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This issue includes papers that report work on the nature of society's response to death, dying and terminal illness. The themes are diverse.
My editor's choice for this issue is a paper that brings a remarkable level of sophistication to analysis of the human condition in care of the dying. It has shown the possibility of using a third generation social network approach to demonstrate community development through end-of-life caring. Rosemary Leonard, Debbie Horsfall and Kerrie Noonan in Sydney have provided some insights for carers and formal service providers in the value of informal caring networks, by a method that …
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