Young People'S Experiences Of Loss And Bereavement: Towards An Interdisciplinary Approach
This timely book provides the first in-depth, interdisciplinary overview of our knowledge and theorizing of bereavement and young people including the voices of young people, as well as major statistical studies of cohorts of young people followed over many years.
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Ribbens McCarthy, Jane
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