Genogram

Death Care Segmentation Quiz

Genogram
n.
ˈje-nə-ˌgram

A diagram of a family and medical history, showing hereditary patterns, risk factors, and predispositions to disease.

Death Care Segmentation Quiz

Answer the following questions by using choosing “Strongly Agree,” “Somewhat Agree,” “Neutral,” “Somewhat Disagree,” or “Strongly Disagree.” The last question asks what your preference is regarding what happens to your body when you die. Try to answer as honestly as possible.

When you are finished, click “Submit” and you will immediately learn which segment profile you are most closely aligned with.


  • Strongly Agree Somewhat Agree Neither Agree Nor Disagree Somewhat Disagree Strongly Disagree
    It's okay to scatter cremated remains
    It's okay to divide up a person's cremated remains among different people or locations
    It's okay to take cremated remains home permanently
    Viewing the body is barbaric
    It’s important to have a place to visit the deceased in years to come
    The last thing I’d want if someone close to me died is a home full of people
    Viewing the body is unnecessary
  • Strongly Agree Somewhat Agree Neither Agree Nor Disagree Somewhat Disagree Strongly Disagree
    I would prefer to use a funeral home or mortuary that is family owned
    All cremation providers are basically the same
    Mortuaries/funeral homes are noble organizations
    A funeral is essential to the process of saying goodbye and letting go
    With cremation there's no need for a funeral service, memorial service, or other form of life celebration
    Most mortuaries/funeral homes haven’t kept up with the times
    Mortuaries/funeral homes are rip-offs
    Tradition and ceremony are important components of a funeral, memorial service, or other form of life celebration
    A funeral, memorial service, or other form of life celebration should be scheduled for the convenience of attendees
    Researching a mortuary’s or funeral home’s reputation is important
    It’s important that a mortuary or funeral home be locally owned
    It's important to plan a funeral, memorial service, or other form of life celebration around the needs of those who may attend
    I know a mortuary/funeral home that I trust
    I would prefer to use a funeral home or mortuary that is independently owned