- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
- One Introduction: the critical significance of care
- Two Democratic caring and global care responsibilities
- Three Beyond the dyad: exploring the multidimensionality of care
- Four Caring for ourselves? Self-care and neoliberalism
- Five Care ethics, intersectionality and poststructuralism
- Six Care ethics and indigenous values: political, tribal and personal
- Seven Privilege and responsibility in the South African context
- Eight Empathy in pursuit of a caring ethic in international development
- Nine Exploring possibilities in telecare for ageing societies
- Ten Paradoxical constructions in Danish elder care
- Eleven Contours of matriarchy in care for people living with AIDS
- Twelve HIV care and interdependence in Tanzania and Uganda
- Thirteen Reciprocity and mutuality: people with learning disabilities as carers
- Fourteen People with intellectual disabilities (visually) reimagine care
- Fifteen Care ethics and physical restraint in residential childcare
- Sixteen Care for carers: care in the context of medical migration
- Seventeen Mental health service use and the ethics of care: in pursuit of justice
- Eighteen Conclusion: renewal and transformation–the importance of an ethics of care
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