide if they want to marry. However, the korean pre-screening means that the meeting has a much higher chance of success than a typical blind date, should the couple decide to wed.

The reason why this type of marriage is prevalent in Korea is that marriage in Korea is not just a matter of a bride and groom but a merging of two families. Because the potential spouses are pre-screened by the family, there is much less sex a chance of family opposition to the marriage.

It is rare that a single seon leads to a marriage; many succeed in finding a suitable spouse only after dozens of seon meetings with different individuals. Following the initial meeting, the couple typically date for several months to a year before the actual marriage. The distinction between an arranged marriage and a "love" marriage is therefore often blurred, although in an arranged marriage the families tend korean be more closely involved throughout. Matchmakers are also common in South Korea.

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Remarriage is becoming more common in South Korea.

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Copycat suicide effects were quantified by two measures, the copycat effect magnitude and the copycat suicide mortality rate.

The magnitude of the copycat effect of a celebrity suicide event was calculated by dividing the observed by the expected number of suicides from the detrending method. The copycat suicide mortality rate was calculated by subtracting the expected from the observed number of suicides. Statistical analyses were performed using R statistical software version 3. Bertolote, J. Suicide and psychiatric diagnosis: a worldwide perspective. World Psychiatry 1 , — Dwivedi, Y. The neurobiological basis of suicide.

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Mesoudi, A. The Cultural Dynamics of Copycat Suicide. Social Science Quartely 81 , — Martin, G. Media influence to suicide: The search for solutions. Archives of Suicide Research 4 , 51—66 Ueda, M. Suh, S. Quantitative exponential modelling of copycat suicides: association with mass media effect in South Korea. Queinec, R. Copycat effect after celebrity suicides: results from the French national death register.

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Fergusson, D. Risk factors and life processes associated with the onset of suicidal behaviour during adolescence and early adulthood. Psychological Medicine 30 , 23—39 Kessler, R. Franko, D. Suicidality in eating disorders: occurrence, correlates, and clinical implications. Clinical Psychology Review 26 , — McLean, C. Gender differences in anxiety disorders: prevalence, course of illness, comorbidity and burden of illness.

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Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 3 , 22—32 Leonardo Christov-Moorea, E. Empathy: Gender effects in brain and behavior. Audience receptiveness, the media, and aged suicide, — Journal of Aging Studies 4 , — Suicide, motor vehicle fatalities, and the mass media: evidence toward a theory of suggestion. AJS 84 , — Cheng, A. The influence of media reporting of the suicide of a celebrity on suicide rates: a population-based study.

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Reporting on Suicide before and after the Suicide Guidelines Presented. Download references. Conceived and designed the study H. Collected the data N. Although these marriages can be successful, in some cases immigrant wives are misunderstood and isolated from their Korean husbands, or Korean wives are abused by foreign husbands [ citation needed ]. As language and cultural differences become an issue many foreign brides do suffer from cultural differences which also affects the social integration of their children.

The children of inter-racial marriage families called "Damunwha" meaning multicultural family, face identity crisis and racial abuse as they try to assimilate into Korean society. As a means of reducing future problems, the government is setting up programs for men who are thinking of marrying a foreign woman through a collaboration between the Ministry of Gender Equality and the Ministry of Justice.

The aim and purpose of these centers are to provide family education, counseling and cultural services for multicultural families, to support the early settlement of immigrant women in Korean society, and to help multicultural families enjoy stable family lives.

Same-sex marriage is not legally recognised in South Korea. Homosexuality is strongly criticized in mainstream Korean society, and many Koreans consider homosexuality to be a Western phenomenon. Despite the illegality of same-sex marriage in Korea, though, some gay couples are having non-legal private ceremonies.

Movie director and producer Kim-Jho Gwang-soo had a private non-legal ceremony with Kim Seung-hwan, the head of the gay film distributor Rainbow Factory in September A brand of arranged marriage is popular in South Korea. Generally, parents arrange a meeting, but it is ultimately up to the couple to decide if they want to marry. However, the parental pre-screening means that the meeting has a much higher chance of success than a typical blind date, should the couple decide to wed.

The reason why this type of marriage is prevalent in Korea is that marriage in Korea is not just a matter of a bride and groom but a merging of two families.

Because the potential spouses are pre-screened by the family, there is much less of a chance of family opposition to the marriage. It is rare that a single seon leads to a marriage; many succeed in finding a suitable spouse only after dozens of seon meetings with different individuals. Following the initial meeting, the couple typically date for several months to a year before the actual marriage.

The distinction between an arranged marriage and a "love" marriage is therefore often blurred, although in an arranged marriage the families tend to be more closely involved throughout. Matchmakers are also common in South Korea. Today, almost all single people meet their matched partner prior to the marriage and have more say about the match than was previously allowed. Matchmakers earn compensation for their services. The expression refers to the marriage of two people who meet and fall in love without going through matchmakers or family-arranged meetings.

Most often, the bride and groom first met on a blind date arranged by friends, on a group date, at their workplace, or while in college or university. South Korean families accept this type of marriage more readily than they used to. Remarriage is becoming more common in South Korea. According to South Korean government statistics reported in the Korea Times newspaper, the number of remarriages went up Conditions for divorce fall under one or more of six possible conditions [32] : 1.

If the other spouse has committed an act of adultery; 2. If one spouse maliciously deserted the other spouse; 3. If one spouse has extremely maltreated the other spouse or his or her lineal ascendants; 4. If the death or life of the other spouse has been unknown for three years; and 6.

If there exists any other serious cause for making it difficult to continue the marriage. Marriages during the Koryo Period were made primarily on the basis of political and economic considerations, at least among the aristocracy. King T'aejo, the founder of the Koryo Dynasty, had 29 queens with which he built alliances with other aristocratic families. However, he married all but two of his daughters to their half brothers, rather than using them to further build and affirm alliances.

A strategy continued by his successors. Cousin marriage was common in the early Koryo Period, and non-royal aristocrats married daughters to half brothers of different mothers also. However, such consanguineous marriages were gradually prohibited by banning such individuals' children from attaining positions in the state bureaucracy and later came to labeled as adulterous but often persisted despite these sanctions.

In contrast with the prevailing custom of patrilocal residence for married couples during the Choson Period and modern era, Koreans of the Koryo Period it was not uncommon for a husband to matrilocally reside with his wife and her parents after marriage.

Marriage ideally did not lead to the division of the household into smaller units and families preferred to retain their daughters after marriage, with or without their husbands. The prospect of an inheritance from in-laws may have been a significant motivation for husbands to take up residence with their wives' Kin.

Although plural marriages were practiced, wives and their offspring were not ranked and each had equal claim as heirs. Distinctions were introduced at the beginning of the Choson dynasty, in imitation of feudal imperial China, which distinguished primary and secondary wives, thereby clarifying the line of succession. During this period patrilocal residence after marriage became the norm through royally dictated changes to laws governing mourning obligations and inheritance rights.

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