Death, Gender, and Ethnicity

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Index
abortion 36, 42, 46, 47
Abu-Zahra, N. 197
Adams, S. 8
African population 12, 13, 14;
mourning rituals 91, 180-1;
use of palliative care 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 154, 156, 178
age:
and comprehension of death 214;
and death/illness 1, 2, 5, 13, 15;
as factor in death in tabloid press 9, 126-7;
and palliative care 145-7, 150, 151, 152
agency/structure 84, 86
Ahmad, W. 153, 179-80
Airhihenbuwa, C.O. 203
Ajemian, I. 19
Alexiou, M. 189, 190
Amussen, S.D. 111
Andersen, R. 145
Andrews, A. 17
Angel, R. 154
anthropology 7, 18, 32, 83, 89, 96, 177, 203, 204, 205, 214;
study of early modern England 108-22;
theoretical approaches to 20, 22, 24
Anwar, M. 154
Ardener, E. 89
Ariès, P. 5, 34, 101, 177, 207-8, 213
Armistead, N. 85
Armstrong, D. 36
Asad, T. 160
Asian population 39, 168;
see also South Asians
Atkin, K. 153, 156
Auerbach, S. 189
babies, death 6-7, 29-48, 65, 104;
see also infants, mortality rate
Back, L. 171
Bailes-Brown, A. 42
Baker, M. 147
Bal, G. 169
Bal, P. 169
Balarajan, R. 14, 15, 149, 150
Ball, S.J. 59
Bangladeshis 13, 14, 145, 146, 150, 153
Barbarin, D.A. 81
Barker, Pat 206
Barker, R. 147
Bates, M. 16
Baudrillard, J. 205, 215-16, 218
Bauman, Z. 204-5, 211, 215
Benedict, H. 132, 133
bereavement:
and ethnicity 18-19;
gender and 5-11;
men 9, 76-87, 131;
women 89-106
bereavement groups/networks 11, 55, 59, 67-70, 71, 72-3
bereavement literature, emergence of 95-8
bereavement orientations:
dual process model 82-4;
parental response to child-death 55-74
Berger, P. 53
Berrington, A. 154
Betz, N. 132
Bhabha, H. 176

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Contents vii
  • Notes on Contributors viii
  • Introduction xi
  • Chapter 1 - Making Sense of Difference 1
  • Chapter 2 - Death at the Beginning of Life 29
  • Chapter 3 - ‘shoring Up the Walls of Heartache’ 52
  • Chapter 4 - Masculinity and Loss 76
  • Chapter 5 - Women in Grief 89
  • Chapter 6 - Death and the Transformation of Gender in Image and Text 108
  • Chapter 7 - Beauty and the Beast 124
  • Chapter 8 - Absent Minorities? 142
  • Chapter 9 - Culture is Not Enough 166
  • Chapter 10 - Death, Gender and Memory 187
  • Chapter 11 - Death and Difference 202
  • Index 222
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