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Title: Cuerpos, mujeres y narrativas: Imaginando corporalidades y géneros
Other Titles: Bodies, women and narratives: Imagining corporealities and genders
Author: Enguix Grau, Begoña
González Ramos, Ana Maria
Others: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3)
Keywords: free narratives
female bodies
beauty
gender
Issue Date: 9-May-2018
Publisher: Athenea Digital: Revista de Pensamiento e Investigación Social
Citation: Enguix, B. & González Ramos, A.M. (2018). Cuerpos, mujeres y narrativas: Imaginando corporalidades y géneros. Athenea Digital: Revista de Pensamiento e Investigación Social, 18(2), 1-31. doi: 10.5565/rev/athenea.1956
Also see: https://atheneadigital.net/article/download/v18-n2-enguix-gonzalez/1956-pdf-es
Abstract: In this work we consider that bodies are individual, social and symbolic producers of discourses about identity. Through the exploration of the connections between bodies, gender meanings and sexualities, we aim to unveil the values and meanings of gender that we associate to feminine bodies; we also aim to analyze the referential categories for the configuration and interpretation of bodies and for our understandings of women's beauty and sensuality. For that purpose, we have used a gallery of images depicting women taken from different magazines. We use that gallery to elicit narratives on the images. The narratives we have worked with show that women's discourses are now merging traditional and non-traditional ideas about feminine bodies and sexualities that illustrate the way how we build, perform and interpret gender in its relation to embodiment, sexuality, and beauty canons.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/93243
ISSN: 1578-8946MIAR

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