The reviewer E. Sena, who writes "I strongly disagree with associating Suicide Victims with being Cowards," is correct. But E. Sena does not appear to be talking about The Copycat Effect, but their own personal feelings. The Copycat Effect talks of "vulnerable" people, yes, but never, not once, labels anyone a "coward."
Just a clarification, as the book concerns itself with the triggering effect of contagion via the media, and only senstively discusses all people, whether the suicide victims, the shooters, the people left behind, or any others of those who are killed or survive.
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