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The Construction Body of Women with High Body Mass Index on the Example of the Dance School «Vse Svoi»

Student: Kristina Kolupaeva

Supervisor: Elena L. Omelchenko

Faculty: Saint-Petersburg School of Social Sciences and Area Studies

Educational Programme: Modern Social Analysis (Master)

Final Grade: 8

Year of Graduation: 2016

This work concentrated on the issue of female corporeality in the context of shapes and sizes of the body. The basis theoreticaly this topic formed the concept to understanding social theory ,is in line with the following approaches: socio-anthropological approach, semiotic approach, discursive approach, phenomenological approach. The structure of this work includes: introduction, Chapter one (in which the theoretical base studies of the female corporeality in the context of high body mass index), the second Chapter was analyzed the empirical material that was collected to perform in the course of the study) and conclusion. Also in this dissertation is the application that includes a transcript of one of the interviews.

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