A Comparison of Attitudes on Dying and Death Between Women who are Self Identified and not Identified with Feminism, Women Without and With Children and Non-Religious-Women (Micro HQ 1233 W66 1986)
Wood B J
This study investigates womens’ attitudes towards death and dying. Also documented are the attitudes of feminists and non-feminists, women with and without children, and non-religious and religious women. A sample of 894 women drawn from two women’s organizations completed a 79-item questionnaire containing 26 death-related questions. Results are obtained by Chi Square analysis.