Books in category Social Science – Death & Dying

  • The Evolution of Death

    The Evolution of Death
    Stanley Shostak

  • Pediatric Palliative Care Global Perspectives

    Pediatric Palliative Care: Global Perspectives
    Caprice Knapp, Vanessa Madden, Susan Fowler-Kerry

    The first of its kind, this book describes pediatric palliative care in more than 23 countries.

  • Overcoming Loss

    Overcoming Loss
    Julia Sorensen

    Overcoming Loss is a photocopiable resource that addresses childrens' feeling of loss, which can arise from changing communities, schools, moving house, divorce or the death of a parent or grandparent.

  • Sacred Grief

    Sacred Grief
    Leslee Tessmann

    " –Jill Carroll, Ph.D., Executive Director, Boniuk Center for the Study and Advancement of Religious Tolerance, Rice University Learn more about this book at Another great self-help book from Loving Healing press www …

  • The Survivor s Guide

    The Survivor’s Guide
    V. K. Thornton

    Thornton brings more than a decade of experience in human resources and financial education to an extremely emotional issue–that of what a person needs to know when someone close to them dies.

  • Experiencing the Next World Now

    Experiencing the Next World Now
    Michael Grosso

    A philosopher and author of The Millennium Myth presents a compelling argument for the existence of an afterlife, explaining how such features as creativity are actually bridges to another plane and how to communicate with loved ones in the …

  • Raised in Captivity

    Raised in Captivity
    Nicky Silver

    "By a mile, the best new play of the season>"–John Heilpern, New York Observer.

  • Death Education and Research

    Death Education and Research
    W. G. Warren

    Thought-provoking, often controversial reviews of and reactions to the current general domain of death phenomena–specifically death education–are addressed in this book.

  • Supernatural Romance in Film

    Supernatural Romance in Film
    Richard Striner

    Though themes of love, death and the supernatural are mainstays in the history of cinema, this text represents the first scholarly work to address movies that explore all three.

  • Pioneer Cemeteries

    Pioneer Cemeteries
    Annette Stott

    Annette Stott traces this story through Rocky Mountain towns on the western frontier, from the unkempt “boot hills” of the early mining camps and cattle settlements to the more refined “fair mounts.” She shows how people from Asia, …

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