Death, Society, and Human Experience
Allyn and Bacon, 1998 - 441 pages
New edition of a text which examines our relationship to death by drawing upon scholarship and research as well as on the words of people who have found themselves in the middle of death-related situations. Fifteen chapters discuss subjects including the death system, causes of death, transition fro
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Review: Death, Society, and Human ExperienceAvis d'utilisateur - Lynda - Goodreads
A good survey text on death and dying from a cross-cultural perspective. Undergraduate textbook feel. Picked it up second hand as a discard at a university book sale. Never read it end to end, but found it an interesting read to pick up and spend half an hour with from time to time. Consulter l'avis complet
Review: Death, Society, and Human ExperienceAvis d'utilisateur - Melissa Perkins - Goodreads
While the information in this book was useful in a class on "Death and Dying," the fact that it was written in first person and contained numerous references to the author's prior works made it ... Consulter l'avis complet
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