Governing Death and Loss

Governing Death and Loss

Political, economic, social, cultural and technological changes have led to profound transformations in the ways that death and loss are perceived and managed in contemporary society. The issues raised by these proposed changes are thoroughly examined in this book, with the resulting theories and good practice discussed in full.


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Publisher Oxford University Press, USA
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ISBN 0199586179
Pages 172 pages
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