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Students will complete an 8-10 page scholarly paper. The paper topic should include consideration of 1) death and/or illness and 2) cultural issues. The paper should be written in a scholarly style, as if written for a journal article. The paper should follow APA Style Guidelines (6th edition). A title page should be included; no abstract is needed. A minimum of 5 references outside of the required course readings should be included.
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Some of my readings for the course were
E. REQUIRED READING
Brewster, F. (2018). Archetypal Grief: Slavery’s of Intergenerational Child Loss. London & New York: Routledge.
Fox, J. (1997). Poetic Medicine. New York: Tarcher.
Jung, C.G. (1999). Jung on Death and Immortality. Jenny Yates (Ed.). Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Romanyshyn, R. (2014). The Soul in Grief. Berkeley: North Atlantic Books.
Nakazawa, T., Nobukuni, I., Watai, T. (Producers), & Takita, Y. (Director). (2009). Departures [Motion Picture]. Japan: Amuse Soft Entertainment.
Richardson, P. (Producer and Director). (2011). How to Die in Oregon. (Documentary Film). Northwest Film Center. Pacific Pioneer Fund.
Kennedy, Kathleen, Mendel, Barry, Marshall, Frank (Producers). Shyamalan Night M. (Director).(1999). The Sixth Sense. (Motion Picture)
Required Articles: Article attached below
Articles: Baydala, A., Hampton, M., Kinunwa, L., Kinunwa, G., & Kinunwa, L., Sr. (2006). Death, dying, grieving, and end of life care: Understanding personal meanings of aboriginal friends. The Humanistic Psychologist, 34, 159-174. Available on EBSCOhost