Talking about Care: Two Sides to the Story

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Index
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A
abuse 5, 14-15, 107
in care literature 2
family history 30-3
negative/harmful care repertoire 101, 103-4
sarcasm 159
and stress 29-30
account construction 44, 46, 57
accountability 53, 57
accounting for care 60, 65
accounting strategies 60-1, 63
accounts of care 60, 65
Adams, T. 38
Ahmad, W. 80, 81
Anderson, C. 32
anticipatory care 21
antithetical strategy 45
argumentation 57
assessment interviews 41-2
Atkin, K. 1, 17, 20, 22, 24, 104-5
Atkinson, P. 41
Austin, J. 60

B
Bakhtin, M. 55
balancing/boundary 22
Baldock, J. 27
Bayley, M. 21
beneficial care repertoire 65, 88-93, 101, 103-4
Bennett, G. 30, 31, 32, 37
Bentham, Jeremy 34, 40n
Bertaux, D. 43
Biegel, D.E. 28
Biggs, S. 30
Billig, M. 4, 16, 57, 60
biographical disruption 46
biographies 41-2, 63
analysing accounts and identity construction 45-7, 48
care research 43
caree trajectory 143-5
carer trajectory 141-3
constructing 44
research participants 195-9
see also family history
Birch, M. 62
Blaxter, M. 46, 47
body, and identity 37
Bowden, P. 17, 18
Bowers, B. 21, 36, 38
Brechin, A. 14, 27, 28, 30, 92
Briscoe, E. 28
Brody, E. 29, 31, 82
Brown, H. 34
Buchanan, A. 31
Burman, E. 52
Burr, V. 6, 51, 56, 166
Bytheway, B. 13-14, 17
Bywaters, P. 72, 104

C
Cairl, R. 1, 29
Calderón, V. 29
care 1
constructing identities 35-9
as gendered and culturally relative term 17-20
literature 1-3
meanings of term 13-14
policy documents 22-6
space and gaze 34-5
stress and troubles 29-30
typologies 20-2, 51
care-givers 2
care-recipients 2, 12
care relationships 1, 2-3
conceptualisations 14, 15
dependency 26-9
language 3-4, 8
reciprocity 12-13
researching 5-7
typologies 21-2
see also relationship difficulties
care repertoires 51-2, 65, 69-70, 105-6
analysis and orientation 67
constructing meanings 66-7
context 68-9
filial care dyad 166, 169
formal 83-5
illness/disability 85-8
implications for professional practice 102-5
informal 70-4

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