Mandracchia hypothesized that, if the interpersonal theory of suicide is valid in a prison population, then prisoners who score high on measures of thwarted belongingness and perceived burdensomeness
should have the highest levels of suicidal ideation.
Third, this body of federal law lacks directions on how courts do--and ought to--measure effective vindication, adequacy, accessibility, and burdensomeness
and its burdensomeness
poses problems in a relatively thin band of complex and 'big' cases.
Researchers discovered that those who use self-defeating humour are at more of a risk for suicidal thinking when experiencing common stresses, such as feelings of 'thwarted belongingness' or 'perceived burdensomeness
The defense of it faces objections familiar to human rights theory such as undue burdensomeness
, unclaimability, and infeasibility, as well as some less familiar objections such as illiberality, intolerability, and ideals of the family.
Thus, screening for social disconnectedness merits further investigation as assessment of loneliness and burdensomeness
may allow for early identification of patients at risk for depression and recurrent suicide ideation and behavior, and indicate a target for intervention.
Alcohol-related problems and risk of suicide among college students: The mediating roles of belongingness and burdensomeness
posits that a potentially fatal suicide attempt requires: (1) a sense of burdensomeness
, (2) a sense of loneliness and isolation; and (3) a sense of fearlessness about lethal self-harm.
59) In fact, one court suggests that "[i]t would be difficult to dispute the notion that the very act of making such boilerplate objections is prima facie evidence of a Rule 26(g) violation, because if the lawyer had paused, made a reasonable inquiry, and discovered facts that demonstrated the burdensomeness
or excessive cost of the discovery request, he or she should have disclosed them in the objection.
Though aimed at measuring the constructs of belongingness and burdensomeness
, Joiner et al.
17) Joiner emphasizes three factors as contributing to suicidal potential: (1) failed belongingness, (2) perceived burdensomeness
, and (3) habituation to self-injury.
Clearly, given the perceived burdensomeness
of HEALTHpact's requirements, it should not be surprising that employers tended to opt for less onerous products, all else being equal, absent even greater discounts provided by a subsidy.