Body Matters: Essays on the Sociology of the Body

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Index

a
Abercrombie, N. 137
Achilles Heel journal 70
Ackland, Valentine 105
action, theories of 71, 77
Adair, C. 45
Adams, B. 18
Adams, Carol 66 n
Adshead, J. 37
advertising 10, 45, 54, 59, 66n, 69, 78 -9
AIDS 4, 8, 9, 10, 31, 102
Amsterdam 102
anatomy 5, 6
angling 77, 80, 87 n
anorexia 7, 53, 123, 125
Ardener, S. 109
Arditti, R. 11
Armstrong, D. 3, 6, 7
Arnold, Matthew 37
arts 35, 46, 91
in UK see UK
see also films
Asian dance 39, 41, 43, 47 n
Australia 46, 66 n
Austrin, T. 138

b
babies 122 -33
Bakhtin, M. 81
Bakweri women 109
ballet 36, 38, 40, 41, 43, 44, 45, 46
Ballet Rambert 36, 38, 40
Balzac, H. de 17
Bancroft, J. 29, 32
Banes, S. 37, 47 n
Bangladeshi dance 41
Barham, S.B. 78
Barrett, M. 11
Barrilleaux, Doris 61
Barry, K. 91, 96 -7
Baudrillard, J. 42, 44
Beardsworth, A. 122
Beauvoir, Simone de 109
Behan, Brendan 83
Benton, T. 136
Berger, J. 44
Berger, P.L. 25
Bernard, Jeffrey 83
Beverley, B. 60
Bhangra dance 41
Bharata Natyam dance 39, 41, 42, 43
Binetti, Laura 59
biology/culture divide see nature
Birmingham 98, 102
Blacking, J. 37
'Bleeding Fairies' dance 45
Blumer, H. 125
body
classical 81, 83, 84, 86, 87
Communicative 74, 80, 81
control 79, 80
Disciplined 74, 80
Dominating 74, 75, 80, 81
grotesque 81, 86, 87
language 70, 74, 76
Mirroring 74, 80, 81
oppressing 85
sociology see sociology
Body and Society, The (Turner) 3, 69
bodybuilding 49, 67
Bodybuilding Monthly50, 52, 58, 64
body/mind division see mind
Bologh, R. 12, 19
Booth, Charles 91
Bordo, S. 12, 53, 61, 65

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