The ‘five stages’ in coping with dying and bereavement: strengths, weaknesses and some alternatives

@article{Corr2019TheS,
  title={The ‘five stages’ in coping with dying and bereavement: strengths, weaknesses and some alternatives},
  author={C. Corr},
  journal={Mortality},
  year={2019},
  volume={24},
  pages={405 - 417}
}
  • C. Corr
  • Published 2019
  • Psychology
  • Mortality
ABSTRACT This article offers a reflective analysis of one well-known psychological theory, the so-called ‘five stages’ in coping with dying and coping with bereavement. Despite widespread acceptance among the general public and continued presence in some forms of professional education, it is argued that the ‘five stages’ model is less attractive than it initially appears. Significant criticisms of the theory are set forth here, as well as notable strengths of its underlying foundations… Expand
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  • Medicine, Sociology
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  • 2019

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