Death and Dying: A Bibliographical Survey

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TITLE INDEX
The numbers following the citations refer to entry numbers rather than page numbers.
A Bibliography of Books on Death, Bereavement, Loss and Grief: 1935- 1968, 8024
A Book of Condolences: From the Private Letters of Illustrious People, 4506
A Borneo Journey into Death: Berawan Eschatology from its Rituals, 1311
A Child's Parent Dies: Studies in Childhood Bereavement, 3053
A Collection of American Epitaphs and Inscriptions with Occasional Notes, 4413
A Comprehensive Guide for Cancer Patients and Their Families, 3256
A Crisis to Grow On, 3025
A Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life: in Israel, in Judaism, and in Christianity, 2197
A Critique of the Death Instinct, 1177
A Cross-Cultural View of Widowhood, 1278
A Cry of Absence, 2033
A Death in the Family, 3035
A Death in the Sánchez Family, 4192
A Definition of Irreversible Coma, 4486
A Descent into the Maelström, 6029
A Factor Analytic Inquiry into the Multidimensionality of Death Anxiety, 1213
A Family Systems Approach to Grief, 4180
A Gentle Death: Personal Caregiving to the Terminally Ill, 3413
A Grief Observed, 2132, 2139
A Guide to Interviewing the Bereaved, 3226
A Guide to Resources in Perinatal Bereavement, 8001
A Handbook for the Study of Suicide, 3577
A History of Human Responses to Death: Mythologies, Rituals, and Ethics, 1046
A Hospice Handbook: A New Way to Care for the Dying, 3394
A Japanese Mirror: Heroes and Villians of Japanese Culture, 1287
A Lament for a Son, 4218
A Legal Guide to the Living Will: Selected Case Law and Commentary on Medical Treatment/Non-Treatment of the Terminally Ill, 3631
A Letter of Consolation, 4515
A Little Myth Is A Dangerous Thing: Research in the Service of the Dying, 7015
A Manual and Guide for Those Who Conduct a Humanist Funeral Service, 4389
A Method for Doing Grief-Work with Families Who Have Had a Child Die with Cancer, 4209
A Multitude of Voices: Funerals and the Clergy, 4416
A Note on Interviews with Children Facing Imminent Death, 5023
A Nursing Model for the Hospice: Primary and Self-Care Nursing, 3408
A Pearl of Christian Counsel for the Brokenhearted, 1087
A Psychiatric Model for BereavementCounseling

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Table of contents

  • Recent Titles in Bibliographies and Indexes in Religious Studies ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword xi
  • Foreword xv
  • Preface xix
  • Development and Direction of Thanatology Literature xxiii
  • Chapter 1 General Works: Span and Style of Life, Ancient and Modern 1
  • Chapter 2 Philosophical Theology 89
  • Chapter 3 Counseling the Terminally Ill 173
  • Chapter 4 Grief 305
  • Chapter 5 Caretaking Professions 409
  • Chapter 6 Education for Death 417
  • Chapter 7 Research and Evaluation 445
  • Chapter 8 Bibliographies 451
  • Title Index 479
  • Subject Index 507
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