3 edition of Abjection and its correction in ethnographic studies found in the catalog.
|Statement||Jill Adair McCaughan.|
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[Jill Adair McCaughan] -- "This work explores the problematic nature of ethnographic research in regard to power differentials experienced by ethnographers and researched communities. The case study location is Isla Mujeres.
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Abjection: A Review Essay Debra Ferreday Lancaster University Abstract This article draws on a review of Megan Warin’s book, Abject Relations: Everyday Worlds of Anorexia, to discuss the ways in which a feminist ethnographic approach might disrupt dominant cultural narratives of eating disorders and embodiment.
Ethnography, descriptive study of a particular human society or the process of making such a study. Contemporary ethnography is based almost entirely on fieldwork and requires the complete immersion of the anthropologist in the culture and everyday life of the people who are the subject of the study.
Choice, Warin's book is an experientially grounded, theoretically sophisticated, and accessible account of anorexia that is unique and compelling., Anthropologist Megan Warin combines rich multi-sited ethnographic research on anorexic women's lived experiences with a sophisticated theoretical approach based on concepts of abjection and.
Abstract. So far in the book, abjection has predominantly been discussed in relation to the visual, namely, artworks and film. It is easy to see why theorists and critics tend to gravitate towards the visual aspects of abjection, especially given that the visceral and somatic aspects of the phenomenology of abjection lend themselves more readily to visual expression.
Introduction. Mary Douglas b. was an anthropologist and social theorist working in the Durkheimian tradition. Most anthropologists know her book Purity and Danger (Douglascited under Social Organization in Microcosm), and perhaps Natural Symbols (Douglascited under Variation in Elementary Forms of Institutions and Social Organization).
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Since the mids, however, the urban economy has rapidly deteriorated, leaving workers scrambling to get by. They identify two aspects of 'post-paradigm' ethnographic enquiry in particular, the demarcation of ethnography's object of study and its mode of presentation, as areas of debate.
The category of ethnography, a well- established approach to social research in anthropology and some schools of sociology. has been undergoing a continual process.
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It has published work by many trailblazing thinkers and seeks to take forward the movement of. Abject Relations presents an alternative approach to anorexia, long considered the epitome of a Western obsession with individualism, beauty, self-control, and autonomy.
Through detailed ethnographic investigations, Megan Warin looks at the heart of what it Reviews: 3. Abjection and Representation is a theoretical investigation of the concept of abjection as expounded by Julia Kristeva in Powers of Horror () and its application in various fields including the visual arts, film and literature.
It examines the complexity of the concept and its significance as a cultural category. Thomas S. Popkewitz (born Aug ) is an American curriculum theorist on the faculty at the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of studies are concerned with the knowledge or systems of reason that govern educational policy and research related.
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Knowledge sharing is defined as the sharing of both implicit ‘know. In this article, I ask the question: when does research end. I am motivated to engage with this question because I still labour over my doctoral research that I completed a few years ago.
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Increases in the size of the elderly cohort create a wider stratification and pose specific challenges. Nutrition and diet are one key issue.
This study aims to describe food-related practices, beliefs, and representations of non-institutionalized older adults. “According to Darieck Scott, the awful legacies of racial difference and debasement are not inevitable.
And so in Extravagant Abjection, he deftly paves the way for new understandings of the history and culture of black power and work is theoretically exciting and sophisticated, offering invaluable lessons: that the violent pressure of black history—the pressure of its.This chapter describes the abjection that is associated with late life frailty.
Abjection refers to the collective distaste and shame associated with any devalued condition, status or position within society. Drawing upon the history of the ‘old’ abject classes, for whom the poorhouse or the workhouse served as their symbolic institution, it is argued that the successful dismantling of.'Rina Arya's Abjection and Representation is a clearly written and accessible introductory guide to our various social, political, psychic, corporeal, and aesthetic 'adventures of abjection' in contemporary theory, art, literature, and film.
The book is long-needed and effectively has no peers.' Calvin Thomas, Georgia State University, USA.