18--Grief & Death Issues, Identity & Education Theory

--- See also the sections:  “Grief:  the dying…” & “Hospice…”

Anderson, Patricia June, ed.  All of us:  Americans talk about the meaning of death.Patricia Anderson.  New York:  Delacorte Press, 1996.  364p.

Bender, David L., & Richard Hagen, eds.  Death & dying:  opposing viewpoints.  St. Paul, MN:  Greenhaven Press, 1985, 1980.  San Diego, CA:  Greenhaven Press, 1998.  191p.

Bradbury, Mary.  Representations of death:  a social psychological perspective.  Foreword by Rob Farr.  New York:  Routledge, 1999. 

Brandon, Heather, ed.  Casualties:  death in Viet Nam, anguish and survival in America.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1984.  357p.  Taped interviews with family and Vietnam (1961-1975) veterans.

Callari, Elizabeth S.  A gentle death:  personal caregiving to the terminally ill.  Greensboro, NC:  Tudor, 1986.  123p.

Carroll, David.  Living with dying:  a loving guide for family and close friends.  New York:  McGraw-Hill, 1985.  381p.  New York, NY:  Paragon House, 1991.  389p.

Charmaz, Kathy.  The social reality of death:  death in contemporary America.  Reading, MA:  Addison-Wesley, 1980.  335p.

Cook, Alicia Skinner, & Kevin Ann Oltjenbruns.  Dying and grieving:  life span and family perspectives.  New York:  Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1989.  491p.  2nd ed.  Fort Worth:  Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1998.  512p.

Corless, Inge B., Barbara B. Germino & Mary Pittman, eds.  A challenge for living:  dying, death, and bereavement.  Boston:  Jones and Bartlett, 1995.  408p.

Corless, Inge B., Barbara B. Germino & Mary Pittman, eds.  Dying, death, and bereavement:  theoretical perspectives and other ways of knowing.  Boston:  Jones and Bartlett, 1994.  412p.

Corr, Charles A., Clyde M. Nabe & Donna M. Corr.  Death and dying, life and living.  Pacific Grove, CA, USA:  Brooks/Cole Pub. Co., 1994.  2nd ed., 1997, 659p.  3rd ed.  Belmont, CA:  Wadsworth Pub. Co., 2000.  661p.

Current concepts in psycho-oncology:  syllabus of the postgraduate course, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer  Center, September 17-19, 1984, New York City.  Director, Jimmie C. Holland;  co-directors, Mary Jane Massie & Lynna M. Lesko.  New York, NY:  The  Center, 1984.  131p.  Cancer, pain & grief.

Dollimore, Jonathan.  Death, desire, and loss in Western culture.  New York:  Routledge, 1998.  384p.

Ewens, James, & Patricia Herrington.  Elisabeth Knbler-Ross and Josefina B. Magno present  hospice:  a handbook for families and others facing terminal illness.  Photography by Don Doll.  Santa Fe, NM:  Bear, 1982.  242p.

Ezell, Gene, & David J. Anspaugh, Judy Oaks.  Dying & death:  from a health and sociological perspective.  Scottsdale, AZ:  Gorsuch Scarisbrick, 1987.  218p.

Figley, Charles R., ed.  Traumatology of grieving:  conceptual, theoretical, and treatment foundations.  Philadelphia, PA:  Brunner/Mazel, 1999.  230p.

Frankiel, Rita V., ed.  Essential papers on object loss.  New York:  New York University Press, 1994.  547p.

Fulton, Robert, & Robert Bendiksen, eds.  Death and identity.  Bowie, MD:  Charles Press, 1976.  448p.  3rd ed.  Philadelphia:  Charles Press, 1994.  459p.

Gerber, Irwin, Lillian G. Kutscher, et al, eds.  Perspectives on bereavement.  New York:  Arno Press, 1979.  296p.

Ginn, Charles W.  Voices of loss:  looking at type series.  Gainesville, FL:  Center for Applications of  Psychological Type, 1994.  56p.

Goldberg, Ivan K., Austin H. Kutscher, Sidney Malitz & Lilliam G. Kutscher, eds.  Pain, anxiety, and grief:  pharmacotherapeutic care of the dying patient and the bereaved.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 1986.  228p.

Hardegree, Greg D.  When death is imminent.  Abilene, TX:  S.H.M. Pub., 1995.  60p.  Christian.

Harvey, John H., ed.  Perspectives on loss:  a sourcebook.  Philadelphia:  Brunner/Mazel, 1998.  361p.

Heiss, Gayle.  Finding the way home:  a compassionate approach to illness.  Fort Bragg, CA:  QED Press, 1997.  288p.

Justice, William G.  When your patient dies.  St. Louis, MO:  Catholic Health Association of the United  States, 1984.  54p.

Kamerman, Jack B.  Death in the midst of life:  social and cultural  influences on death, grief, and mourning.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-Hall, 1988.  160p.

Kubler-Ross, Elisabeth.  On life after death.  Berkeley, CA:  Celestial Arts, 1991.  82p.

Longaker, Christine.  Facing death and finding hope:  a guide to the emotional and spiritual care of the dying.  New York:  Doubleday, 1997.  262p.

McClure, George W.  Sorrow and consolation in Italian humanism.  Princeton, NJ:  Princeton University Press, 1991.  311p.

Morgan, John D., ed.  Meeting the needs of our clients creatively:  the impact of art and culture on caregiving.  Amityville, NY:  Baywood Pub. Co., 2000.  313p.

Norrgard, Lee E., & Jo DeMars.  Final choices:  making end-of-life decisions.  Santa Barbara, CA:  ABC-CLIO, 1992.  258p.

Oates, Martha D.  Death in the school community:  a handbook for counselors, teachers, and administrators.  Alexandria, VA:  American Counseling Association, 1993.  129p.

Parkes, Colin Murray, Marilyn Relf & Ann Couldrick.  Counselling in terminal care and bereavement.  Leicester:  BPS Books;  Baltimore, MD:  P.H. Brookes, 1996.  205p.

Parrish-Harra, Carol Elizabeth.  The new age handbook on death and dying.  San Bernardino, CA:  Borgo Press, 1989.  196p.

Pratt, Mandy, & Michelle J. M. Wood.  Art therapy in palliative care:  the creative response.  London;  New York:  Routledge, 1998.  202p.

Rando, Therese A.  Grief, dying, and death:  clinical interventions for caregivers.  Foreword by J. William Worden.  Champaign, IL:  Research Press Co., 1984.  477p.

Ruitenbeek, Hendrik Marinus, ed.  Death and mourning:  interpretation of death.  Northvale, NJ:  J. Aronson, 1995.  286p.

Ruitenbeek, Hendrik Marinus, ed.  The interpretation of death.  New York:  J. Aronson, 1973.  286p.  Compendium of articles by several experts.

Sanders, Pete, & Steve Myers.  Death and dying.  Brookfield, CT:  Copper Beech Books, 1998.  32p.

Schneider, John.  Stress, loss, and grief:  understanding their origins and growth potential.  Baltimore:  University Park Press, 1984.  286p.

Shoshanna, Brenda.  Journey through illness & beyond.  New York:  Steppingstones Press, 1994.  141p.

Sowder, Barbara J., & Mary H. Lystad, eds.  Disasters and mental health.  Center for Mental Health Studies of Emergencies, National Institute of Mental Health.  Washington, DC:  American Psychiatric Press, 1986.  397p.

Speck, Peter W.  Loss and grief in medicine.  London:  BailliFre Tindall, 1978.  175p.

Stevens, Gwendolyn, & Sheldon Gardner.  Separation anxiety and the dread of abandonment in adult males.  Westport, CT:  Praeger, 1994.  192p.

Strack, Stephen, ed.  Death and the quest for meaning:  essays in honor of Herman Feifel.  Northvale, NJ:  J. Aronson, 1997.  408p.

Stroebe, Wolfgang, & Margaret S. Stroebe.  Bereavement and health:  the psychological and physical consequences of partner loss.  Cambridge;  New York:  Cambridge  University Press, 1987.  288p.

Tobin, Daniel R., & Karen Lindsey.  Peaceful dying:  the step-by-step guide to preserving your dignity, your choice, and your inner peace at the end of life.  Reading, MA:  Perseus Books 1999.  206p.  Based on Dan Tobin's 26-step program, which is designed to ease anxieties and turn the challenges of death into fulfilling legacies.

Volkan, Vamik D.  Linking objects and linking phenomena:  a study of the forms, symptoms, metapsychology, and therapy of complicated mourning.  Foreword by Harold F. Searles.  New York:  International Universities Press, 1981.  398p.

Vries, Brian de, ed.  End of life issues:  interdisciplinary and multidimensional perspectives.  New York:  Springer, 1999.  386p.

Warren, William George.  Death education and research:  critical perspectives.  New York:  Haworth Press, 1989.  212p.

Weenolsen, Patricia.  The art of dying:  how to leave this world with dignity and grace, at peace with yourself and your loved ones.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1996.  299p.

Weenolsen, Patricia.  Transcendence of loss over the life span.  New York:  Hemisphere Pub. Corp., 1988.  559p.

Whitfield, Barbara Harris.  Spiritual awakenings:  insights of the near-death  experience and other doorways to our soul.  Foreword by Charles L. Whitfield.  Deerfield Beach, FL:  Health Communications, 1995.  188p.

Williamson, John B., & Edwin S. Shneidman, eds.  Death:  current perspectives.  2nd ed.  Palo Alto, CA:  Mayfield Pub. Co., 1980.  557p.  3rd ed., 1984, 489p.  4th ed.  Mountain View, CA:  Mayfield Pub. Co., 1995.  487p.

Winters, Paul A., ed.  Death and dying:  opposing viewpoints.  San Diego, CA:  Greenhaven Press, 1998.  191p.

Young, Michael Dunlop, & Lesley Cullen.  A good death:  conversations with East Londoners.  London;  New York:  Routledge, 1996.  249p.

Young, Valerie.  Working with the dying and grieving.  Davis, CA:  International Dialogue Press, 1984.  205p.

Zisook, Sidney, ed.  Biopsychosocial aspects of bereavement.  Washington, DC:  American Psychiatric Press, 1987.  189p.