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Death and Dying
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Brabant, Sarah. 2010. “Death and Dying”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.



Death and dying are components of life and living and are sociological, as well as, psychological/physiological in character. They constitute a crisis for society, for groups, and for the individual and, thus, engender cultural, as well as, personal responses. Each of us, then, confronts, accepts, or denies death and/or dying...

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