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Teenage Bereavement : Some Spiritual and Moral Issues

By Clark, Valerie, Dr.

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Title: Teenage Bereavement : Some Spiritual and Moral Issues  
Author: Clark, Valerie, Dr.
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Clark, D. V. (n.d.). Teenage Bereavement : Some Spiritual and Moral Issues. Retrieved from http://www.netlibrary.net/


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Abstract: When people die, it is quite common for the bereaved to think about where they have gone and to maintain links with them in some way. Traditional beliefs about ‘heaven’ and ‘hell’ may be revised and other ideas about spiritual community are often explored. In this talk, I shall discuss some of the responses from 11-17 year olds to the questions ‘Why do people die?’ and ‘What happens after death?’ I shall also discuss their religious affiliations, belief in God, having a sense of the presence of the deceased, and the development of personal qualities related to bereavement, such as attitudes towards other people.

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