21--Grief:  Cross-Cultural Understandings & Help

African, Asian, Hispanic, Native Indian customs of bereavement:  a guide for providing cross-cultural assistance.  Washington, DC:  AARP, 1990.  American Association of Retired Persons.  24p.

Berdes, Celia M.  Social services for the aged, dying and bereaved in international perspective.  Washington, DC:  International Federation on Ageing, 1978.  82p.

Brice, Carleen.  Lead me home:  an African American's guide through the grief journey.  New York:  Avon Books, 1999. 

Counts, David R., & Dorothy A. Counts, eds.  Coping with the final tragedy:  cultural variation in dying and grieving.  Amityville, NY:  Baywood Pub. Co., 1991.  326p.

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.

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.

Morgan, John D., ed.  Personal care in an impersonal world:  a multidimensional look at bereavement.  Amityville, NY:  Baywood Pub. Co., 1993.  261p.

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, Pittu Laungani & Bill Young.  Death and bereavement across cultures.  London;  New York:  Routledge, 1997.  261p.

Parkin, Rebecca, & Karen  Dunne-Maxim.  Child survivors of suicide:  a guidebook for those who care for them.  Drawings by Ted Zagraniski done at age 9.  New Jersey:  R. Parkin, 1995.  20p.

Platt, Larry A., & V. Richard Persico, Jr., eds.  Grief in cross-cultural perspective:  a casebook.  New York:  Garland Pub., 1992.  428p.

Smith, Sharon Hines.  African American daughters and elderly mothers:  examining experiences of grief, loss, and bereavement.  New York:  Garland Pub., 1998.  192p.  Doctoral thesis, University of Pennsylvania, 1996.