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MythConceptions Concerning DeathRelated Behavior
Dying as a SocialSymbolic Process
Mormon Behavior Through
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abstract accept analysis anti-immortalists aspects audience Baptist basic beliefs Bereavement biological body biological death biological determinism biological deterministic biological factors Catholic component concept concern conclusion condition Congregational death anxiety death control death rates death-related behavior decisions defined empirical Episcopalian Ernest Becker euthanasia evaluations experience external system fact fear of death Feifel function Glenn Homans human behavior illness immortalists important individual influence instinct interaction interpretation involved ISAS Jewish label living Lutheran Malinowski meaning medically-oriented mercy killing Methodist moral Mormon myth MYTH-CONCEPTION negative orientation patient patterns Percent answering Percent Percent Independent Percent Percent Percent person perspective phenomenon position premise Presbyterian preservation Protestant question Radcliffe-Brown relationship religion religious response to symbols ritual Seventh-day Adventist sick role situation social death social-symbolic socially constructed society Sociology statement suggests supernatural Symbolic Interactionist Thanatology theory Total Non-Jewish University of Utah Utah value definitions variables Vernon York