In the overall title of this book, the term ‘grief’ refers both to the experience of a person facing their own death and to the experience of those who survive the death of another. Some authors (e.g. Seale 1998) suggest that the process is essentially the same, an argument that is outlined below. In line with the dominant trend in the literature (Cowles and Rodgers 1993), however, grief is linked here — and in the overall structure of this book — with bereavement, and thus with the experience of those who survive the death of another person.
KeywordsSocial Care Attachment Theory Attachment Behaviour Dead Person Bereave Child
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