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by Jeanette Auger
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Death & Grief
  • Author:
    Jeanette Auger
  • ISBN:
    1552660281
  • ISBN13:
    978-1552660287
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  • Publisher:
    Fernwood Publishing Co., Ltd. (September 1, 2000)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Death & Grief
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Death is inevitable, but our perspectives about death and dying are socially constructed.

Death is inevitable, but our perspectives about death and dying are socially constructed. Topics include euthanasia and medically assisted death, palliative care and hospices, the high incidence of opioid deaths, the impact of cyber bullying Death is inevitable, but our perspectives about death and dying are socially constructed.

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Drawing on aspects of social anthropology, history, and the social and behavioural sciences, the book examines the customs, attitudes and beliefs surrounding death and dying

Drawing on aspects of social anthropology, history, and the social and behavioural sciences, the book examines the customs, attitudes and beliefs surrounding death and dying. Emphasis is placed on the unique experience of death for each individual, and the book highlights the challenges faced by those who work with people who are dying or those who have experienced loss through death. In addition, each chapter ends with some reflective questions that allow the reader to consider certain issues at a more personal level.

Neumann leads us through the complicated legal, religious, and ethical labyrinths that surround dying in. .

Neumann leads us through the complicated legal, religious, and ethical labyrinths that surround dying in America, revealing the ways by which we measure the value of life. Colin Dickey, author of Afterlives of the Saints. Ann was 37 when she returned home to help care for her 60 year old father who was dying of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. After refusing the last ditch chemo effort, he chose to go home to die.

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Exploring the social and cultural perspectives on death and dying, this fascinating study challenges the reader to examine their own thoughts and feelings towards the inevitable. Arguing for acceptance and even celebration, this cross-cultural look at a natural phase in life covers a myriad of important issuesincluding historical attitudes, hospice palliative care, euthanasia, funeral practices, suicide, bereavement, and legal issues.

Drawing on aspects of social anthropology, history, and the social and behavioural sciences, the book examines .

Drawing on aspects of social anthropology, history, and the social and behavioural sciences, the book examines the customs, attitudes and beliefs surrounding death and dying.

Social death is the condition of people not accepted as fully human by wider society

Social death is the condition of people not accepted as fully human by wider society. It is used by sociologists such as Zygmunt Bauman and historians of slavery and the Holocaust to describe the part played by governmental and social segregation in that process. Examples of social death are: Racial and gender exclusion, persecution, slavery, and apartheid.

Navigating the maze of issues, both social and personal, which surround death and dying in our country, this book examines how Canadian cultures deal with concepts relating to death and challenges readers to examine their own thoughts, feelings, and fears about death and dying.