g) Grief

Brabant S., C.J. Forsyth, and C. Melancon. (1992). Grieving Men: Thoughts, Feelings, and Behaviors Following Deaths of Wives. Hospice Journal, 8(4), pp. 33-47.

Chethik, Neil. (2001). Father Loss: How sons of all ages come to terms with the deaths of their dads. New York: Hyperion Books.

Colgrove, Melba, Harold Bloomfield, and Peter McWilliams. (year?). How to Survive the Loss of a Love.

Combs, Don C., and Herbert K. Hegar. (1996). A Gender/Ethnic Investigation of Relationship Closeness to the Father and the Experience of Grief. Journal of Men’s Studies, 4(4), May, pp. 341-353.

Doka, Kenneth J., and Terry Martin. (1998). Masculine Responses to Loss: Clinical Implications. Journal of Family Studies, 4(2), October.

Dunn, Michael. (2006). Time to Grieve: How to come through bereavement to recovery and growth. (2nd edition) Oxford: howtobooks.

Elmer, Lon. (year?). Why Her, Why Now?.

Green, L. and V. Grant. (2008). ‘Gagged Grief and Beleaguered Bereavements?’ An Analysis of Multidisciplinary Theory and Research Relating to Same Sex Partnership Bereavement. Sexualities, 11(3): 275-300.

James, John, and Frank Cherry. (year?). The Grief Recovery Handbook.

Kubler-Ross, Elizabeth. (1977). On Death and Dying. London: Tavistock.

Levang, Elizabeth. (1998). When Men Grieve: Why Men Grieve Differently and How You Can Help. Fairview Press.

Lund, Dale A. (ed.). (2001). Men Coping With Grief. Amityville, N.Y.: Baywood pub. Co.
Pt. I. Conceptualizing and Describing Death, Grief, and Masculinity.
1. Building Your Ship of Death for the Longest Journey Over Endless Seas / Sam Keen.
2. The Ontology of Masculinity - The Roots of Manhood / Neil Thompson.
3. Take It Like a Man: Masculine Response to Loss / Kenneth A. Doka; Terry Martin.
4. The Vietnam War: An Ongoing National Grief Response / Angeline Bushy; John R. Bushy.
5. Gay Men: Grieving the Effects of Homophobia / John E. Hart.
6. Emerging from the Anguish: A Father’s Experience with Loss and Grief / Kent Koppelman.
7. Research on Gender Differences in Bereavement Outcome: Presenting a Model of Experienced Competence / Susan E. Allen; Bert Hayslip, Jr.
Pt. II. Research on Grief.
8. The Role of Gender in a Three-Year Longitudinal Study of Bereavement: A Test of the Experienced Competence Model / Bert Hayslip, Jr; Susan E. Allen; Laura McCoy-Roberts.
9. When the Unexpected Happens: Husbands Coping With the Deaths of Their Wives / Dale A. Lund; Michael S. Caserta.
10. American Widowers with School-Age Children: An Exploratory Study of Role Change and Role Conflict / Douglas E. O’Neill; Robert Mendelsohn.
11. Gender Differences Related to Sexuality in Widowhood: Is It a Problem for the Male Bereaved? / Kathryn Hustins.
12. Male Attitudes on Funeral Rites and Rituals / Paul Sakalauskas.
Pt. III. Interventions and Helping Strategies.
13. Assessment and Treatment of Grief States in Older Males / Eric D. Rankin.
14. The Bereaved Crisis Worker: Sociological Practice Perspective on Critical Incident Death, Grief, and Loss / Robert Bendiksen; Gregory Bodin; Kathy R. Jambois.
15. The Grief of Male Children and Adolescents and Ways to Help Them Cope / David Adams.
16. A Grief Unheard: A Woman’s Reflection on a Men’s Grief Group / Peggy M. L. Anderson.
17. Grieving Reproductive Loss: The Bereaved Male / Kathleen Gray.
18. Grief of the Abused Male / Alan Stewart.
19. The Eloquence of Pain: Poetry of Bereaved Fathers Following a Perinatal Loss / Michael Dilts.

Martin, Terry, and Kenneth J. Doka. (2000). Men Don’t Cry -- Women Do: Transcending gender stereotypes of grief. Philadelphia, Pa.; London: Brunner/Mazel.

Myers, Edward. (1986). When Parents Die: A Guide for Adults. Penguin Books.

Schwab, Reiko. (1996). Gender Differences in Parental Grief. Death Studies, March, 20(2).

Staudacher, Carol. (year?). Men and Grief.