Death in the Modern Greek Culture

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Pentaris, Panagiotis;
  • Publisher: Hawaii Pacific University

Each culture recognizes and identifies death, dying and bereavement in unique ways. Commonly, a culture may be seen through the lens of death rituals; how those are shaped, interpreted and used by the society. This paper aims to look at the Modern Greek culture and depi... View more
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