Index
accountability, 3, 4, 60, 63; audit culture, 7, 20,
96–117, 153; and blame, 213; contesting ac-
countability, 8, 13, 19; contrasting forms of,
169; criminal accountability, 172; discourses
of, 19; and fiscal responsibility, 16, 100, 105,
109, 118, 229; for state abuses, 158–59, 161,
166, 177; and judicialization, 143; networks
of, 42; and quantitative performance indica-
tors, 105; and testimony, 170; to the public,
231n6
affect, 18–19. See also emotion
agency, 4, 12, 19, 39, 100, 104, 137, 170, 190, 217,
223, 227; moral agency, 101, 104; subsumed
agency, 164, 166
aging, 16, 127, 199, 200, 230n1; late adulthood,
200; longevity, 186; pensions, 19, 196, 209,
218, 228; retirement, 193–94, 196, 200,
205
alienation, 52
antiquity: ancient Greece, 7, 10, 143; Greco-
Roman period, 8; Stoicism, 9
Arendt, Hannah, 52, 58
Argentina, 139, 140, 176
asylum, 29, 100
attunement, 12, 50, 63–68
Australia, 43, 100, 110, 112, 218
autonomy, 4, 5, 10, 11, 17, 31, 40, 45, 98–100,
107, 109, 117, 165, 186, 188, 196, 216
Barad, Karen, 51, 59–62
Beck, Ulrich, 100
biology, 16, 183, 214, 215, 221–29, 230n4, 231n5,
231n7, 232n12
biosociality, 10, 19, 216, 223, 228, 231n7
Blair, Tony, 33, 103
blame, 4, 14, 16–17, 85, 94, 183, 184, 213, 217,
218, 226–29
Bosnia- Herzegovina, 139
Britain, 39, 81, 101, 218, 223; British veterans,
16; and colonial rule, 159; and nuclear bomb
tests, 213
Brodwin, Paul, 24n4
Buddhism, 9
bureaucracy, 32, 33, 68n2, 110, 111, 112, 153, 218,
221, 228
Butler, Judith, 59
calculation, 29, 31, 32, 34–35, 105, 107, 186
Canada, 12, 50, 181, 187
capitalism, 20, 53, 75–76, 94, 122, 124, 129, 130,
152, 157, 186, 197, 198; boom- bust cycles, 104,
132; capital, 20, 84, 86, 151, 198; consumer
choice, 101, 104, 212n8; corporations, 1, 2, 17,
19–21, 23, 74–76, 85–86, 104, 113–32, 144, 182,
190–92, 229; entrepreneurial spirit, 101, 109,
111, 119, 123–25, 128, 130; and instrumental
rationality, 130; liquidity aid, 152; market
democracy, 194; markets with morality, 125,
131; and profitability, 20, 114, 130–32, 198;
supply chains, 127
care, 2–23, 23n2, 41; self- care 7, 8, 9–10, 13, 194,
199, 201, 202, 214, 215
Carrithers, Michael, 9
charity, 12, 30, 101
childhood, 13, 66, 72, 79, 90, 91, 94, 189;
innocence, 74, 90, 92; political struggle,
74, 88, 91, 92; and birth defects, 225; and
health, 77–95, 103, 130; and innocence, 183;
and social environment, 36–41, 47n5; and
the nation, 35; and the social contract, 18,
28; and vulnerability, 21, 74, 90; Children’s
Day, 207
Chile, 130, 139
China, 13
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