The Social Representations of Death: A Study with Cancer Patients, Family Members, and Healthy Individuals

  • Clelia Maria Nascimento Schulze
Part of the Recent Research in Psychology book series (PSYCHOLOGY)

Abstract

The topic of death has been much studied recently, especially by physicians (Kubler-Ross, 1970; Parkes, 1972; Saunders, 1985; Twycross, 1985) and others involved in counseling dying patients, and the bereaved.

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