Traumatic grief and bereavement resulting from terrorism: Israeli and American perspectives Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • Grief following loss through death is considered a universal, normal human reaction and a highly individual one, which always takes place within a sociocultural context. Cultural approaches to dealing with death are embedded in larger and well-articulated aspects of culture and society. Each culture has its own approach to dealing with loss. To understand a culture's way of dealing with loss and death will require extensive knowledge of its history, social structure, economy, politics, and much more. Beliefs and practices concerning …

publication date

  • January 1, 2018