I N D E X
Abel, Elizabeth, 84, 255 n. 12
‘‘Accommodating Merchants’’
(Poovey), 271 n. 20
Accounting as Social and Institutional
Practice (Miller), 271 n. 19
Achenbaum, W. Andrew, 62, 250 n. 16
Adamson, Joseph, 253 n. 1
Administration on Aging, 60
Adolescence (Hall), 66–67
‘‘Aesthetic of Astonishment, An’’ (Gun-
ning), 213
a√ect: a√ectlessness and postmodern
culture, 16; capitalism and identifica-
tion, 252 n. 36; chain of, 104; cul-
tural studies and, 236–37 n. 9, 241–
42 n. 31; Freud on, 38–40; non-
subjective, 140; professional, 240
n. 27; retailing of, 215–16; society
and, 19; theory of, 3–5, 21–25, 236
n. 8, 236–37 n. 9, 244 n. 3, 259–60
n. 1; waning of, 15–16, 125, 137
a√ective attunement, 95
A√ective Computing (Picard), 160–61
a√ective experience, 3, 29–30
a√ective labor, 21, 23, 241–42 n. 31
a√ect script, 34, 160, 252 n. 32
a√ect storm, 92
a√ect system, 139, 159–63, 263–64
n. 21, 264 n. 22
ageism, 31, 51, 59, 67–68, 75, 77–78
aging: a√ect script for, 76–78; anger
and, 65–66, 68, 75–76, 191, 252
nn. 32–33; depression and, 31, 64,
67, 71, 249 n. 11; dreams and, 72;
emotion and politics of, 5, 31, 61–63,
67, 249 nn. 9–10, 249–50 n. 15, 250
n. 16; feelings and, 6–7, 250 n. 21;
future of elders and, 66–67, 70–71,
77, 250 n. 17, 251 n. 23, 252 n. 36;
gendered perspectives and, 64, 68–
69, 249 n. 13, 250 nn. 19–20; hyper-
individualization and, 249 n. 14; life
expectancy and, 64, 249 n. 12; life
stages and, 248 n. 1, 249 n. 5, 251
n. 24; marginalization and, 30, 51,
67, 68, 73–74, 251 n. 27; moral au-
thority of anger and, 73–78; narra-
tives of, 60, 76–78, 248 n. 4; outlaw
emotion of anger and, 30, 31, 75;
rage and, 69–70, 72–73, 77, 250
n. 22, 252 n. 35, 252–53 n. 37; social
consciousness of, 60–61; wisdom
and, 31, 59, 62, 64–65, 71–72, 74–
75, 251 n. 24, 251 n. 26, 251–52
n. 29, 252 nn. 30–31
Aging and Its Discontents (Woodward), 63
‘‘Aging, Morale, and Meaning’’ (Coh-
ler), 251–52 n. 29
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