From the 1990s the British developed an interest in natural burial, also known as woodland, green, or eco-logical burial. This continued a stream of British interest in funeral innovation from Victorian cemetery monuments through the birth and rise of cremation to the many things done with cremated remains. The book sets natural burial in the context of creative dealing with death, grief, mourning and the celebration of life. Ideas from sociology and anthropology combine with psychological issues and theological ideas to show how human emotions take shape and help people think of their own death as well as dealing with death of those they love. Douglas Davies and Hannah Rumble explore the variety of motivations for the appeal of natural burial, and use interviews with people using a special natural burial site created by the Church of England but open to all, to illustrate the spiritual understandings of life and death in the sacred, secular and mixed worlds of modern Britain.
Macmillan DMACDIS Orphans
|Antall sider||192||Dimensjoner||15,7cm x 23,4cm x 1,9cm|
|Vekt||338 gram||Leverandør||Bertram Trading Ltd|
|Emner og form||Spirituality & religious experience, Humanist & secular alternatives to religion, Alternative belief systems|