CONCEPTUAL ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL BEHAVIOR: SELF MUTILATION

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SELF MUTILATION, often referred to as self harm, is the direct and deliberate destruction or alteration of the body. Examples include cutting, burning, needle sticking, and severe scratching of oneself. Usually, people correlate self mutilation to suicide, but this kind of behavior is totally different from the ones suicidal people do.

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CONCEPTUAL ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL BEHAVIOR: SELF MUTILATIONRandolph Edward D. VillanuevaConcept: SELF MUTILATION, often referred to as self harm, is the direct and deliberate destruction or alteration of the body. Examples include cutting, burning, needle sticking, and severe scratching of oneself. Usually, people correlate self mutilation to suicide, but this kind of behavior is totally different from the ones suicidal people do. This is according to Dr. Kristalyn Pedneault, an assistant professor at the Eastern Connecticut State University.Nature of Man: It has been observed through a nu

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