Anomic suicide refers to suicide undertaken when society is unable or unwilling to help its members in regulating their desires ; a sociological category in which suicide is said to arise from social underregulation or sudden withdrawal of social control (lawlessness or normless). Anomic suicide is committed by people who experience a severe disorientation and role confusion because of a large change in their relationship to society

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