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by Christopher A. Faircloth

  • Author: Christopher A. Faircloth
  • ISBN: 075910235X
  • ISBN13: 978-0759102354
  • ePub: 1484 kb | FB2: 1200 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Medicine
  • Publisher: Altamira Press (June 11, 2003)
  • Pages: 225
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Aging bodies : images and everyday experience. Christopher A. Faircloth

Aging bodies : images and everyday experience. Faircloth. Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION Chapter 2 PART I: IMAGES Chapter 3 CHAPTER 1: Visual Representations of Late Life Chapter 4 CHAPTER 2: The Dead Body and Organ Transplantation Chapter 5 CHAPTER 3: The Femal. More).

Volume 25, Issue 4. July 2005, pp. 625-626.

Images and Everyday Experience. He asks, 'Is it not the physical body that readily marks us as aging?'

Faircloth, Christopher A. 1966–(Christopher Alan Faircloth) PERSONAL: Born June 4, 1966, in Tallahassee, FL; son of. .

Faircloth, Christopher A. 1966–(Christopher Alan Faircloth) PERSONAL: Born June 4, 1966, in Tallahassee, FL; son of Charles and Levita Faircloth. Education: Earned P. SIDELIGHTS: Christopher A. Faircloth told CA: "Many people have asked why I became a sociologist, of all things. My interest in and choice to study the sociology of chronic illness was embedded in the impact that epilepsy had on both my mother and me.

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Western thought traditionally divides the human being into a body-mind dualism, a divide realized in the divergent research fields of geriatrics and gerontology; the first examines the physical body, and the second focuses instead upon psychological and social aspects of aging. Research Health Scientist Christopher Faircloth's edited volume of original pieces attempts to bridge this rift: reinserting the physical aging body and its lived experiences back into gerontology's study of aging. He asks, 'Is it not the physical body that readily marks us as aging?' Faircloth organizes this text around two major themes of the aging body: everyday experience, and the social and personal impact of its imagery, while concentrating on three areas of substantive concern: medicalization, gender/sexuality, and the body as consumer. This book would be of interest to gerontologists, social scientists, and students of these fields concerned with the aging body, both object and subject, as experienced and alternatively perceived in relation to contemporary society.