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by Hannelore Wass,Robert A. Neimeyer

eBook Dying: Facing the Facts (Series in Death, Dying, and Bereavement) epub
  • ISBN: 1560322853
  • Author: Hannelore Wass,Robert A. Neimeyer
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis; 3 edition (April 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 486 pages
  • ePUB size: 1536 kb
  • FB2 size 1192 kb
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Dying: Facing the Facts. Hannelore Wass, Robert A. Neimeyer

Dying: Facing the Facts. Neimeyer. The second section represents the core of the book, offering detailed surveys of the "data" of death, dying and bereavement as they relate to different phases of our encounter with death as an abstract possibility and concrete reality.

Techniques of Grief Therapy (Series in Death, Dying, and Bereavement). Family Focused Grief Therapy: A Model of Family-Centred Care during Palliative Care and Bereavement (Facing Death). Most important is the recognition that timely support for families faced with major loss can restore the family as a continuing support to its members, thereby reducing the need for long-term care from psychiatric and other services. Colin Murray Parkes, consultant psychiatrist emeritus at St. Christopher's Hospice and life president of Cruse Bereavement Care.

Robert A. Neimeyer, PhD, is a professor in the department of psychology at the University of Memphis, where he also maintains an active clinical practice. A published poet, Neimeyer’s most recent book of verse is titled The Art of Longing. Series: Series in Death, Dying, and Bereavement.

Care of the dying: The hospice approach. Grief and mourning: Accommodating to loss. In H. Wass & R. A. Neimeyer (Ed., Dying: Facing the facts (3rd e. pp. 211–241). 143–163). Washington, DC: Taylor & Francis. Moller, D. W. (1996). Confronting death: Values, institutions, and human mortality. New York: Oxford University Press. Nuland, S. B. (1994). 89–116).

Facing the Facts (Series in Death Education, Aging, and Health Care). Published April 1, 1995 by Taylor & Francis. Underlying the kaleidoscope of death perspectives presented in this book are hints of a multidisciplinary core.

Dying: Facing the Facts. A series of topics typically considered in a standard course on death and dying is examined, choosing examples which might commonly be said to be taken from the philosophical and from the nonphilosophical sections of the course. Our aim should be to try to minimize weaknesses, and to attempt to consolidate and to develop strengths.

Dying : Facing the Facts. This work provides an up-to-date examination of the ways people face dying and bereavement. DEATH EDUCATION 2 (Series in Death Education, Aging and Health Care).

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Dying: Facing the Facts Series in death education, aging, and health care, ISSN 0275-3510. Hannelore Wass, Felix M. Berardo, Robert A. Berardo.

This work provides an up-to-date examination of the ways people face dying and bereavement. In this third edition previous chapters are throrughly revised, and new contributors expand areas that have changed significantly.

Reflecting the field's complex interdisciplinary character, the chapters cover such diverse areas as psychology, nursing, medicine, AIDS, family studies, sociology, education, philosophy, law, religion, the humanities and political science, whilst highlighting thanatology's core psychological and therapeutic caregiving dimensions.

First, the text offers broad examinations of death systems from the vantage points of various cultural, historical and disciplinary perspectives.

The second section represents the core of the book, offering detailed surveys of the "data" of death, dying and bereavement as they relate to different phases of our encounter with death as an abstract possibility and concrete reality.

Next are chapters addressing a cluster of death-related issues and challenges that confront us at both a societal and individual level - such as AIDS - and finally the volume closes with a few reflections on the complexity of contemporary thanatology, framing some issues and recommendations that deserve greater attention by scholars, researchers, policy makers and practitioners. Also included is a comprehensive resource bibliography on the topic.

This text is intended to be of use as a resource for all those interested in reading about death studies, both professionals and students alike.

Comments: (2)
Vrion
Most of us seem to ignore the inevitability of the death of anything, pretending that the fairytale ending "and they lived happily ever after" is possible in real life. Through acceptance of dying, we can gain appreciation and acceptance of living and dying.
In the closing words of this comprehensive book, Dr. Hannelore Wass and Dr. Neimeyer write, "We hope that the reader ... will join in developing more satisfying scholarly and personal responses to the human encounter with death." The contributors to this study invite us to "enter the complex, ethical, legal, medical, and psychosocial debates" surrounding living and dying.
An AAAS Science Books & Films review commends "the editors and authors for producing such a cogent work that integrates the ritual, ethical, political, business, research, biologic, psychologic, technologic, religious, historic, philosophic, heuristic, social, economic, legal, and demographic complexities associated with death in contemporary times."
Cheber
The book was in pristine condition and delivered promptly. It is a source of valuable information. particularly in the area of education and working with families and children..
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