Items by Walter, Tony
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Walter, T. and Gittings, C., 2010. What will the neighbours say? Reactions to field and garden burial. In: Hockey, J., Komaromy, C. and Woodthorpe, K., eds. The Matter of Death: Space, Place and Materiality. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 165-177.
Walter, T., 2009. Dark tourism: mediating between the dead and the living. In: Sharpley, R. and Stone, P. R., eds. The darker side of travel: the theory and practice of dark tourism. Bristol, U. K.: Channel View Publications, pp. 39-55. (Aspects of Tourism)
Walter, T., 2008. The new public mourning. In: Stroebe, M. S., Hansson, R. O., Schut, H. and Stroebe, W., eds. Handbook of Bereavement Research and Practice: Advances in Theory and Intervention. Washinton DC: American Psychological Association.
Klass, D. and Walter, T., 2001. Processes of grieving: how bonds are continued. In: Stroebe, M., Hansson, R., Stroebe, W. and Schut, H., eds. Handbook of Bereavement Research: Consequences, Coping, and Care. Washington DC: American Psychological Association, pp. 431-448.
Walter, T., 2012. Why different countries manage death differently: A comparative analysis of modern urban societies. British Journal of Sociology, 63 (1), pp. 123-145.
Robson, P. and Walter, T., 2012. Hierarchies of loss: a critique of disenfranchised grief. Omega: Journal of Death & Dying, 66 (2), pp. 97-119.
Walter, T., 2012. How people who are dying or mourning engage with the Arts. Music and Arts in Action, 4 (1), pp. 73-98.
Walter, T., 2011. Angels not souls: Popular religion in the online mourning for British celebrity Jade Goody. Religion, 41 (1), pp. 29-51.
Abel, J., Bowra, J., Walter, T. and Howarth, G., 2011. Compassionate community networks: supporting home dying. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, 1 (2), pp. 129-133.
Walter, T., Hourizi, R., Moncur, W. and Pitsillides, S., 2011. Does the internet change how we die and mourn? Overview and analysis. Omega: Journal of Death & Dying, 64 (4), pp. 275-302.
Walter, T., 2010. Jade and the journalists: media coverage of a young British celebrity dying of cancer. Social Science & Medicine, 71 (5), pp. 853-860.
Leicht, K. T., Walter, T., Sainsaulieu, I. and Davies, S., 2009. New Public Management and New Professionalism across Nations and Contexts. Current Sociology, 57 (4), pp. 581-605.
Walter, T., 2009. Eating and drinking: after the funeral, or before? Funeral Director Monthly, 92 (9), pp. 58-59.
Walter, T., 2009. Just get me to the crem in time! Travels in space and cyberspace. ICCM Journal, 77 (4), pp. 29-30.
Walter, T., 2008. To see for myself: informed consent and the culture of openness. Journal of Medical Ethics, 34 (9), pp. 675-678.
Hass, J. and Walter, T., 2007. Parental grief in three societies: networks and religion as social supports in mourning. Omega: The Journal of Death and Dying, 54 (3), pp. 179-198.
Walter, T., 2006. Telling the dead man's tale: bridging the gap between the living and the dead. Bereavement Care, 25 (2), pp. 23-26.
Walter, T., 2006. What is complicated grief? A social constructionist answer. Omega: The Journal of Death and Dying, 52 (1), pp. 71-79.
Walter, T., 2005. Three ways to arrange a funeral: Mortuary variation in the modern West. Mortality, 10 (3), pp. 173-192.
Cook, G. and Walter, T., 2005. Rewritten rites: language and social relations in traditional and contemporary funerals. Discourse & Society, 16 (3), pp. 365-391.
Walter, T., 2004. Plastination for Display: a new way to dispose of the dead. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 10 (3), pp. 603-627.
Walter, T., 2004. Body Worlds: clinical detachment and anatomical awe. Sociology of Health & Illness, 26, pp. 464-488.
Walter, T., 2003. Historical and cultural variants on the good death. BMJ, 327 (7408), pp. 218-220.
Walter, T., 2003. Hospices and rituals after death: a survey of British hospice chaplains. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 9 (2), pp. 80-85.
Walter, T., 2002. Spirituality in palliative care: opportunity or burden? Palliative Medicine, 16 (2), pp. 133-139.
Walter, T., 2001. From Cathedral to Supermarket: mourning, silence and solidarity. Sociological Review, 49 (4), pp. 494-511.
Walter, T. and Waterhouse, H., 2001. Lives-long learning: the effects of reincarnation belief on everyday life in England1. Nova Religio, 5 (1), pp. 85-101.
Waterhouse, H. and Walter, T., 2001. Une simple coquille la mort et la réincarnation (Just an overcoat: the body and reincarnation). Recherches Sociologiques, 32 (2), pp. 35-47.
Walter, T., 2000. Grief narratives: The role of medicine in the policing of grief. Anthropology & Medicine, 7 (1), pp. 97-114.
Conference or Workshop Items
Walter, T., 2009. Artists and their Emotions, Social Scientists and their Data, and the Spaces in Between. In: 9th International Conference on the Social Context of Death, Dying and Disposal, 2009-09-09 - 2009-09-12, University of Durham.
Walter, T., 2009. Why Different Countries Do Death Differently: A comparison of modern urban societies. In: Death & Dying in Europe between the Eighteenth and Twenty-First Century, 2009-09-25 - 2009-09-27, Alba Iulia.
Walter, T., 2009. Figuring and Refiguring Death Rites: National variations. In: Refiguring Death Rites Research Group, 2009-06-15, Radboud University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands.