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Learning Bodies : The Body in Youth and Childhood Studies

Learning Bodies : The Body in Youth and Childhood Studies
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  • Preface -- Contents -- 1 Introduction: The Body in Youth and Childhood Studies -- Abstract -- The Young Body in Context -- Risk Discourses of Youth and Childhood -- Beyond Psychosocial Development Discourses of Youth and Childhood -- Theoretical Background: Beyond the 'Absent Body' -- Bodies, Genders and Sexualities -- Reconceptualising Health, Wellbeing and 'Recovering' -- Methodological and Pedagogical Innovations -- Conclusion -- References -- The Young Body: Gender and Sexualities -- 2 Queer Youthscapes in Asia: Embodied Modernities and Trans-Embodiments -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Transitions in Asia: On the Youthscapes of Space, Time, Body -- Space and Time: Queer Asia and the Chinese Schoolgirl Romance Film -- Body: FTM Trans-Embodiment-the Tomboi, Boy-Head and Butch in Southeast and East Asia -- Indonesia: The Body Knowledge of Tombois -- Hong Kong: The Self-Fashioning Boy-Heads -- Singapore: The Neoliberal Accumulation of Nightclub Butches -- Conclusion -- References -- 3 Broad Minds, Narrow Possibilities: The Embodiment of Gender -- Abstract -- Theorising the Embodiment of Gender -- Fitting the Gendernormative Bill -- Change -- Conclusion -- References -- 4 Steeling the Junior Body: Learning Sport and Masculinities in the Early Years -- Abstract -- Context and Method -- Learning to Steel the Body -- KwaDabeka -- Being Tough and Hard -- Fame and Fortune: Sport, Race and Class -- Bullwood -- Steeling the Skilled Body -- Disciplining the Body -- Sexualising the Junior Body -- You Can Do an F5 on Her -- Conclusion -- References -- 5 "They've Always Got Flat Tummies and It Really Bugs Us" -- Abstract -- Conceptualising the Girls-Bodies-Media Relationship -- Researching Girls, Media, and Embodiment -- Feeling Fat -- Feeling 'Kinda Bad About Yourself' -- Concluding Comments -- References
  • 6 "Fuck Your Body Image": Teen Girls' Twitter and Instagram Feminism in and Around School -- Abstract -- Introduction: Postfeminist Feminine Psychical and Bodily Pathologies -- Fourth Wave or Social Media Feminism? -- Addressing the Gaps: Teen Feminist Activism and Networked Affect -- The Research Context: West End High -- 'There's a Flaw in the System': Uniforming Dangerous Bodies -- 'Fuck Your Body Image!' from Feminist Defeat to Intra-Acting Inspo-Paras -- Networked Affect Intra-Acting with Feminist Activism in Public Space -- Conclusion -- References -- 7 Internet Sex Chatting and "Vernacular Masculinity" Among Hong Kong Youth -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Netnography: A Methodological Note -- The Culture of Internet Chatting in Hong Kong: Popular Problematisations -- Discussion: Sexed Linguistic Innovations -- Visual Icons: Sex and Mockery -- Language Play -- Vernacular Masculinity -- Coda -- References -- Further Reading -- Part IIThe Young Body: ReconceptualisingHealth, Illness and Recovering -- 8 The Resisting Young Body -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Power and Resistance: A New Materialist Perspective -- Pro-ana: Resisting Body Governance -- Young Male Sexuality: Resisting Education -- Discussion -- References -- 9 Girls and Sexting: The Missing Story of Sexual Subjectivity in a Sexualized and Digitally-Mediated World -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Narratives of Risk and Concern -- Missing Narratives of Agency, Subjectivity and Difference -- Centering Girls' Sexual Embodiment -- Bringing the Body into Sexuality Theory -- Sexting: A Space for Storying Sexuality? -- Pathways Forward? -- Conclusion -- References -- 10 Recovering Bodies: The Production of the Recoverable Subject in Eating Disorder Treatment Regimes -- Abstract -- Pushing Against Biopedagogy -- Introducing the Body to Theory -- Becoming Women -- Orienting Women -- Conclusion
  • References -- 11 G Major to D Major to a Minor 7 (A Progression to Recovery) -- Abstract -- Etude -- Michael -- Cameron -- Introduction -- First Movement (Mental Illness and Recovery) -- Second Movement (Affective Pedagogies) -- Interlude (Research Design, Aims and Methods) -- Third Movement (Learning to Play Guitar, Becoming Well) -- Cameron -- Michael -- Coda -- References -- 12 'She Was Becoming Too Healthy and It Was Just Becoming Dangerous': Body Work and Assemblages of Health -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Theory -- Methods -- Health, Image and the Body -- Unsettling Links Between 'Health' and 'Healthy Practices' -- 'Doses' of Health -- Discussion: Bodies, Assemblages and Becoming -- Conclusion -- References -- Part IIIEmbodying Research and Pedagogy -- 13 'Sticky' Learning: Assembling Bodies, Objects and Affects at the Museum and Beyond -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Thinking with Deleuze-Guattari: Bodies, Affects, Learning -- A Methodological Note: Assembling an Account of Learning-Attending to Affect -- Data and Methods: Studying Relations, Affects and Assemblages -- Learning to Be Affected/Being Affected to Learn: Assembling Bodies, Objects and Affects -- What Can 'Sticky' Learning Do?: Making Space for Social Justice -- References -- 14 Playing the Inside Out: Using Drama as an Embodied Medium Through Which to Work on Changing Gender Norms -- Abstract -- Introduction -- A Focus on Poststructuralist Theory -- From Theory to Pedagogical Practice -- De-Centering Voice, Re-Calibrating Bodies -- Field Stories -- Using the Image for Analysis -- Future Frames -- Embodied Exegesis -- The Silencing Norm and the Scene of Address -- Turning the Self Inside-Out -- Metaphors for the Metaphysical -- Surreal as Ruptured Reality -- Becoming Clown -- From Recognition to Re-Cognition -- Conclusion -- References
  • 15 Visual Ethics with and Through the Body: The Participation of Girls with Disabilities in Vietnam in a Photovoice Project -- Abstract -- Introduction -- The Context of Working with Girls with Disabilities -- Global Context -- Vietnamese Context -- Being Seen and the Body Politic -- Photovoice as a Tool of Representation and Embodiment -- About Photovoice as Methodology -- Photovoice Work with Girls with Disabilities in Hanoi -- Learning Bodies: The Data -- Part 1: Performing the Body -- Girls with Disabilities and Staging -- Part 2: On the Ethics of Doing in Visual Research with Girls with Disabilities -- Sensory Research as Including or Excluding -- The Right to Be Seen and Heard -- Being Seen: Contesting the 'No Faces' Protocol -- Ownership and Girls' Agency in Taking Pictures of Taking Pictures -- On the Ethics of Individualism and Collectivity -- Speaking for and Speaking With -- Towards a Framework for Visual Ethics in and Through the Body -- Conclusions -- References -- 16 Conclusion: Towards Embodied Theories, Methodologies and Pedagogies -- Abstract -- The Materialist Turn -- Methodology and Pedagogy -- Conclusion -- References -- 17 Erratum to: Learning Bodies -- Erratum to:J. Coffey et al. (eds.), Learning Bodies, Perspectives on Children and Young People,DOI 10.1007/978-981-10-0306-6 -- Index
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