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DB4 - Grief Process Report 53 53 unread replies. 53 53 replies. Discussion board Assignment #4 (DB4) for 5 points For DB4, select either a film or a book from the list below and apply a grief model from the textbook to the grief process portrayed in the film or book. See below for full instructions. Select one film OR book from the list below and apply a grief model from your text to a portrayal of grief in the film or book. The Killing Fields Message in a Bottle The Notebook Saving Private Ryan Signs What Dreams May Come Steel Magnolias Terms of Endearment Top Gun P.S. I Love You 50/50 A Grief Observed by C. S. Lewis (book) A Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion (book) Describe the course and duration of grief experienced by the bereaved (1 or 2 individuals) in the film/book you select by using a “Model of Grief” from your text. You will describe the behaviors, expressions, and/or actions resulting from grief of a lost loved one using a model as the structure of your answer. Include a definition or description of each step/stage/part of the model. This is NOT a movie review, but an examination of the grief process as portrayed in the arts instead of a personal experience. You will need to review the pertinent chapter. Below are some grief models you may use: Elizabeth Kubler-Ross’s “Five Stages of Grief” (Ch. 7) John Bowlby’s Attachment theory (Ch. 9)
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