By Sue Ellen Henry (auth.)
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Keywords: bodily outcomes; children’s agency; stratification Henry, Sue Ellen. Children’s Bodies in Schools: Corporeal Performances of Social Class. New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. 0005. 0005 Social Class Inequities and the Body This chapter familiarizes readers with the empirical landscape surrounding the study of social class and the body. In this literature, three orientations to the relationship between social class and the body are prominent. The first bidirectional approach focuses on social outcomes associated with bodies that do not fit easily within society norms; the second bidirectional approach emphasizes the influence of class inequality on bodily outcomes; and the third approach seeks to characterize the co-constitutive nature of bodies and their social milieu (Mason 2013).
As one of my graduate school professors once said, “all scholarship is veiled autobiography,” and through writing this book, I have become acutely aware of the truth in this statement. My childhood, like many others, is an interesting alchemy of socioeconomic and social class experiences, one that is hard to characterize in a “pure” category of class assignment. Born and raised in Washington State, my father went to law school on the GI Bill after his time in the military. His experience growing up in decidedly working-class conditions inculcated his serious commitment to social mobility, especially the sort gained through education.
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