Monaghan, Lee F. “Corporeal Indeterminacy: The Value of Embodied, Interpretive Sociology.” In Body/Embodiment: Symbolic Interaction and the Sociology of the Body.

Monaghan, Lee F. “Corporeal Indeterminacy: The Value of Embodied, Interpretive Sociology.” In Body/Embodiment: Symbolic Interaction and the Sociology of the Body, eds. Dennis Waskul and Phillip Vannini. Burlington, VT: Ashgate. Pgs. 125-140.

Lived bodies as ambiguous; “practical accomplishments that are irreducible to any single discourse or practice” (127 – see Williams and Bendelow 1998) – embedded and reproduced (reproducing) of multiple interactions and interpretation. Scripts of action are a product of embodied life-worlds, shaped by experienced and learnt assumptions

CITE: Williams, Simon and Gillian Bendelow. 1998. The Lived Body: Sociological Themes, Embodied Issues. London: Routledge.

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