Readings in Thanatology
John D. Morgan
Baywood Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1997 - Psychology - 589 pages
Thirty-five readings on death and dying are divided sections on North American death attitudes, the care of the terminally ill, bereavement, children and death, questions of values, and suicide. Each section includes an introduction by Dr. Morgan the coordinator of the King's College Center for Educ
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