Table of contents for Dirty work : the social construction of taint / edited by Shirley K. Drew, Melanie Mills, and Bob M. Gassaway.

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Contents
Acknowledgments	ix
Introduction	1
Melanie Mills, Shirley K. Drew, & Bob M. Gassaway
Part I
Ethnography of Taint
1	Doing Justice	11
	Shirley K. Drew 
2	Dirty Work and Discipline Behind Bars	33
Sarah J. Tracy & Clifton Scott 	
3	Riding Fire Trucks and Ambulances with 
	America's Heroes	55
Clifton Scott & Sarah J. Tracy 
4	Without Trucks, We'd Be Naked, Hungry & Homeless!	77
Melanie Mills
5	Bitching about Secretarial "Dirty Work"	95
	Patricia Sotirin
6	Nursing as Dirty Work	113
Melanie Mills & Amy Schejbal 
7	Crack Pipes and T-Cells: Use of Taint Management by 
	HIV/AIDS/Addiction Caregivers	133
Stephanie Poole Martinez
Part II
Case Studies
8	Good Cops, Dirty Crimes	149
Bob M. Gassaway
9	Cops, Crimes, and Community Policing	169
Shirley K. Drew & Mendy Hulvey
10	The Death Doctors	195
Bob M. Gassaway
Part III
Conclusion
11	Ethnography as Dirty Work	217
Shirley K. Drew & Melanie Mills
12	Concluding Thoughts	231
Melanie Mills, Shirley K. Drew, & Bob M. Gassaway
References		241
About the Contributors 	257

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Work -- Social aspects.
Stigma (Social psychology).
Occupational prestige.
Occupations -- Psychological aspects.
Work -- Psychological aspects.
Quality of work life.