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|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Connecticut Humanities Council.|
"This volume consists of materials originally presented at New Haven, Connecticut, in the course of a project entitled "Colloquia on the Humanities and Death," sponsored by the Hospice of New Haven; and at New London, Connecticut, in the course of a project entitled "Ethical Issues in Health Care," sponsored by Connecticut College.
|Description:||78 pages ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Living and dying in bureaucratic America / David E. Stannard --
From Puritans to cryonics: the changing American attitudes towards life and death / Milena Maselli Levak --
Death, the public, and the media / Frank T. Kryza II --
Professionals, power, and new ways of dying / John MacDougall --
The execution of euthanasia: the right of the dying to a re-formed healthcare context / Stuart F. Spicker --
The American experience of death / Robert Jay Lifton.
|Series Title:||Connecticut scholar., Occasional papers of the Connecticut Humanities Council ;, No. 2.|