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Metzger, Anne M. – Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, 1979
Investigated the correspondence between stage changes hypothesized by the Kubler-Ross theory and the perception of the course of illness by seriously ill patients and their spouses. Supported the use of Q-methodology as a research procedure for investigations of terminal illness. (Author)
Descriptors: Death, Developmental Stages, Factor Analysis, Grief
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Moore, David W.; And Others – Journal of Reading, 1983
Suggests a structured response format for interpreting literary characters in death-related literature using Kubler-Ross's five stages of confronting death. (AEA)
Descriptors: Adolescent Literature, Death, Higher Education, Secondary Education
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Ray, Julie A.; Pewitt-Kinder, Julia; George, Suzanne – Young Children, 2009
Families may learn their child has a disability during pregnancy, at birth, or even later, when their child enters a child care program in a home or classroom setting. Although a family's reaction to the news that their child has a special need may depend upon the child's age, the severity of the disability, and the family's cultural view of…
Descriptors: Family Life, Disabilities, Special Needs Students, Family Involvement
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Corr, Charles A. – Death Studies, 1993
Appraises work of Elisabeth Kubler-Ross in area of coping with dying. Suggests lessons from that work. Draws broad conclusions about processes involved in coping with dying, argues on behalf of need to develop better theoretical models to explicate what is involved in coping with dying, and suggests requirements for model. (Author/NB)
Descriptors: Coping, Death, Grief, Models
Myers-Autrey, Roberta Lee – ProQuest LLC, 2010
Bereaved high school adolescents are often affected in a myriad of ways by the death of a loved one. The traumatic experience and bereavement process add complexity to high school adolescents' development and this phenomenon is not fully understood, in particular in regards to communication and relationships in the school environment. The…
Descriptors: High Schools, Grief, Adolescents, School Counselors
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Blau, Gary – Journal of Vocational Behavior, 2007
This study partially tested a recent process model for understanding victim responses to worksite/function closure (W/FC) proposed by Blau [Blau, G. (2006). A process model for understanding victim responses to worksite/function closure. "Human Resource Management Review," 16, 12-28], in a pharmaceutical manufacturing site. Central to the model…
Descriptors: Grief, Human Resources, Depression (Psychology), Models
Smith, William D. – American School Board Journal, 1984
A neighborhood's reaction to the announcement of a school closing involves the five progressive stages Elisabeth Kubler-Ross describes as inevitable for one's reaction to the death of a friend or relative. (DCS)
Descriptors: Community Attitudes, Death, Elementary Secondary Education, Emotional Response
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Whelan, W. Michael; Warren, William M. – Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, 1980
Describes an experimental death awareness workshop based on Kubler-Ross' theory. The effects of the workshop reveal cognitive and emotional changes indicating participants in the workshop to be moving towards an acceptance of death. (Author)
Descriptors: Anxiety, Death, Depression (Psychology), Emotional Response
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McGuire, David; By, Rune Todnem; Hutchings, Kate – Journal of European Industrial Training, 2007
Purpose: Achieving intergenerational interaction and avoiding conflict is becoming increasingly difficult in a workplace populated by three generations--Baby Boomers, Generation X-ers and Generation Y-ers. This paper presents a model and proposes HR solutions towards achieving co-operative generational interaction. Design/methodology/approach:…
Descriptors: Age Differences, Baby Boomers, Interaction, Human Resources
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Harris, Laura L. – Journal of Athletic Training, 2003
Integrated a psychosocial developmental theory (the Kubler-Ross Stage Theory) and a psychological stage theory (the Ross Stage Theory) and a psychological stage theory (the Chickering and Reisser psychosocial and developmental theory) for challenging injured collegiate student-athletes' personal development. A search of online databases from…
Descriptors: Athletes, College Athletics, Developmental Stages, Emotional Response
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Crosby, John F.; And Others – Journal of Divorce, 1983
Compares grief in divorce to the Kubler-Ross model of grief resolution in bereavement in 17 persons who wrote essays about their divorce. The results suggested a conceptual model based on three chronological stages with linear progression through the stages, characterized by circularity within each stage. (JAC)
Descriptors: Adults, Developmental Tasks, Divorce, Emotional Adjustment
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Mour, Stanley I. – School Counselor, 1981
The Kubler-Ross Model of the Stages of Dying is used to understand the emotional adjustment parents must make when dealing with their academically nonperforming children. Understanding parents' feelings enables educators to better work with the child having problems. (JAC)
Descriptors: Academic Failure, Counselor Role, Elementary Secondary Education, Emotional Adjustment
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Nicholl, Grier – Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, 1985
Uses five modern short stories about people facing death to illustrate and connect various observations of and theories about the dying process developed by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross and Robert N. Butler. In response to the imminence of their deaths, the characters survey their past, attempting to reintegrate their life's experiences. (JAC)
Descriptors: Adjustment (to Environment), Death, Short Stories
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Jacobs, Bonita; Towns, James E. – NASPA Journal, 1984
Emphasizes the responsibility for residence hall staff to understand the grief process. An adaptation of Kubler-Ross's stages of death has produced helpful techniques for successfully accepting the death. Through understanding these principles, staff can become aware of the grief process and can assist residents. (JAC)
Descriptors: College Students, Counseling Techniques, Death, Dormitories
Zeller, Simon H. – Human Services in the Rural Environment, 1986
Reviews impact of recent agricultural trends in South Dakota. Outlines Kubler-Ross' stages of grief/adaptation that farm families must negotiate as they cope with the trauma of the loss of their farms. Indicates service providers must overcome farmers' mistrust for human welfare services and reach out to this vulnerable population. (NEC)
Descriptors: Community Services, Crisis Management, Depression (Psychology), Emotional Problems
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