Introduction: the death penalty, victims' families, and families of prisoners Dealing with the horror: "we're sentenced, too": families of individuals facing a death sentence Trying to cope: withdrawal, anger, and joining The grief process: denial and horror, the BADD cycle (bargaining, activity, disillusionment and desperation) Facing the end: families and execution Aftermath: picking up the pieces "But, he's innocent" Double losers: being both a victim's family member and an offender's family member Family after the fact: fictive kin and death row marriages The death penalty and families, revisited Conclusion.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 207-217) and index.
STA KF9227.C2 S53 2005
KF9227.C2 S53 2005
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