Anthology--Table of Contents

Grief in a Family Context -- HPER F460/F560

Unit 1 -- What is Grief?

Attig, T. (2001). Relearning the world: Making and finding meaning. In R. A. Neimeyer, Meaning reconstruction & the experience of loss (pp. 33-54), Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Gilbert, K. R. & Smart, L. S. (1992). Grief on the individual level: The grieving process. In K. R. Gilbert, & L. S. Smart, Coping with infant or fetal loss: The couple's healing process (pp. 27-49), New York: Brunner/Mazel Pub. Co.

Murray, C. I. (2001). Loss and attachment, trauma and grief: Issues for the international study of stressor events. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council on Family Relations, Rochester, NY.

Unit 2 -- Family Context of Grief

Gilbert, K. R. (1995). Family loss and grief. In R. D. Day, K. R. Gilbert, B. H. Settles, & W. R. Burr, (Eds.), Research and theory in family science (pp. 304-318), Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole Pub. Co.

Gilbert, K. R. (1996). 'We've had the same loss, why don't we have the same grief?' Loss and differential grief in families. Death Studies, 20, 269-283.

Lipton, S. T. (June 30, 1995). The mourning gradient. Ethnic News Watch, 60-.

Unit 3 -- Culture

Koenig, B. A., Gates-Williams, J. (1995). Understanding cultural differences in caring for dying patients, West J Med, 163, 244-249.

Rosenblatt, P. C. (1993). Cross-cultural variation in the experience, expression, and understanding of grief. In D. P. Irish, K. F. Lundquist, V. J. Nelsen, (Eds.) Ethnic varations in dying, death and grief: Diversity in universality (pp. 13-19), Wash. D. C.: Taylor & Francis.

Shapiro, E. R. (1996). Family bereavement and cultural diversity: A social developmental perspective. Family Process, 35, 313-332.

Unit 4 -- Developmental Issues #1

McClanahan, R. (1998). Children writing grief. Southern Review, 34, 125-140.

Prong, L. L. (1995). Childhood bereavement among Cambodians: Cultural considerations. The Hospice Journal, 10, 51-64.

Wolfert, A. (1983). Children's understanding and response to death (with caregiver behavior). In A. Wolfert, Helping children cope with grief (19-50), Bristol, PA: Accelerated Development.

Unit 5 -- Developmental Issues #2

Kagan(Klein), H. (1998). The emergence of a new model: Parental grief as a normal response (pp. 113-123). In H. Kagan(Klein), Gili's book: A readjustment model of parental bereavement. Teachers College Press, Columbia University.

Kagan(Klein), H. (1998). The readjustment model of parental bereavement: Inward and outward steps (pp. 124-121). In H. Kagan(Klein),Gili's book: A readjustment model of parental bereavement. Teachers College Press, Columbia University.

Kagawa-Singer, J. (1994). Diverse cultural beliefs and practices about death and dying in the elderly. Gerontology and Geriatric Education, 15, 101-116.

Unit 6 -- Roles and Relationships

Klass, D. (1993). Solace and immortality: Bereaved parents' continuing bond with their children, Death Studies, 17, 343-368.

Rosenblatt, P. C. (1993) Grief that does not end. In In D. Klass, P. R. Silverman, & S. L. Nickman, Continuing bonds: New understandings of grief. (pp. 45-58), Wash. D. C.: Taylor & Francis.

Rosenblatt, P. C. (1993) Grief: The social context of private feelings. In M. S. Stoebe, W. Stroebe, R. O. Hansson (Eds.) Handbook of bereavement: Theory, research and intervention (pp. 102-111), Cambridge University Press.

Unit 7 -- Gender

Thomas, P. (1996). Big boys don't cry? Mental health and the politics of gender, Journal of Mental Health, 5, 107-110.

McGoldrick, M. (2004). Gender and mourning. In F. Walsh & M. McGoldrick, (Eds.) Living beyond loss: Death in the family (pp. 99-118). New York: W. W. Norton & Co.

Unit 8 -- Complicated Grief in Families

(Re-read) Gilbert, K. R. 'We've had the same loss, why don't we have the same grief?' Loss and differential grief in families.

Rando, T. A. (1992). The increasing prevalence of complicated mourning: The onslaught is just beginning, Omega, 26, 43-59.

Unit 9 -- Ambiguous Loss and Disenfranchised Grief

Boss, P. (2004). Ambiguous loss. In F. Wash & M. McGoldrick (Eds.), Living beyond loss: Death in the family (2nd ed.) (pp. 237-246), New York: Norton.

Doka, K. J. (2002). Introduction. In K. J. Doka (Ed.), Disenfranchised grief: Recognizing hidden sorrow (pp. 3-11), Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

Werner-Lin, A., & Moro, T. (2004). Unacknowledged and stigmatized losses. In F. Wash & M. McGoldrick (Eds.), Living beyond loss: Death in the family (2nd ed.) (pp. 248-271), New York: Norton.

Unit 10 -- Chronic Grief (or is it Periodic Grief?)

Kearney, P. M, & Griffin, T. (2001). Between joy and sorrow: Being a parent of a child with a developmental disability. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 34, 582-592..

Lindgren, C. L., Burke, M. L., Hainsworth, M. A., & Eakes, G. G. (1992). Chronic sorrow: A lifespan concept, Scholarly Inquiry for nursing Practice: An International Journal, 6, 27-40.

Olshansky, S. (1962). Chronic sorrow: A response to having a mentally defective child, Social Casework, 43, 190-193.

Teel, C. S. (1991). Chronic sorrow: Analysis of the concept, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 16, 1311-1319.

Unit 11 -- Anticipated Losses and Anticipatory Grief

Rolland, J. S. (1990). Anticipatory loss: A family systems developmental framework, Family Process, 29, 229-244.

Rolland, J. S. (2004). Helping families with anticipatory loss and terminal illness. In F. Wash & M. McGoldrick (Eds.), Living beyond loss: Death in the family (2nd ed.) (pp. 214-236), New York: Norton.

Unit 12 -- Traumatic Loss and Grief

Eisenbruch, M. (1991). From Post-traumatic stress disorder to cultural bereavement: Diagnosis of southeast Asian refugees, Soc. Sci. Med., 33, 673-680.

Gilbert, K. R. (2005). When a couple loses a child, in D. R. Catherall, (Ed.). Family stressors: Interventions for stress and trauma (pp. 1-30), New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Zur, J. (1996), From PTSD to voices in context: From and "experience-far" to an "experience-near" understanding of response to war and atrocity across cultures, The International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 42, 305- .

Unit 13 -- Making Decisions in a Family Context

Callahan, D., (1995). Frustrated mastery: The cultural context of death in America: Caring for patients at the end of life, West. J. Med., 163, 226-230.

Kirschbaum, M. S., (1996). Life support decisions for children: What do parents value? Advances in Nursing Science, 19, 51-72.

Gauthier, D. M. (2005). Decision making near the end of life. Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing, 2, 82-90.

Unit 14 -- Ceremonies and Rituals for Connection and Closure

Doka, K. J. (1993). The spiritual crisis of bereavement. In K. J. Doka (ed.) Death and spirituality, (pp. 185-193), Amityville, NY: Baywood.

Hazell, L. V. (1998). Cross-cultural funeral rites, The Forum Newsletter, 24(3), 1, 10-11.

Imber-Black, E. (2004). Rituals and the healing process. In F. Wash & M. McGoldrick (Eds.), Living beyond loss: Death in the family (2nd ed.) (pp. 341-3), New York: Norton.

Vasquez, R. (1995). Remembrance of a son, Family & Conciliation Courts Review, 35, 245-246.

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