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Examines interactive meaning making in families in response to the death of one of their members. Drawing on her extensive grounded theory analysis of scores of family conversations, the author detects and distills patterns of meaning making that…

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: In the United States, 57,000 children (newborn to 18 years) die annually. Bereaved parents may rely on religious or spiritual beliefs in their grief. The study's purpose was to examine differences in parents' use of spiritual…
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