Loneliness: a sourcebook of current theory, research, and therapy
This compendium offers a wide range of in-depth research into loneliness and its treatment. Sociologists and psychologists address issues such as the difference between loneliness and being alone, the various types of loneliness, why people become lonely, and how the lonely can be helped. A selected bibliography on loneliness is also included.
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PERSPECTIVES ON LONELINESS
CONCEPTUAL AND METHODOLOGICAL
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