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TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION Chapter One The Body and Symbolic Interaction 1 Dennis D. Waskul Phillip Vannini PART ONE The Looking-Glass Body: Reflexivity as Embodiment Chapter Two The Networked Body and the Question of Reflexivity 23 Nick Crossley Chapter Three Reflections of the Body, Images of Self: Visibility and Invisibility in Chronic Illness and Disability 42 Kathy Charmaz Dana Rosenfeld Chapter Four Reflexive Transembodiment 61 Doug Schrock Emily Boyd PART TWO The Dramaturgical Body: Body as Performance Chapter Five Building Bodily Boundaries 81 Spencer E. Cahill Chapter Six Body Armor: Managing Disability and the Precariousness of the Territories of the Self 102 Carol Brooks Gardner William P. Gronfein Chapter Seven Opera and the Embodiment of Performance 118 Paul Atkinson Chapter Eight Samba no Mar: Bodies, Movement, and Idiom in Capoeira 136 Neil Stephens Sara Delamont PART THREE The Phenomenological Body: Body as Province of Meaning Chapter Nine Corporeal Indeterminacy: The Value of Embodied, Interpretive Sociology 154 Lee F. Monaghan Chapter Ten Intelligent Bodies: Embodied Subjectivity and Human-Horse Communication 175 Keri Brandt Chapter Eleven Professional Female Football Players: Tackling Like a Girl? 191 Joseph Kotarba Matt Held Chapter Twelve The Addict¿s Body: Embodiment, Drug Use, and Representation 205 Richard Huggins PART FOUR The Socio-Semiotic Body: Body as Trace of Culture Chapter Thirteen Body-Ekstasis: Socio-Semiotic Reflections on Surpassing the Dualism of Body-Image 226 Phillip Vannini Dennis D. Waskul Chapter Fourteen Eating the Black Body: Interracial Desire, Food Food Metaphor, and White Fear 250 Erica Owens Bronwyn Beistle Chapter Fifteen Claiming the Bodies of Exotic Dancers: The Problematic Discourse of Commodification 265 Carol Rambo Sara Renée Presley Don Mynatt PART FIVE The Narrative Body: Body as Story Chapter Sixteen The Fit and Healthy Body: Consumer Narratives and the Management of Postmodern Corporeity 287 Charles Edgley Chapter Seventeen Masks of Masculinity: (Sur)passing Narratives and Cosmetic Surgery 306 Michael Atkinson Chapter Eighteen The Pregnant / Birthing Body: Negotiations of Personal Autonomy 325 Rachel Westfall CONCLUSION Chapter Nineteen Viewing the Body: An Overview, Exploration, and Extension 343 Clinton Sanders Index
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Body, Human -- Social aspects.