Body Evidence: Intimate Violence against South Asian Women in America

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INDEX
Abedelkarim, M. D., 70
Abraham, M., 1–3,13–16,18, 39–40, 48, 53–54, 56–57, 59–61, 63–67, 74, 86,155, 165,167,183, 233–234, 240
access to services, see services
Acevedo, M. J., 229
acid attack, 258–259, 262–265, 272–273
Acker, J., 54
activism, 1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 42, 47, 51, 52,114,128, 132, 240, 244, 254; transnational, 4, 5, 8, 244, 248, 255, 256, 257, 263, 272, 273, 274. See also intervention
Adelman, M., 233, 240
African Americans, 19, 20, 74,143
Agbayami-Siewert, P., 19
Agnew, V., 1, 65, 66,183, 234
Ahmad, F., 3
Ahmad, M., 76
Ahmed, K., 100,104
Albina, M., 75
Alexander, D., 75, 78
Al-Hibri, A., 31, 37
Allen, M. J., 53, 62,93
Alliance of South Asians Talcing Action, 244, 254
Almeida, R. V., 53, 57, 60
Almjeld, K., 216
Alvarez, K., 263
American Civil Liberties Union, 73, 76,117
American Immigration Lawyers Association, 205
American Medical Association, 145,149
Amnesty International, 4, 64, 258, 264
Angless, T., 153
Armas, G. C., 231
Artz, M.,246
Ashcroft, B., 97
Asian Law Caucus, Worker Outreach Project, 255
asylum, gender-based, 57,168,174–175, 201, 215, 222–225, 241, 267–268
Awad, A., 29, 70
Ayyub, R., 6, II, 12,15–17, 22, 24, 31, 36, 61
Bach, S., 240
Badlishah, N.N.N., 31, 37
Baker, N. V., 4
Bandler, J., 221
Bandyopadhyay, M., 8
Banerjee, N., 200
Bangladesh, 28,144,197, 215, 258–268, 270–271
Bannerji, H., 59, 62
Barai, S. B., 141
Baraka, J. L., 242
Barry, K., 54
Basu, A., 263
beauty, feminine, 12,19, 60, 97–102; Western ideals of, 104
Bernstein, N., 76
Berrick, J. D., 107
Berry, D. B.,36
Bhattacharjee, A., 2, 24, 82,142,181, 242
Bhattacharya, B., 96
Bhuyan, R., 7, 229
body image, 7, 94, 96,100–102; and eating disorders, 7, 94, 98–103,105–106
Bograd, M., 153
Boonzaier, E., 153
Bordo, S., 98, 99
Breznikar, E., 71
Britain, see Great Britain
Browne, A., 85
Buddhists, 41, 81
Buel, S., 77
Bui, H. N., 153, 229, 240
Bullock, K., 30
Burge,S. K.,149
Buzawa, E., 182
Bybee, D. L, 20
Caetano, R., 153
Canada, 54–60, 62–63,106, 111, 118,125, 206
Caplan, K., 272
Cassidy, M. A., 4
Chandrasekhar, S., 2
Chapman, D., 85
Chen,D. W.,78
children, 3, 11, 15–16,18, 20,26,29, 34, 36–37, 42–43, 45, 47, 56–58, 62–65, 67, 75, 82–83, 90–93,107–109,113–114,116–117,119–122, 124–125,128–130,134–135,158–162,168,170, 174,181–182,184–191,194,196,203, 213–218, 220, 222, 224, 230, 232–236, 238,242,250, 252,257–258, 260
Childress, S., 68, 72, 75–76
Chinese Americans, 19, 21
Chiu, D. C.,222
Choudhury, P. R., 7,126
Chowdhury, E., 8, 258, 262–264, 270,273

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