[Ebook] ↠ Death and Bereavement Across Cultures Author Colin Parkes – Submitalink.info

[Ebook] ↠ Death and Bereavement Across Cultures  Author Colin Parkes – Submitalink.info All Societies Have Their Own Customs And Beliefs Surrounding Death In The West, Traditional Ways Of Mourning Are Disappearing, And Though Science Has Had A Major Impact On Views Of Death, It Has Taught Us Little About The Way To Die Or To Grieve Many Who Come Into Contact With The Dying And The Bereaved From Other Cultures Are At A Loss To Know How To Offer Appropriate And Sensitive Support.Death And Bereavement Across Cultures, Provides A Handbook With Which To Meet The Needs Of Doctors, Nurses, Social Workers, Counsellors And Others Involved In The Care Of The Dying And Bereaved Written By International Authorities In The Field, This Important Text Describes The Rituals And Beliefs Of Major World Religions Explains Their Psychological And Historical Context Shows How Customs Change On Contact With The West Considers The Implications For The FutureThis Book Explores The Richness Of Mourning Traditions Around The World With The Aim Of Increasing The Understanding Which We All Bring To The Issue Of Death.


10 thoughts on “Death and Bereavement Across Cultures

  1. Bobby Bobby says:

    Though I m glad I read this book, it did not quite live up to the high hopes I had for this book The book sacrifices depth for the sake of breadth There are chapters covering death and bereavement rituals of Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, and Tibetan Buddhists Given that this book is only a little over 20


  2. Rick Rick says:

    It is almost 20 years old, but this collection of essays about funerary and other mourning customs in different cultures Jewish, Islamic, Christian, Hindu, Tibetan Buddhist, humanist, smaller societies is very helpful reading You might be surprised to learn how different the responses are to the deaths of infants, chil


  3. Samuel Snoek-Brown Samuel Snoek-Brown says:

    As a guide for hospice workers and end of life care providers, this book is sometimes woefully vague But given the ambitious scope of what it seeks to accomplish providing introductions to or overviews of cultural attitudes toward death and bereavement rituals across the world this is perhaps a necessary flaw in the book I grew


  4. Darcy Knight Darcy Knight says:

    This is a textbook on working with and understanding the views and practices of different cultures when it comes to death and dying Parts of it are quite good, especially that of the chapter on Tibetan Buddhism However, the chapter on Christian practices is weak and written by som...


  5. Eliza Eliza says:

    This book is written in a very sensitive and tactful manner, by a person s who have a greatdeal of cultural and spiritual understanding It gives an overview of all the main religions culturesand how they deal w...


  6. Michael Woods Michael Woods says:

    A very thoughtful look at the practice of bereavement across various religions and cultures I think it is the in depth approach that turns off some readers However, as a hospice chaplain and bereavement coordinator, I found the approach illuminating and helpful to my profession.


  7. RN Figueroa RN Figueroa says:

    read it as an assigment for grief counseling certifcation,, informative


  8. AndreaD& AndreaD& says:

    It was very informative informed the reader of different cultural and religious aspects Interesting


  9. Crystal Crystal says:

    Thorough and informational.


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