Social and Cultural Lives of Immune Systems

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Index
Page numbers in italic indicate figures, tables, and plates; those in bold indicate major discussions.
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abdomen 62-4 ;
“repository for secrets” 61-2 , 74 (nn. 24, 26)
abdominal surgery (length of hospital stay) 210
Aboriginal Australian community 66-7 , 68
absenteeism 30 (n. 4), 42
abuse 195 , 197 ;
sexual 110 , 195
ACE inhibitors 198 , 199
Achterberg, J. 72-3 (nn. 16, 18)
acid 213
ACTH (adrenocorticotropic hormone) 109
action 89 , 90 , 95 , 98 (n. 9);
“physio-psycho-sociological assemblages” (Mauss) 90
Acuna, A. 258
“adaptive bereavement” (Pennebaker) 30 (n. 3)
Ader, R. 87 , 205 , 223 (n. 14), 260 (n. 13), 271 , 274
adjuvants 251-2 , 253 , 257 , 258
adolescents (Samoa) 170-88
adulthood 3 , 8 , 40 , 71 (n. 13), 104 , 195 , 283
advertising 209 , 253
age 177 , 178 , 179 , 180 , 207 , 218
Age of Immunology: Conceiving a Future in an Alienating World (Napier) 268
agency 14 (n. 22), 284 , 297 (n. 3);
and identity 283-5
agriculture 250 , 257
AIDS 69
‘aiga (Samoan extended family) 172
airborne substances 243 , 251 , 253 , 256 , 257 , 259
Aksenova, A. M. 205
Alameda County Blood Pressure Study 193
alcohol intake 23 , 30 (n. 4), 65 , 68 , 122 , 223 (n. 13), 286
alexithymia 194 , 201 (n. 4), 292
allergens 239 , 243 , 256
allergy 8 , 11 , 234 , 238 , 239 , 245 , 251 , 255-6 , 257 , 258 , 291 , 296 ;
and autoimmune disease 235-6
Allport, G. W. 95
alpha blockers 199
alternative health traditions 242-5
American Anthropological Association x , 1 , 14 (n. 26), 82
American Psychiatric Association 225 (n. 27), 226
Americans (US) 62-3 , 66 , 68 , 201 (n. 9);
African 9-10 , 185-6 (n. 10), 190 , 194 , 196-7 , 200-1 (n. 3), 235 ;
Chinese 11 , 210 ;
Mexican 173 ;
physiology 56-7 ;
“white” 196-7 , 210 , 235
amok63
anger 54 , 55 , 91 , 97 , 192 , 193 , 197 , 199 , 273 , 285 , 294 , 298 (n. 9);
and illness (Ecuador) 64-6 ;
venting 67-8 , 201 (n. 10)
angina pectoris 208 , 223 (n. 15)
animals 6 , 14 (n. 17), 70 (n. 3), 258 , 261 (n. 17)
anorexia nervosa 63
ANS (autonomic nervous system) activity 99 (n. 14)

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