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A halál és haldoklás témája még most is tabunak számít a társadalomban. A tanulmány azt a kérdést vizsgálja, hogy — a már kialakított és működő modellekkel együtt — milyen intervenciós stratégiák alkalmazása járulhat hozzá a félelem és a szorongás redukálásához, az egészségesebb, elfogadóbb halálszemlélet kialakulásához. Áttekintjük az intervenció célzott területeit, a család, a közoktatás, az orvostanhallgatók és a súlyos betegekkel foglalkozó egészségügyi dolgozók csoportjaira fókuszálva. A már működő intervenciós stratégiák hatásvizsgálatán túl javaslatot teszünk új módszerek alkalmazására is.

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
Ágnes Zana
,
Barna Konkolÿ Thege
,
Imre Limpár
,
Eszter Henczi
,
Petra Golovics
,
János Pilling
, and
Katalin Hegedűs

Hamama-Raz, Y., Solomon, Z., Ohry, A.: Fear of personal death among physicians. Omega, 2000, 41 (2), 139–149. Hegedűs, K., Pilling, J., Kolosai, N., et al.: Attitude toward

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References [1]. M. R. Leming G. E. Dickinson 2000 Understanding Dying, Death and Bereavement K. Hegedűs Death and dignity Osiris Budapest . [2]. M. Leming 1980 Religion and Death. A Test of Homan's Thesis Omega

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Hayslip, B. Jr., Peveto, C. A.: Cultural changes in attitudes toward death, dying and bereavement. Springer Publishing Company, 11 W 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036, 2005

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
Katalin Kovács
,
Anita Réka Tóth
, and
Éva Margit Kereszty

Maskell, P. D., De Paoli, G., Seneviratne, C., et al.: Mephedron(4-methylmethcathinone)-related death. Case report. J. Anal. Toxicol., 2011, 35 , 188–191. Seneviratne C. Mephedron(4

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References [1]. A. M. Abdel-Khalek 2004 A general factor of death distress in seven clinical and non-clinical groups Death Studies 28 889 – 898 . [2]. V. Békés 2003 The attitude toward death regarding gender and

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
József Simkó
,
Zoltán Szabó
,
Kitti Barta
,
Dóra Újvárosi
,
Péter Nánási
, and
István Lőrincz

Sárközy, A., Brugada, P.: Sudden cardiac death: what is inside our genes? Can. J. Cardiol., 2005, 21 , 1099–1110. Brugada P

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-The European Concept of Detention Interruption Due to Medical Reason , ESF-LiU Conference-Violations of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law: Investigation and Prevention of Torture and Death in Custody, 3–7 May 2010, Scandic Linkoping Vast, Sweden

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overdose deaths compared to other substance related overdose deaths: 1999–2009. Drug Alcohol Depend., 2013, 131 (3), 263–270. Richert, T.: Wasted, overdosed, or beyond saving – To act or not to act? Heroin users

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“Death of a Discipline”?

Toward a Global/Local Orientation of Comparative Literature in China

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Author:
Ning Wang

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Starting with questioning Gayatri Spivak's controversial book Death of a Discipline, the present article tries to argue that unlike the case in the United States, comparative literature in China is still very energetic playing a leading role in Chinese-Western cultural and academic exchange and communication. Although, to the author, comparative literature in China did not become an independent discipline until the 1980s, it has been developing so rapidly that it was soon involved in international comparative literature scholarship and has become an important member of the International Comparative Literature Association. Since comparative literature became an independent discipline in mainland China in the 1980s, it has been both combined with “area studies” with its focus on Chinese-Western comparative studies and with the strategy of “crossing borders” and more topics from other disciplines or branches of learning. Even in the age of globalization when many of the other disciplines of the humanities are severely challenged, comparative literature studies in China is still flourishing as it is closely related to or even combined with world literature into one discipline, with many of the internationally discussed theoretic topics “globalized” in the Chinese context.

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