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211 Index Index Abrams, M. H., 6 absence of evidence, 82, 171–72n11 Adair, James M., 79–80 adherence, rhetoric of, 134, 139, 140, 183n8 advance directives (ad), 102, 103–14, 177n13 advertising, 84–86, 131–32, 141, 173n19; direct-to-consumer, 31, 34, 173n20 agency, 14–15, 18, 88, 90, 144 alienation, 85, 172n16 Alvarez, Walter, 45, 50–52, 53 ambiguity, 18, 77, 78, 82–83 ambivalence, sociological, 143–44, 151 American Headache Society, 56, 166n9 American Medical Association (AMA), 32 amputation. See apotemnophilia anatomists, 27–28 Anderson, Charles M., 28, 34 anaesthesia, 31–32 Annas, George J., 6, 129–30 anonymity of narrator, 62–63 anorexia, 62–63, 65, 69 Anthropology from a Pragmatic Point of View (Kant), 82, 89 antisepsis, 31–32 apotemnophilia, 63–64, 169n10 Aristotle, 8, 37, 39, 73, 91, 161n1 audience, 37–39, 41, 73, 166n13; conditions for rhetoric and, 91–92, 94, 101 Auerbach, Siegmund, 45, 166n8 authority of physician, 2, 24–26, 81; erosion of patient narrative, 29–31, 33–34 Baird, Patricia, 126 Baur, Susan, 86, 88 Benson, Herbert, 25 Benson, Thomas W., 7–8 Berlin, James, 15 biomedicine, 23–24, 76, 92, 124 biopsychosocial model, 130, 139 Bitzer, Lloyd, 9 Black, Edwin, 9, 163n16 Blair, Carole, 7 Bloch, Maurice, 112–13 body, 25–26, 76; access to inside of, 32, 164n11; as laboratory, 28–29; machine metaphor, 28, 120, 121–23, 129, 179n5; shared construction of, 25–26, 143. See also patients Bonaccorso, Silvia N., 34, 164n13 Book on the Physician Himself (Cathell), 33–34 Booth, Wayne C., 158 Boswell, James, 74, 88 boundary work, 32–33 Bourgeault, Ivy L., 99–100, 101 Bowker, Geoffrey C., 35, 179n8 Bratman, Steven, 86 breast cancer, 66–67, 128 British Medical Journal, 34 Browne, Janet, 88 Bryant, Donald Cross, 8, 9 Buchan, William, 33, 143 Burke, Kenneth, 4–7, 23, 38, 49, 76, 118, 136, 162n14; on computer metaphor, 121–22; critical approach, 11–12; dramatism, 90, 174n28; opening of rhetoric to science, 10–12 Bush, George W., 171n11 business metaphor, 120, 124–27, 155, 181nn17, 18 Campbell, George, 91–92, 174n1 Campbell, Harry, 44 Campbell, John Angus, 88 Canadian Diagnostic Centre, 87, 173n22 Canadian Hospital Association, 125 cancer, 52, 67–69, 117, 128; metaphors for, 178–79n4, 179n5, 180n9 Cantor, Carla, 69–71 caregiving (as term), 130–31 Carney, P., 54, 55, 167n15 Cassell, Eric J., 82–83, 170 Cathell, D. W., 33–34 Charland, Maurice, 38, 64 Charles, C., 94 classification, 35, 80, 179n8–9 clinic, 22, 26–27, 59 clinical effects of medical rhetoric, 50–51 clinical findings, pitfalls of, 54, 167n15 clinical gaze, 26–28, 29, 36 coercion, 101–2, 149–50 Collins, Harry M., 147, 157 commercial discourse, 154–55 212 Index co-morbidity, migraine and, 48–49, 54–56, 166n12 compliance, rhetoric of, 19, 134, 140, 141– 42 Compliance in Healthcare and Research (ed. Burke and Ockene), 135 computer metaphor, 28, 121–22 concordance, rhetoric of, 134, 139–42, 183n11; limitations of, 146–47, 184n15; sociological ambivalence and, 143–44 Condit, Celeste M., 129, 181n21 conditions for rhetoric, 91–92, 94, 101 Conrad, Peter, 129, 182n22 consumer metaphor, 19, 86–87, 122, 125 contact of minds, 17, 18, 91, 136 “Contesting Death, Speaking of Dying” (Segal), 174–75n2 conviction, 136, 182n3 Copeland, Gary A., 7 Corbett, Edward P. J., 9 Corrections, The (Franzen), 172n16 cosmetic procedures, 87 Couser, G. Thomas, 60, 61, 69, 71, 72 Dalessio, Donald J., 47, 54, 55–56, 167n18 Darwin, Charles, 88–89, 174n25 Davis, Milton, 134 Day, William Henry, 42–43 death and dying, 28; advance directives, 102, 103–14, 177n13; feminization of, 176–77n11; war metaphor and, 92, 124. See also death and dying, rhetoric of; death and dying research death and dying, rhetoric of, 18, 91; competing narratives, 92–93; context for airing decisions, 110–11; control, rhetoric of, 99–100; family members and authority, 109–10, 112–13; foreclosure of options, 102, 107–8; limitations of discourse, 98–99; patient concerns, 102, 177nn12, 14; physician’s medical account, 105–6, 111; singlecase study, 95–103; terminology, cultural conventions, 106–8, 111–12, 178nn16, 20. See also death and dying; death and dying research; Riverview project death and dying research, 92, 94; support study, 100–101, 177n12. See also death and dying; death and dying, rhetoric of death tourism, 154 decision making, 35, 93–94. See also death and dying, rhetoric of; noncompliance deliberative rhetoric, 8, 12, 17, 61 depression: alienation and, 85, 172n16; co-morbidity with migraine, 48–49...

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9780809386260
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2014-01-01
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