The denial of death in contemporary American society can be found in bereavement policies, the reclassification of grief as a major depressive disorder, and the emerging popularity of grassroots memorialization. This chapter briefly traces the changing understanding of grief and examines newly emerging bereavement practices in light of these changes.
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