Bodies of culture | Oxford University Press

Body pedagogics build capabilities, habits and specific ways of interpreting and acting in the world that shape people’s experience, knowledge and beliefs. While they can form the basis of an esprit de corps within particular cultures, they can also stimulate differences, oppositions and even violent conflicts between groups.

Source: Bodies of breath, bodies of knowledge, and bodies of culture | OUPblog

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