Because the need for ascertaining the attitudes of young persons regarding death seemed clear, we surveyed the freshman and senior students at a comprehensive high school in Illinois. The data generated concerned the adolescent's concept of death, the affective states associated with it, the need (or lack of need) for further discussion about the subject and the identities of those with whom such discussions might be initiated.
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