Death, Dying and Bereavement by Donna L Dickenson
(Published in association with The Open University)

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`The book does give a broad overview of many of the issues around death, dying and bereavement. It raises the reader's awareness and encourages deeper investigation at every level. It is easy to read and therefore accessible to a wide audience. In all it is a very useful addition to the literature' - Changes

`A fine course reader for the Open University course on Death and Dying. It is a collection of articles from every perspective' - Social Innovations

`Provides a richly woven tapestry of personal, professional and literary accounts of death, dying and bereavement' - Health Psychology Update

`Easy to read and refer to; it can be read in sections and made me


About Donna L Dickenson

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Professor Donna Dickenson is one of the world's leading authorities in bioethics. She won the International Spinoza Lens Award for her campaigning work. She has worked at Oxford and Yale, and is now based at Birkbeck College, London.
Published April 14, 1993 by SAGE Publications Ltd. 336 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Self Help. Non-fiction