Friday, July 25, 2003

Historical and cultural variants on the good death

by Tony Walter, reader in sociology
Dominated by religion in the past and by medicine in the present: the idea of what constitutes a good death has changed in different cultures and societies throughout history, perhaps nowhere more so than in our globalised, Western cultures. After a period of individualisation, shared experiences with fellow sufferers now seem to be increasing in popularity, more.

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