Ambiguous Loss Theory: Challenges for Scholars and Practitioners
On the occasion of my retirement from the University of Minnesota, a symposium was held to encourage the continuation of research about ambiguous loss and boundary ambiguity. This special issue continues that goal. The papers herein illustrate how a new generation of scientists and practitioners applies ambiguous loss theory to understand previously unstudied situations and populations. Their work generates new questions and hypotheses and, hopefully, stimulates others to join the ongoing pro- cess of research, practice, and theorizing.