Bourdieu, Hysteresis, and Shame: Spinal Cord Injury and the Gendered Habitus
This article offers a consideration of the gendered emotion of shame within the context of the lived experiences of spinal cord injured men, using found life histories as a source material. Drawing upon the Bourdieusian concept of hysteresis, I theorize the emergence of a gendered disjuncture between incorporated expectations, values and assumptions, and the substantive enactments of masculinity socially available in the aftermath of spinal cord injury. Shame was often experienced within...[Show more]
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