Suicide and political regime in New South Wales and Australia during the 20th century.

  title={Suicide and political regime in New South Wales and Australia during the 20th century.},
  author={Andrew Nicholas Page and Stephen Morrell and Richard Ian Taylor},
  journal={Journal of epidemiology and community health},
  volume={56 10},
STUDY OBJECTIVE Australia has had a two party parliamentary political system for most of the period since its Federation in 1901, dominated either by a social democratic (Labor) or a conservative ideological perspective. This paper investigates whether such political differences at Federal and State levels have influenced suicide rates in the state of New South Wales (NSW) for the period 1901-1998. DESIGN Federal government type, NSW State government type, and combinations of both Federal and… CONTINUE READING
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