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Cemeteries From antiquity to the present , most societies have had a central
place to inter their dead . ... In Roman society , though bodies were
predominantly cremated , the people also constructed tombs for the dead , and
everyone , even ...
1 ( 1986 ) : 47 – 58 ; S . A . Levitan and R . S . Belous , “ Trends in Fertility , " in
Marriage and the Family in a Changing Society , ed . Henslin , 77 – 84 ; Parsons ,
The Social System ; T . Parsons , “ The American Family : Its Relations to ...
Sociologists generally distinguish between two types of family in American
society . The nuclear family consists of the husband , wife , and their own or
adopted children ( if any ) . There are exceptions such as the broken nuclear
family ( by ...
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Death and dying in central Appalachia: changing attitudes and practicesUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Crissman (sociology, Illinois Benedictine Coll.) presents a scholarly investigation of the funeral customs of the Central Appalachian region. The author maintains that the isolation and ... Read full review
Familism Neighborliness and the Death Watch
Preparation of the Body
Burial Receptacles and Grave Digging
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