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Social media: Can it help with grief?

Religion News Service posted a piece from PBS Video exploring the role of social media in grief and death. Interviews include Carla Sofka, a professor of social work at Siena College and author of the book Dying, Death, and Grief in an Online Universe:

Cyberspace just gives us a new place to grieve, a new place to create rituals, a new place to memorialize the death of someone you care about.

Other interviews include those impacted by the 2012 shootings in a […]

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