Provide a 8 pages analysis while answering the following question: Why do people commit suicide Discuss in relation to Durkheims work. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide. An abstract is required. Credited as the father of Sociology, Durkheim is accredited for making tangible contributions in Sociological research. His work on suicide remains to be one of the works that have changed the manner in which the theme has been understood in the society, as well altered the manner in which sociological research has been carried out in Sociology. This is to mean that Durkheim is of the opinion that suicide can be discussed on a social science point of view. Additionally, suicide can not only be discussed on a biological and psychological point of view but based on social facts.This paper shall aim at discussing the social causes of suicide, and the degree to which these facts can be ascribed or related with social issues. With the backing of arguments of other scholars who second the propositions by Durkheim, this paper shall also endeavor to assess the weight of these propositions in regard to social facts that cause suicide. The work shall also weigh the critics of the propositions by Durkheim, and whether they neutralize the facts or not. Finally, the paper shall take a stand on suicide and Durkheim.In the work compiled by Bryant (2003: 840), a huge percentage of persons who commit suicide are indicated to have suffered from depression. This has been linked to mood disarrays among these personalities. Due to tragic events such as death of loved ones, a lot of persons tend to suffer from depression, and ultimately suicidal attempts Bryant (2003: 840).The middle aged, whites and men are the most likely victims of suicide as evident in the work of Smith (2012: 1) who carried out his research from random interviewees. This relates to this group of persons not having the ability to act impulsively in times of predicaments in their lives.The family also plays a huge role regarding suicide rates (Sigelman & Rider, 2011: s3).This relates to marriage, family size and suicide rates.