Issues in Death and Dying Education

This book on “Death and Dying” is different from other books that one may find in various bookshelves based on the content selection and its approach. It is deliberately designed to convince the readers that death issue is embedded in every facet of life.

The desire of the author for the study of death and dying was borne out of the passion she has to dive into areas people generally shy away from and perhaps fear to approach. Thanatology is a very unique area of study. It is interesting to note that some students have shown interest in this area. There is always something to see, say and do. The focus of this book therefore is to be educated. In death and dying issues. There are many new trends that have emerged in this area. A visit to the internet on the search for this issue will convince one that there is, so much to read, research and learn about death and dying. There is no room for ignorance. Hosea in the Holy Bible says “My people perish for lack of knowledge”. Knowledge is dynamic and it is clear that as people generally move in time and space, information and actions change. A brief report on those who prepared their own graves, funeral services and the study of the mortuary attendants reveal the reality of this topic.

The author is almost convinced that by the time one goes through the chapters and think of the experiences expressed by the priest and university students, one would definitely have a rethink about life and death. What will you be remembered for? Read and plan your life in God’s way.

Book Details

Pages

281 Pages

Publisher

Metropolitan Publishers

Language

English

ISBN

978-978-52625-2-88

Year of Publication

About The Author

Prof. Abigail Imogie (MNAE)

This book on “Death and Dying” is different from other books that one may find in various bookshelves based on the content selection and its approach. It is deliberately designed to convince the readers that death issue is embedded in every facet of life.

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