Netflix Northwestern Study About Suicide in 13 Reasons Why

Netflix Northwestern Study About Suicide in 13 Reasons Why

Mar 24, 2018 · Wright and 13 Reasons Why showrunner and creator Brian Yorkey sat down to discuss the study’s findings at a panel in NYC on Wednesday, …

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Multinational survey: How teens, parents respond to

A new study of more than 5,000 teens, young adults and parents in four regions of the world found that watching the series “13 Reasons Why” prompted teen and parent conversations about bullying, suicide and mental health.

13 Reasons Why Controversy Positive Teen Impact Study

In the video below, Riley, 19, whose school initiated the suicide prevention project «13 Reasons Why Not,» shares her own testimony of dealing with an abusive relationship while in high school.

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Exploring how teens and parents responded to 13 Reasons Why

Specifically, after viewing 13 Reasons Why, these viewers reported seeking information about sexual assault (48%), depression (47%), suicide (46%), bullying (44%), and supporting others (55%).

Netflix Releases 13 Reasons Why Study Results For Season 2

The study concluded that 71% of teens and young adults found 13 Reasons Why and the issues it tackles, which range from bullying to sexual assault to peer pressure and suicide, to be relatable. It also stated that 75% of those teens and young adults said the …

Netflix shares ’13 Reasons Why’ survey, further resources

Mar 21, 2018 · Watch video · A study from Northwestern University found that Netflix’s ’13 Reasons Why’ got teenagers talking about topics like mental health, assault, and bullying.

’13 Reasons Why’ on Netflix used in teen suicide risk study

Study links ’13 Reasons Why’ to increased teen suicide risk Teens already considered at risk of suicide may have heightened feelings of self-harm due to certain television shows, a new study has

Study Claims Netflix Original Series ‘13 Reasons Why

9 days ago · The study comes months after Northwestern University published research, commissioned by Netflix, to look into the show’s impact on viewers. That study found that many viewers could relate to the material and that it helped facilitate conversations …

13 Reasons Why season 2 tries and fails to make amends for

Netflix. Northwestern’s study of 13 Reasons Why, written by three professors with backgrounds in communications and psychology, seems to show that it was by and large beneficial. “13 Reasons

Netflix’s ’13 Reasons Why’ Linked to Increase in Suicide

Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why was a hit for the streamer when it was released in March 2017. For a company built on buzz, the series generated massive amounts of conversation, including 11 million

13 Reasons Why Suicide Controversy: Netflix Cast Issues

Mar 22, 2018 · «13 Reasons Why is a fictional series that tackles tough, real-world issues, taking a look at sexual assault, substance abuse, suicide, and more,» …

Study: Controversial Content In ’13 Reasons Why’ Sparks

Mar 21, 2018 · 13 Reasons Why, the controversial Netflix series inspired by Jay Asher’s young adult novel, inspired a great deal of both buzz and backlash when …

Netflix Announces New Suicide Resources for ’13 Reasons

Ahead of season 2 of controversial teen suicide drama “13 Reasons Why,” Netflix has announced new sensitivity measures to address the real life issues the show dramatizes. In a statement

’13 Reasons Why’ Season 2 to Address Suicide Controversy

Watch video · Netflix has made several changes surrounding the forthcoming second season of 13 Reasons Why — but the authenticity of the streamer’s hit teen drama will remain in tact.