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  • Journal

    Brannelly, T.

    Sustaining citizenship: People with dementia and the phenomenon of social death

    2011 - Nursing Ethics

    In-text: (Brannelly 662-671)

    Your Bibliography: Brannelly, Tula. "Sustaining Citizenship: People With Dementia And The Phenomenon Of Social Death." Nursing Ethics 18.5 (2011): 662-671. Web. 11 Nov. 2019.

  • Newspaper

    Fremantle/Cockburn Gazette

    Stopping 'social death'

    2017 - Fremantle/Cockburn Gazette

    In-text: (Fremantle/Cockburn Gazette)

    Your Bibliography: Fremantle/Cockburn Gazette. "Stopping 'Social Death'." 2017. Web. 11 Nov. 2019.

  • Journal

    George, D. R.

    Overcoming the social death of dementia through language

    2010 - The Lancet

    In-text: (George 586-587)

    Your Bibliography: George, Daniel R. "Overcoming The Social Death Of Dementia Through Language." The Lancet 376.9741 (2010): 586-587. Web. 11 Nov. 2019.

  • Journal

    Gerritsen, D. L., Oyebode, J. and Gove, D.

    Ethical implications of the perception and portrayal of dementia

    2016 - Dementia

    In-text: (Gerritsen, Oyebode and Gove 596-608)

    Your Bibliography: Gerritsen, Debby L, Jan Oyebode, and Dianne Gove. "Ethical Implications Of The Perception And Portrayal Of Dementia." Dementia 17.5 (2016): 596-608. Web. 11 Nov. 2019.

  • Journal

    Gjødsbøl, I. M., Koch, L. and Svendsen, M. N.

    Resisting decay: On disposal, valuation, and care in a dementia nursing home in Denmark

    2017 - Social Science & Medicine

    In-text: (Gjødsbøl, Koch and Svendsen 116-123)

    Your Bibliography: Gjødsbøl, Iben M., Lene Koch, and Mette N. Svendsen. "Resisting Decay: On Disposal, Valuation, And Care In A Dementia Nursing Home In Denmark." Social Science & Medicine 184 (2017): 116-123. Web. 11 Nov. 2019.

  • Journal

    Hall, M. and Sikes, P.

    “It Would Be Easier If She’d Died”: Young People With Parents With Dementia Articulating Inadmissible Stories

    2017 - Qualitative Health Research

    In-text: (Hall and Sikes 1203-1214)

    Your Bibliography: Hall, Mel, and Pat Sikes. "“It Would Be Easier If She’D Died”: Young People With Parents With Dementia Articulating Inadmissible Stories." Qualitative Health Research 27.8 (2017): 1203-1214. Web. 11 Nov. 2019.

  • Journal

    Hillman, A. and Latimer, J.

    Cultural representations of dementia

    2017 - PLOS Medicine

    In-text: (Hillman and Latimer e1002274)

    Your Bibliography: Hillman, Alexandra, and Joanna Latimer. "Cultural Representations Of Dementia." PLOS Medicine 14.3 (2017): e1002274. Web. 11 Nov. 2019.

  • Journal

    Sweeting, H. N. and Gilhooly, M. L. M.

    Doctor, am I Dead? A Review of Social Death in Modern Societies

    1992 - OMEGA - Journal of Death and Dying

    In-text: (Sweeting and Gilhooly 251-269)

    Your Bibliography: Sweeting, Helen N., and Mary L. M. Gilhooly. "Doctor, Am I Dead? A Review Of Social Death In Modern Societies." OMEGA - Journal of Death and Dying 24.4 (1992): 251-269. Web. 11 Nov. 2019.

  • Journal

    Sweeting, H. N. and Gilhooly, M. L. M.

    Doctor, am I Dead? A Review of Social Death in Modern Societies

    1992 - OMEGA - Journal of Death and Dying

    In-text: (Sweeting and Gilhooly 251-269)

    Your Bibliography: Sweeting, Helen N., and Mary L. M. Gilhooly. "Doctor, Am I Dead? A Review Of Social Death In Modern Societies." OMEGA - Journal of Death and Dying 24.4 (1992): 251-269. Web. 11 Nov. 2019.

  • Journal

    Sweeting, H. and Gilhooly, M.

    Dementia and the phenomenon of social death

    2008 - Sociology of Health & Illness

    In-text: (Sweeting and Gilhooly 93-117)

    Your Bibliography: Sweeting, Helen, and Mary Gilhooly. "Dementia And The Phenomenon Of Social Death." Sociology of Health & Illness 19.1 (2008): 93-117. Web. 11 Nov. 2019.

  • Book

    Walter, T.

    The Revival of Death

    1994 - Routledge - London

    In-text: (Walter)

    Your Bibliography: Walter, Tony. The Revival Of Death. London: Routledge, 1994. Print.

  • Journal

    Watson, J.

    Developing the Senses Framework to support relationship-centred care for people with advanced dementia until the end of life in care homes

    2016 - Dementia

    In-text: (Watson 545-566)

    Your Bibliography: Watson, Julie. "Developing The Senses Framework To Support Relationship-Centred Care For People With Advanced Dementia Until The End Of Life In Care Homes." Dementia 18.2 (2016): 545-566. Web. 11 Nov. 2019.

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