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Sociology of death

Branch of sociology / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The sociology of death (sometimes known as sociology of death, dying and bereavement or death sociology) explores and examines the relationships between society and death.

Making of a death mask.

These relationships can include religious, cultural, philosophical, family, to behavioural insights among many others.[1] It widens our understanding of death as more than clinical death, but a process combining social elements from the immediate needs of deathcare to wider social beliefes. Involving multiple disciplines, the sociology of deathcare can be seen as an interdisciplinary field of study across sociology and its sub-fields.[2]

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