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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AS WE THINK ABOUT DEATH I
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WHAT IS DEATH?
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