Year: 1991 Source: Death Studies, v.15, no.1, (January-February 1991), p.1-20 SIEC No: 19910001

The author discusses the impact of religion on adolescent bereavement over a sibling death. His study of 42 adolescents demonstrates that, with small disparities, religious adolescents mourn in a similar fashion to those without religious beliefs. Both groups experience shock, confusion, anger, relief, guilt, fear, loneliness and depression. (74 refs.) (VM)