Browse By Publication: Death Studies
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Callisen, Christian Thorsten (2011) Questioning a "Compulsory Ontology of Pathology" regarding suicide and the suicidal. Death Studies, 35(6), pp. 569-576.
Callisen, Christian Thorsten (2011) The Tension between a constructed self and universal reason in considerations of elective death. Death Studies, 35(10), pp. 956-961.
Carpenter, Belinda J., Tait, Gordon, Adkins, Glenda, Barnes, Michael, Naylor, Charles, & Begum, Nelufa (2011) Communicating with the coroner : how religion, culture, and family concerns may influence autopsy decision making. Death Studies, 35(4), pp. 316-337.
Groos, Anita & Shakespeare-Finch, Jane E. (2013) Positive experiences for participants in suicide bereavement groups : a grounded theory model of elements that contribute to the process of adjusting to the loss. Death Studies, 37(1), pp. 1-24.
Hyde, Melissa K. & White, Katherine M. (2010) Exploring donation decisions: Beliefs and preferences for organ donation in Australia. Death Studies, 34(2), pp. 172-185.
Hyde, Melissa K. & White, Katherine M. (2014) Perceptions of organ donors and willingness to donate organs upon death : a test of the prototype/willingness model. Death Studies, 38(7), pp. 459-464.