Body Panic: Gender, Health, and the Selling of Fitness

By Shari L. Dworkin; Faye Linda Wachs | Go to book overview

Index
advertising/advertisers, 1, 10, 24, 25, 36, 46, 52, 54, 75, 110, 122–23, 132, 135. 141 15152, 167–68, 170, 176, 178, 188n. 11, 193n. 14, 194n. 6, 196n. 25, 197n. 27, 198–99n. 10
AIAW (Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women), 194n. 1, 195–96n. 21
Allure, 130
American Journal of Public Health, 112
Anderson, E., 59, 191n. 14
antiwar movements, 138
Anzaldua, G., 24
Armitage, J., 70
Arrington, D., 90
Atlanta Journal Constitution, 134
audience building, 171
baby, 113, 116, 121–22, 169; baby overhead press, 121; as barbells, 78; kiss the baby pushups, 121, 127; reverse curls, 121
Baca-Zinn, Maxine, 24
Bailey, L., 108
Banet-Weiser, S., 164
Barbie, 5, 17–18, 189n. 12
Bartky, S. L., 23, 30, 32, 65, 82, 109, 114, 187n. 4
Baudrillard, J., 18, 64, 69, 103, 162, 179
Bauman, Z., 103
Beal, B., 164
Beauvoir, S. de, 195n. 17
Berger, J., 30
Birrell, S., 4
Blinde, E. M., 187
Blum, L., 107, 127
bodies: bodily convergence, 20, 29, 33–34, 39–40, 44, 48–49, 62, 65, 71, 102, 160–62, 198n. 8; bodily dissatisfaction, 9, 71–72, 108, 187n. 8; bodily failure or lack, 10, 14, 22–23, 36, 63, 70, 75, 79–83, 107, 130, 175, 179, 188n. 10; bodily habitus, 89, 103; bodily ideals and norms/body image, 1011, 25, 36, 66, 72, 74, 77, 106, 109, 130, 157, 160, 164, 170, 174–75, 179, 187n. 2; bodily objects, 7, 12; bodily capital, 9, 52, 89, 103–105, 179, 190n. 6, 193n. 16–17; bodily narcissism, 35; bodily objectification (see objectification); bodily subjectivities, 11, 23, 30, 32, 40, 66; body/consumer matrix, 177–180; body panic, 7, 13, 16, 22, 25, 64–67, 70, 85, 100–104, 162, 173–74, 179, 192n. 11, 193nn. 16–17; body positioning/presentation/language, 2, 3, 40–45, 153–55; body stigma, 36, 63, 92, 95–96, 108, 173, 189n. 20; subjective aspects of being-as-object, 29–30, 32, 51, 62, 65–66, 155, 162, 174
bodily surveillance, 7–8, 10, 13, 32, 40, 63, 83, 107–9, 114. 117–18, 125–27, 153, 155, 161, 179, 188n. 11, 193n. 2; and civic responsibility, 35; conflations of looking good and feeling good, 22, 127 (see also Duncan, M. C.); cosmetic surgery among men, 71; and cumulative social practices or purchases, 1, 11–12, 15, 82; docile bodies, 14, 62–63, 155, 170, 179, 190n. 5; hegemonic masculinity and the male body, 33, 65–66, 74, 86–92, 95, 162, 166–67, 170 (see also masculinities; sport); and social class, 11, 14, 110, 140, 187n. 9; studying up on, 25, 69, 160; upper and lower, 77–81, 83, 96, 112, 162
Bolin, A., 187n. 2
Bordieu, P., 190n. 6, 193n. 16
Bordo, Susan, 8, 19, 21, 29, 65–66, 70, 8081, 106–8, 119, 145, 187
Bordowitz, G., 13
breast-feeding as calorie burning, 107
Brownell, K., 187n. 1

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