How to Use This Guide
Use the tabs above to find books, articles, and websites on DEATH and related topics.
If you need additional help, be sure to check with one of the reference librarians at either the Doyle or the Mahoney Library.
(New links are continually being added to this guide, so check back from time to time.)
Aging, Death, Loss
Everybody dies. Yet many of us find it uncomfortable to think about or discuss the topics of aging and death, particularly with regards to our own death or that of someone close to us. Today much has been learned and written about death--the biology of death, the psychology, the customs and rituals associated with death in different cultures, legal aspects, religious aspects, and so forth.
This guide will help you find information on death and other topics related to it. We hope you find it useful.
You might also be interested in the Library's guide to Psychology.
Psychology 56 - Aging, Death, Dying
In case you would like to learn more about aging, death and loss, the Santa Rosa Junior College Psychology Department offers Psychology 56, Aging, Dying and Death. This course is "an examination of aging, death, dying and bereavement in contemporary society." Select the "Psych 56" tab above for information on current sections of this class.
Will you be writing a research paper on this topic? If you’re in a Psychology class, your instructor will probably tell you to use the APA Style when you cite the books, articles and other resources you used for your paper. Here are some tips on how to cite your sources in APA style.