Men's Intrusion, Women's Embodiment : A critical analysis of street harassment

By: Vera Gray, FionaMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandRoutledge Research in Gender and Society: Publisher: : Taylor and Francis, 2016Description: 1 online resource (197 p.)ISBN: 9781317360117Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Men's Intrusion, Women's Embodiment : A critical analysis of street harassmentLOC classification: HQ1237 | .V473 2016Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- List of illustrations -- Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- 1 Introduction -- Bringing back Beauvoir -- The problem of naming -- Counting the continuum -- Men's stranger intrusion: a phenomenological framing -- Chapter overview -- A note on terminology and translations -- 2 The importance of the ordinary -- The continuum of men's intrusive practices -- Towards a feminist phenomenology of violence against women and girls -- Feminist phenomenological methodologies: principles
Feminist phenomenological methodologies: practice -- Researching the ordinary: conversation and notebooks -- Representing the ordinary: poetic transcription -- Sample characteristics -- 3 The situated self -- Situating Beauvoir -- Situation, sex and gender -- Our living body -- Our bodily self -- The habit body -- 4 Living men's intrusion: part one -- Ordinary interruptions -- Verbal intrusions -- 'We can see you': the gaze -- 5 Living men's intrusion: part two -- Physical intrusions -- Flashing and masturbation -- Following -- 'When is it going to happen to me?': rape, the fortunate lack
'It works together doesn't it?': connecting the continuum -- 6 It's all part of growing up -- Written in the body -- 'It happens before you even know what it is': childhood intrusion -- 'I didn't feel like I tried at all and I still got it': adolescent intrusion -- 'I didn't walk home that way again': developing a habit body -- 7 Embodying intrusion -- 'It's never really made me augment the way I live': projected impact -- 'The other forty-nine': projected frequency -- The right amount of panic: external awareness -- 'Don't be in your body, watch your body': external perspective
'I'd never really thought of my body as me': bodily alienation -- 8 Inhabiting ourselves -- Policy and practice -- Habits of resistance -- Habits of restoration -- Inhabiting ourselves -- Afterword -- Index
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Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- List of illustrations -- Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- 1 Introduction -- Bringing back Beauvoir -- The problem of naming -- Counting the continuum -- Men's stranger intrusion: a phenomenological framing -- Chapter overview -- A note on terminology and translations -- 2 The importance of the ordinary -- The continuum of men's intrusive practices -- Towards a feminist phenomenology of violence against women and girls -- Feminist phenomenological methodologies: principles

Feminist phenomenological methodologies: practice -- Researching the ordinary: conversation and notebooks -- Representing the ordinary: poetic transcription -- Sample characteristics -- 3 The situated self -- Situating Beauvoir -- Situation, sex and gender -- Our living body -- Our bodily self -- The habit body -- 4 Living men's intrusion: part one -- Ordinary interruptions -- Verbal intrusions -- 'We can see you': the gaze -- 5 Living men's intrusion: part two -- Physical intrusions -- Flashing and masturbation -- Following -- 'When is it going to happen to me?': rape, the fortunate lack

'It works together doesn't it?': connecting the continuum -- 6 It's all part of growing up -- Written in the body -- 'It happens before you even know what it is': childhood intrusion -- 'I didn't feel like I tried at all and I still got it': adolescent intrusion -- 'I didn't walk home that way again': developing a habit body -- 7 Embodying intrusion -- 'It's never really made me augment the way I live': projected impact -- 'The other forty-nine': projected frequency -- The right amount of panic: external awareness -- 'Don't be in your body, watch your body': external perspective

'I'd never really thought of my body as me': bodily alienation -- 8 Inhabiting ourselves -- Policy and practice -- Habits of resistance -- Habits of restoration -- Inhabiting ourselves -- Afterword -- Index

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F. Vera-Gray is a Research Fellow in the Law School at Durham University, UK, interested in drawing together feminist phenomenological conceptual approaches and empirical research on violence against women and girls.

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