Embodied Resistance engages the rich and complex range of society's contemporary "body outlaws"—people from many social locations who violate norms about the private, the repellent, or the forbidden. This collection ventures beyond the conventional focus on the "disciplined body" and instead, examines conformity from the perspective of resisters. By balancing accessibly written original ethnographic research with personal narratives, Embodied Resistance provides a window into the everyday lives of those who defy or violate socially constructed body rules and conventions.
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Published September 16, 2011
by Vanderbilt University Press.
Political & Social Sciences.