Table of contents for Body/embodiment : symbolic interaction and the sociology of the body / edited by Dennis Waskul and Phillip Vannini.

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Chapter One
 The Body and Symbolic Interaction		1
		Dennis D. Waskul
		Phillip Vannini
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
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
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
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
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
Chapter Nineteen
	Viewing the Body: An Overview, Exploration,
	and Extension 	343
		Clinton Sanders

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Body, Human -- Social aspects.
Symbolic interactionism.