Body Matters

Body Matters

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Focusing on the sociological embodiment of various qsocial actorsq, the authors consider the subsequent links with the constraints of daily life i.e. the male body, female therapists, body builders, marital and sexual counsellors, sex workers. They present recent or new research findings on aspects of the body, variants from what is conventionally seen as qnaturalq and consider and question aspects of self-image versus society's expectations. A number of developments in discussions of the body on such topics as feminist thought, the study of health and illness and cultural theory are presented as a series of essays which demonstrate the variety of interests mentioned.; The book is aimed at undergraduates/postgraduates students and lecturers in sociology, cultural studies, women's and gender studies.Essays On The Sociology Of The Body Sue Scott, David Morgan ... Some, featuring dance as part of the way of life of highly visible youth sub-cultures, focus on the a#39;awkward questiona#39; of youth as it has manifest itself to the media and theanbsp;...

Title:Body Matters
Author:Sue Scott, David Morgan
Publisher:Routledge - 2004-08-02


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