1st Edition

Continuing Bonds
New Understandings of Grief





ISBN 9781560323396
Published February 1, 1996 by Taylor & Francis
384 Pages

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Book Description

First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Contributors
Preface

PART ONE: Examining the Dominant Model
Chapter 1 Introduction: What's the Problem?, Phyllis R. Silverman and Dennis Klass

PART TWO: Setting the Stage
Chapter 2 Broken Hearts or Broken Bonds?, Margaret Stroebe, Mary Gergen, Kenneth Gergen and Wolfgang Stroebe
Chapter 3 Grief That Does Not End, Paul C. Rosenblatt
Chapter 4 Grief in an Eastern Culture: Japanese Ancestor Worship,Dennis Klass

PART THREE: Bereaved Child
Chapter 5 Children's Construction of Their Dead Parents, Phyllis R. Silverman and Steven L. Nickman
Chapter 6 Bereaved Children's Changing Relationships with the Deceased, Claude L. Normand, Phyllis R. Silverman and Steven L. Nickman
Chapter 7 Remembering a Parent Who Has Died: A Developmental Perspective, Betty C. Buchsbaum
Chapter 8 Relationship and Heritage: Manifestations of Ongoing Attachment Following Father Death, Kirsten Tyson-Rawson

PART FOUR: Spousal Bereavement
Chapter 9 Widowhood and Husband Sanctification, Helena Znaniecka Lopata
Chapter 10 Remarriage of Widowed Persons: A Triadic Relationship, Miriam S. Moss and Sidney Z. Moss
Chapter 11 Memories of the Death and Life of a Spouse: The Role of Images and Sense of Presence in Grief, Roberta Dew Conant

PART FIVE: Parental Bereavement
Chapter 12 The Deceased Child in the Psychic and Social Worlds of Bereaved Parents During the Resolution of Grief, Dennis Klass
Chapter 13 The Wounded Family: Bereaved Parents and the Impact of Adult Child Loss, Simon Shimshon Rubin

PART SIX: Bereaved Siblings
Chapter 14 Basic Constructs of a Theory of Adolescent Sibling Bereavement, Nancy Hogan and Lydia DeSantis

PART SEVEN: Adoptee Losses
Chapter 15 Retroactive Loss in Adopted Persons, Steven Nickman
Chapter 16 Grief and the Birth Origin Fantasies of Adopted Women, Susan Miller-Havens

PART EIGHT: Meanings and Implications
Chapter 17 Grief and the Role of the Inner Representation of the Deceased, Samuel J. Marwit and Dennis Klass
Chapter 18 Attachment and the Reactions of Bereaved College Students: A Longitudinal Study, David E. Balk
Chapter 19 Dilemmas in Identification for the Post-Nazi Generation: "My Good Father Was a Bad Man?", Lora Heims Tessman

PART NINE: Conclusion
Chapter 20 Concluding Thoughts, Phyllis R. Silverman and Steven L. Nickman

Index

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