• Conflict and the Social Body
    Vol 2 No 1 (2015)

    Cover Design by Kateryna Mishchuk, graduate student (MA) in Literature Studies, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine.

    Contexts of the Social Body:

    The concept of the Social Body is meant to capture a wide range of phenomena. Examples follow:

    Sociology: In the most general sense it refers to the social collective where the social body is analogous to the individual body - so conflict and the social body would refer to the ways in which the social collective (an an embodied, material phenomenon) is constituted, organized, broken, etc through conflict.

    Health Sciences: It could mean the biological body which (at least from a sociological perspective) also has social elements to it - how are biological bodies impacted by conflict?

    Communication and Culture: The Social Body refers to the ways that bodies in conflict - both individual and social - are represented in television, art, language and other media. 


     
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