Year: 1991 Source: European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience, v.240, no.4-5 (1991), p.301-302 SIEC No: 19911189

Evidence was found for the role of social integration in affecting suicide rates both in a time-series analysis & in a regional analysis for the Austro-Hungarian Empire in the nineteenth & early twentieth centuries. The social correlates of the homicide rates were, however, quite different from those of the suicide rates. (6 refs.)