Young People's Experiences of Loss and Bereavment: Towards an Interdisciplinary Approach

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McGraw-Hill Education, 2006 - FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS - 251 pages

Whether you're a health care workers or a family therapist, you'll find a treasure trove of insight into how young people deal with the deaths of loved ones. Young People's Experience of Loss and Bereavement examines what we know about this overlooked subject, which is a key area of growth in health and welfare. It draws together a range of existing research and includes narrative-based case studies to compose a comprehensive, critical overview of various theories and research, pointing to exciting new possibilities in the field.

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Young people death and bereavement in contemporary
Bereavement as a risk factor in young peoples lives

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Jane Ribbens McCarthy is a lecturer in qualitative methods at the Open University, United Kingdom.

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