First published in 1998. The death of an elderly person— and its impact on an adult child—is considered so "normal" that it has attracted scant attention. This study attempts to fill that gap by examining a specific slice of a specific ethnic group and looking at the meaning of elderly mothers’ deaths for their adult, African American daughters— from the perspective of those daughters.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction, 2. Literature Review, 3. Conceptual Framework, 4. Research Methods, 5 Findings, 6. Summary and Conclusions
Sharon Hines Smith