Understanding Dying, Death, and Bereavement

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Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1998 - Bereavement - 518 pages
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This work approaches the subject of death and dying from a social-psychological perspective while examining the social meanings of dying and death. It addresses such issues as religion and death attitudes, the dying process, euthanasia, bereavement, burial practices, and death perceptions from childhood through older adulthood. This edition has been updated to include information and statistics on death etiology and life expectancy.

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There's book education and applied education; this, unfortunately, was the former and not so much of the latter. Read full review

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