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Mishin R.V. Genesis of research on suicidal behavior of the individual: historical and pedagogical analysis

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.9.p263-266
 
Genesis of research on suicidal behavior of the individual: historical and pedagogical analysis
Roman Valerievich Mishin, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Perm Military Institute of the Forces of the National Guard of the Russian Federation

Abstract
The problem of suicidal behavior of military personnel of the Armed Forces is currently becoming more acute and relevant. Changes in the National Guard can lead to various reasons for the military personnel, which can potentially lead to a negative outcome. Suicidal incidents in the military team negatively affect the personnel; negatively affect the moral, psychological and moral climate of the unit, as well as their combat readiness. In this regard, special attention should be paid to preventive work with military personnel aimed at preventing cases of suicide. Prevention of suicidal behavior is a multi-level system that integrates social, psychological, medical, legal and pedagogical measures. This article provides a historical and pedagogical analysis of the problem of suicidal behavior among military personnel, highlights the main stages of Genesis from the beginning of the XIX century to the present day, and presents the main trends that characterize each stage.
Keywords: suicidal behavior, suicide, service and combat activities, suicide prevention, military collective.
 
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Article arrived in edition 22.09.2020
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