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Disputatio, Vol. IX, No. 47, December 2017 Received: 05/09/2017 Accepted: 02/11/2017 © 2017 Buedo and Russo. Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 License Causality and Modelling in the Sciences: Introduction María Jiménez-Buedo Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia Federica Russo University of Amsterdam BIBLID [0873-626X (2017) 47; pp. 423–427] DOI: 10.1515/disp-2017-0013 Abstract The advantage of examining causality from the perspective of model- ling is thus that it puts us naturally closer to the practice of the scienc- es. This

associated with the higher unemployment rate. 11 Because of the uniqueness and subtlety of Wonogiri, it is necessary to use a qualitative approach to explore the characteristics, causality, and suicidal behavior in Wonogiri. A study by Lusk et al. 12 indicates a complex relationship between spirituality/religion and suicidality. Therefore, suicidal behavior needs to be identified based on the experience of family members who had suicide ideation. 8 Based on this phenomenon, this study explores the characteristics, causality, and suicidal behavior among family members

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