Coping with the Final Tragedy: Cultural Variation in Dying and Grieving

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David R. Counts, Dorothy Ayers Counts
Baywood Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1991 - Social Science - 326 pages
Emphasizes on various cultural diversities, and the remarkable varieties in the ways that people understood and experience death and grief. This work features articles that demonstrate these differences and provide insight into human resourcefulness and ingenuity as people cope with death, the final tragedy.

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