HomeFatima University Research Journalvol. 5 no. 1 (2013)

Psychology of Mourning: Seeking for Justice

Ivy Janina Dela Cruz | Cherish Madlang-awa | Christine Marie Raymundo | John Jamir Benzon R. Aruta

Discipline: Psychology, Social Science



The qualitative study examines the unique and personal experiences of individuals who have experienced grief and injustice particularly on the death of their relatives. The terms associated with mourning and bereavement was defined in the literature. Historical perspectives of research in the theory of mourning and by essayed stories of individuals who have lost their loved ones are shared and common themes were identified. The main theme of experiences, and successful coping strategies were defined by the participants and supporting literature was researched.