Older Adults' Views on Death

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Springer Pub., 2002 - Psychology - 390 pages
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This empirically-based study of older adults ranging in age from 70 - 90 years examines the influence of family relations, religious beliefs, age-related health changes, culture, and more, on personal death meanings, fears of death, and views of the dying process.

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1 Demographic Characteristics
21
Sociocultural Meanings of Death
35
Personal Meanings of Death
70
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