Why Spontaneous Shrines Do More Than Remember The Dead
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Spontaneous shrines are temporary memorials that people construct, at their own motivation, to mark the sites of untimely deaths. They have a variety of forms such as floral tributes, crosses, photographs and artworks, and can be associated with particular individuals or a number of deceased individuals. These shrines are not part of an official directive, but gain widespread attention which ensure that death does not pass unnoticed.
Doyle, S. (2020). Why Spontaneous Shrines Do More Than Remember The Dead. Updated / Thursday, 13 Feb 2020 18:32 doi:10.21427/4bzs-5075