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Index Acquired identities, 156–61, 178, 213–14 Adler, Max K., 160 Agha, 193, 206 Agha-hajj, 194, 206 Agha-sayyid, 206 Al-Ahram, obituaries, 15, 48, 49–52, 73, 74; condolences to family, 22, 50, 53; cost of obituary, 49–50; decrease in number of obituaries from 1988 to 1998, 241; gendered obituaries, 153; geographical coverage of obituaries, 309 n.27; shukr, 50–51 Al-Akhbar, 50, 309 n.28 Al-Fatah, 311 n.19 Alford, Richard D., 120–21, 122, 145, 312 n.3, 312 n.4 American obituaries. See United States obituaries Anisa, 192, 198 Ansari, Hameid, 61 Aqilat, 158 Arabic obituaries. See Egyptian obituaries Armalat, 132–33 Aubrey, John: “Brief Lives,” 23 Ayal, 131, 158 Ayatollah Khomeini, 165 Ayatullah, 195  Azaa (condolences), 58 Bahithat al-Badiya, 63, 80, 212, 307 n.1(Intro) Banu, 131, 150, 158, 192, 198, 204, 205 Basha, 61, 157, 194–95, 202 Beauvoir, Simone de: The Second Sex, 13 Beh, 61, 157, 194, 202, 308 n.9 Boldface type, 63, 64, 309 n.37, 310 n.4 British obituaries, 22–23 Capitalization, 64 Chador, 101, 149, 281, 309 n.22 Change hypothesis, 48 Charles, Lucile Hoerr, 130 Chicago Tribune, 24, 127 Children, in Egyptian obituaries, 33–34 Condolences: in Al-Ahram, 22, 50, 53;  azaa, 58; tasliyat, in Ettela  at, 53 Culture hypothesis, 48 Death announcements, 22, 54, 55 Deceased mentioned: Abdel Kirim Ahmad El-Sharqawi, 31–32; Ali Khalifa Mahmoud, 30–31; Ali Rajai Ardebili, 43, 45; Blout, Lillian, 36; Carroll, Arthur, 37; D’Oench, William, 37; Gelber, Charles N., 39; Kawkab Bisada Tadros, 33–34; Levenson, Ricky (Rita), 38; Mehdi Akhavan Salis, 43, 44, 45; Nusrat Assadat Mansouriyeh, 42–43; Pell, Charlotte Lathrope, 281–82; Richardson, Mrs. Charles F. P., 281–82; Shadia Ezzat Ramadan, 33; Smith, Cornelius H., 40; Spens-Thomson, Elisabeth, 38–39; Touran-Zaman Muhajer Iravani, 42–43; Uhry, Minnie, 36–37; Victoria Mikhail Khouri, 29; Zahra Beheshti, 41–42; Zakia Quta, 27–28; Zeinab Elesawi, 27 Douglas-Home, William, 22–23 325 326 Index Dunnett, Peter J., 71–73 Dushizeh, 192, 198, 204, 205 Early, Evelyn, 123 The Economist, 22–23 Effendi, 61, 157, 194, 201, 202 Egypt: culture-driven use of titles, 165; cultural ties with France, 51–52; formation of Republic, 165, 168, 171; government reforms of 1952– 1978, 226–27; mortality rates, 81; motherhood in culture, 135; naming practices, 122–25; 1919 Revolution, 98; 1952 Revolution, 99, 102; social and political change in early 20th century, 97–98; traditionalism, 183–84; women’s experiences in, 148–49; women’s participation in mourning ceremonies, 53–54; women’s rights movement, 98–99, 102–4, 176, 225–27 Egyptian Feminist Union (al-  itihad al-nisai al-misri), 98 Egyptian obituaries, 26–36; change in size from 1988 to 1998, 242–44; clerical titles over time, 210; content analysis of professional titles, 195–97; content analysis of social titles, 192–95; culture of, 215, 310 n.5; effects of sex, culture, and time on use of titles, 171–78; effects of time on naming of women, 146–47; effects of time on use of titles, 169–71; factors affecting representation of women in, 227–28; formality, 154; formats and styles, 51–52; identification of women by role as wife, 135; lack of expression of feelings, 45; lack of sex equity in, 15; linguistic and nonlinguistic differentiation between sexes, 32; marital titles for women, 198, 199; men in, 1938, 30–32; men in, 1988, 35; military titles used, 196, 236; Muslim to Christian representation of women without name, 144; name avoidance, 114, 128, 143, 264–65; occupational titles by sex, 215–16; occupational titles by type, 230–36; occupational titles for men by type, 235, 253–54; occupational titles for men by type in 1998, 253, 254–55; occupational titles for men over time, 222, 229, 249; occupational titles for women by type, 234–35; occupational titles for women by type in 1998, 253; occupational titles for women over time, 224; occupational titles over time, 220–21; percentage of deceased identified by title, 115, 162; percentage of women identified by title, 162–63; professional and social titles, 180–81; professional and social titles by sex, 181–84; professional and social titles over time, 186–91; professional titles for men from 1988 to 1998, 249; professional titles for women over time, 207–8; ratio of Muslims to Christians, 311 n.14; relationships in identifying deceased women and men, 134–35, 137; relationships in identifying...

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9780814336557
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2012-01-01
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