The Perspectives of People with Dementia: Research Methods and Motivations

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Author index
Acton, G.J. 32
Adams, T. 31, 47
Agarwal, M. 47, 48, 51, 53, 64
Ahmad, W.I.U. 224, 227, 228, 235
Allan, K. 80, 117–37, 234, 243
Alm, N. 184
Alzheimer, A. 17
Alzheimer's Disease Society 28
Alzheimer's Society 84, 97
American Geriatrics Society 64, 65, 68
Anderson, I. 33, 36, 223, 226
Aneshensel, C. 184
Appelbam, P. 64
Asplund, K. 31, 210
Athlin, E. 210
Atkin, K. 227, 235
Audit Commission 28, 29
Azmi, S. 229
Bach, 12
Baker, F.M. 227
Bamford, C. 18, 97, 139–64, 243
Banks-Wallace, J. 147, 150, 160
Barak, Y. 184
Barbour, R.S. 84, 139, 141, 151, 154
Barnes, C. 11, 13, 85
Barnett, E. 13, 17, 53, 118, 159, 160
Baron, S. 12
Bartlett, H. 18, 47–61, 142, 243
Baskin, S. 47, 65
Bastion, H. 83
Beech, L. 118, 161
Bell, P. 30
Bender, M. 11, 17, 147, 159, 160
Bennett, G. 63, 85
Bennett-Emslie, G. 85
Beresford, P. 9, 85
Berghmans, R. 47, 49, 51, 53, 64, 66
Bignall, T. 229
Bjorn, 187
Blakemore, K. 226, 227, 230
Bland, R. 236
Bleathman, C. 141
Bloor, M. 151, 152, 155
Bond, J. 47, 97
Boneham, M.A. 226, 230, 231, 237
Booth, T. 36, 39
Booth, W. 36, 39
Borell, L. 32
Bowers, B.J. 36
Bowes, A.M. 19, 223–41, 243
Bowie, P. 209
Brandt, J. 184
Bredin, K. 30, 192, 209
British Sociological Association 64, 68
Brody, E. 11
Brooker, D. 17, 30, 56
Browne, J. 63
Brownfoot, J. 225, 231
Brownlie, J. 223, 226
Bruce, E. 18, 19, 139–64, 243
Burchardt, T. 15
Butt, J. 227, 229
Byatt, S. 17
Bytheway, B. 12
Cantley, C. 39
Carlin, H. 227
Carr-Hill, R. 83
Challis, D. 27
Cheston, R. 11, 17, 30, 139, 147, 159, 160
Clare, L. 30
Clarke, C.L. 17, 25–46, 47, 50, 52, 244
Coen, R. 63
Cohen, D. 14
Cohen, M.B. 159
Cohen,? 204
Collopy, B. 173
Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) 228, 236
Cook, A. 18, 209–22, 244
Corner, L. 18, 47, 83–98, 244
Cornwell, J. 144, 147, 157
Cotrell, V. 13, 15, 32, 34, 165, 183
Craig, M. 97
Croft, S. 85
Crossan, B. 47, 50, 51, 52, 67
Dabbs, C. 118
Dar, N.S. 226, 230, 231, 232
Das, R. 141
Datan, N. 9
David, P. 153
Davis, L.L. 184
Davis, R. 16, 17
Dawson, P. 16
Deatrick, J.A. 37
De Lepeleire, J. 29
Dementia Services Development Centre 58
Department of Health 13, 28, 118, 183, 228
Dickenson, D. 51
Dixon, P. 83
Doherty-Sneddon, G. 221
Donaghy, E. 228, 229, 230
Downs, M. 11, 13, 15, 16, 18, 29, 47, 63–82, 165, 232, 235, 236, 244
Duckett, P. 47, 166, 236
Duelli Klein, R. 12
Duff, G. 30
Dukoff, R. 65, 66
Ekman, S.L. 173
Ericson, P.K. 32
Farquhar, M. 69, 139, 141

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