INDEX
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Aboriginal counter-celebrations of the
Bicentenary, 213n75
active patient, 43–48, 199n25
act up, 116, 126
addiction, xiii–xiv, 187–89; abstract
public space of, 162; aspiration de-
pendency as, 104–5, 107, 209n54; to
crystal methamphetamine, 170,
172–74, 184, 221n19, 226n63; Frank-
furt School perspective of, 71–72,
74, 102; medicalization of, 67–71;
neurobiology of, 173–74
administration of the self, 60–61, 64–
67, 202n19. See also self-
administration practices
advocacy organizations, ix–x
a√ect, xi, 121–28, 195n50, 211n35,
211n37
a√ective epidemics, 82
Agamben, Giorgio, 194n36
agency, xi; the active patient, 43–48,
199n25; consumer agency, 71–74;
ethical agency, 108–9, 141–45, 156–
57, 214–15nn16–19, 216n32,
226n66; feminist perspectives of,
108. See also embodied agency;
safety practices
aids Council of New South Wales,
123, 212n42
aids crisis, 1–2; government re-
sponses to, 16–20; impact on dance-
parties of, 20–26, 195n50,
196nn55–56; sexual politics of,
106–7; temporal frames of, 25–28,
32–33, 197n1. See also increase in
hiv infections; prevention of hiv;
treatment of hiv
aids quilt, 116–17
aids Treatment Project of Australia
(atpa), 213n64
alcohol, 153, 176, 198n17
Alloway, Lawrence, 73–74
American Association for Cancer Re-
search, 210n19
amotivational syndrome, 62–63
anhedonia, xiii–xiv
anticrack campaigns, 225n58
anticrystal activism, 170–73, 176–77,
181, 223n35
antiretroviral drugs, 7, 109; adverse ef-
fects of, 8, 56–57, 110, 114, 124, 128–
35, 193n20, 212n45; drug-resistant
viruses and, 124, 212n45; early treat-
ment imperatives for, 54–55, 112–
13; impact on dance parties of, 24–
28; marketing of, 118–21, 138–40;
Protease Moment and, 111–12, 120–
21, 210n8; Trizivir, 210n18. See also
safety practices; treatment of hiv
Armstrong, David, 43–44
aspirational society, 81–82, 91, 96–98,
101–2, 104–5, 118
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