Childhood obesity has more than tripled in the past 30 years

Childhood obesity has more than tripled in the past 30...

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Kennesaw State University Death and Bereavement Cross-Culturally Psychology 1101, Teresa Neal Erin Keith-Grogan 11/7/2010
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Discuss death and Bereavement cross-culturally. How do different cultures prepare for and treat death and bereavement? Different cultures celebrate and mourn in almost as many unique ways as there are unique cultures. Irish, Mexicans, Ancient Egyptians , Ancient Greeks and Chinese and a lot more all have different ways and beliefs to prepare for and treat death. Each culture see death in a different way, some see it as a celebration and to honor the dead and others see it as bad luck towards the family. The Irish culture is well known for holding "wakes" which are mainly celebratory and festive. Family and friends stay up during the entire night during a wake, and watch over the body of the deceased to honor their life while celebrating. Mexican culture has the Day of the Dead, which is a celebration. Though many cultures pay great honor to their people when they die, the Day of the Dead is a celebration for all the dead in general
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