Changing Customs in the late 1990s

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Changing Customs in the late 1990s. / Dahlgren, Curt; Hermanson, Jan.

Encyclopedia of Cremation. red. / Douglas J Davies; Lewis H Mates. Ashgate, 2005. s. 60-64.

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Dahlgren, C & Hermanson, J 2005, Changing Customs in the late 1990s. i DJ Davies & LH Mates (red), Encyclopedia of Cremation. Ashgate, s. 60-64.

APA

Dahlgren, C., & Hermanson, J. (2005). Changing Customs in the late 1990s. I D. J. Davies, & L. H. Mates (Red.), Encyclopedia of Cremation (s. 60-64). Ashgate.

CBE

Dahlgren C, Hermanson J. 2005. Changing Customs in the late 1990s. Davies DJ, Mates LH, redaktörer. I Encyclopedia of Cremation. Ashgate. s. 60-64.

MLA

Dahlgren, Curt och Jan Hermanson "Changing Customs in the late 1990s". och Davies, Douglas J Mates, Lewis H (redaktörer). Encyclopedia of Cremation. Ashgate. 2005, 60-64.

Vancouver

Dahlgren C, Hermanson J. Changing Customs in the late 1990s. I Davies DJ, Mates LH, redaktörer, Encyclopedia of Cremation. Ashgate. 2005. s. 60-64

Author

Dahlgren, Curt ; Hermanson, Jan. / Changing Customs in the late 1990s. Encyclopedia of Cremation. redaktör / Douglas J Davies ; Lewis H Mates. Ashgate, 2005. s. 60-64

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TY - CHAP

T1 - Changing Customs in the late 1990s

AU - Dahlgren, Curt

AU - Hermanson, Jan

N1 - The information about affiliations in this record was updated in December 2015. The record was previously connected to the following departments: Centre for Theology and Religious Studies (015017000)

PY - 2005

Y1 - 2005

N2 - In the late 1990s in Sweden a growing number of people chose to scatter the ashes of their cremated relatives in places other than public or private burial grounds. The option of scattering was, itself, made possible in 1957, and is strictly regulated. It is possible to see the private taking care of the ashes as a post-modern way of relating to rites of death. The purposes of these acts are to handle and structure a process, an event, an important value, or to create a meaning-shaping situation, which involves a considering of the will and intention of the deceased.

AB - In the late 1990s in Sweden a growing number of people chose to scatter the ashes of their cremated relatives in places other than public or private burial grounds. The option of scattering was, itself, made possible in 1957, and is strictly regulated. It is possible to see the private taking care of the ashes as a post-modern way of relating to rites of death. The purposes of these acts are to handle and structure a process, an event, an important value, or to create a meaning-shaping situation, which involves a considering of the will and intention of the deceased.

KW - sociology of religion

KW - psychology of religion

KW - cremation

KW - ashes

KW - burial

M3 - Book chapter

SN - 0-7546-3773-5

SP - 60

EP - 64

BT - Encyclopedia of Cremation

A2 - Davies, Douglas J

A2 - Mates, Lewis H

PB - Ashgate

ER -