AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis issue of the Journal brings together a number of important articles on illness, crisis, and loss. This issue shines light on illness, crisis, and loss as central forces shaping our personal experiences, social life, and order. The articles all, in one way or another, draw on various disciplines relating to education, sociology, philosophy, and psychology to provide different perspectives on the interrelationships of illness, crisis, and loss, showing how they contribute to social change and how the meanings of illness, crisis, and loss are generated to serve social functions but used to make sense of personal narratives in contemporary society.
CitationPowell, J. (2014). Understanding illness, crisis and loss. Illness, Crisis and Loss, 22(3), 179-80
JournalIllness, Crisis and Loss
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