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Anthropology
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ANTA02H3
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Maggie Cummings

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Lecture 7: Wrapping Up Feeding Desire
Key Terms: Susan Bordo, body ideals and crystallization of culture, 3 axes of continuity
in Euro-
American body ideals, The Dualist Axis, The Control Axis, The Gender/Power Axis
Crystallization: the way that various cultural logics and values comes together, and
sustain each
other, in real embodied form through body ideals, tangible form, fat bodies is the result
of
crystallization of a caste-based society and values(closed and gender complementarity ),
cultural
values are crystallized and they become real, touchable, visible form, cultural values+logic
comes
together to become real, everything is crystallized through the body ideal
They come in touchable forms, the womens bodies, they crystallize all these different
things,
reinforce and sustain each other, fat bodies are viewed as beautiful because they are so
closed and
still
Fatness as beauty for Azawagh Arabs, the tyranny of slenderness in North America
Being fat embodies cultural values in Niger
We blame T.V, media, magazines with the obsession of thinness, live in an age of T.V,
billboards,
media influence; can we say media is a demon?
We rarely question(we understand what were seeing)
Angelina Jolie crystallizes North American values: mobile, tan/long hair, powerful,
athletic,
masculine, independent, scandally clavious, self-confident, lean
Angelina Jolie embodies the ethic of hard work & restrain
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Lecture 7 Wrapping Up Feeding DesireKey Terms Susan Bordo body ideals and crystallization of culture 3 axes of continuity in EuroAmerican body ideals The Dualist Axis The Control Axis The GenderPower AxisCrystallizationthe way that various cultural logics and values comes together and sustain each otherin real embodied form throughbody ideals tangible form fat bodies is the result of crystallization of a castebased society and valuesclosed and gender complementaritycultural values are crystallized and they become real touchable visible formcultural valueslogic comes together to become real everything is crystallized through the body idealThey come in touchable forms the women
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