Chapter 1 Introduction - Learning Bodies: The body in youth and childhood studies.- Section 1 The young body: Gender and sexualities.- Chapter 2 Queer youthscapes in Asia: Embodied modernities and trans-embodiments.- Chapter 3 Broad minds, narrow possibilities: The embodiment of gender.- Chapter 4 Steeling the junior body: Learning sport and masculinities in the early years.- Chapter 5 "They've always got flat tummies and it really bugs us".- Chapter 6 "Fuck your body image": Teen girls' Twitter and Instagram feminism in and around school.- Chapter 7 Internet sex chatting and "Vernacular Masculinity" among Hong Kong Youth.- Section 2 The young body: Reconceptualising health, illness and recovering.- Chapter 8 The resisting young body.- Chapter 9 Girls and sexting: The missing story of sexual subjectivity in a sexualized and digitally-mediated world.- Chapter 10 Recovering bodies: The production of the recoverable subject in eating disorder treatment regimes.- Chapter 11 G major to A minor 7 (A Progression to Recovery).- Chapter 12 'She was becoming too healthy and it was just becoming dangerous': Body work and assemblages of health.- Section 3 Embodying research and pedagogy.- Chapter 13 'Sticky' learning: Assembling bodies, objects and affects at the museum and beyond.- Chapter 14 Moving and making bodies: Materiality as a feminist issue.- Chapter 15 Playing the inside out: Using drama as an embodied medium through which to work on changing gender norms.- Chapter 16 Visual ethics with and through the body: The participation of girls with disabilities in Vietnam in a photovoice project.- Chapter 17 Learning Bodies: Towards embodied theories, methodologies and pedagogies.
Julia Coffey is a lecturer in Sociology at the University of Newcastle, Australia. Her empirical work focuses on youth in Australia and the Asia-Pacific, the body, health wellbeing and gender. Julia is co-editor of the `Bodies' section of the Springer Handbook of Childhood and Youth Studies. She has written about the body, youth, gender and health in a diverse range of scholarly journals including Journal of Youth Studies, Journal of Sociology, Journal of Gender Studies, BMC Medical Education and Youth Studies Australia. Shelley Budgeon is a senior lecturer in Sociology at the University of Birmingham, UK. She has published widely in the areas of gender and feminist theory; personal relationships; and self-identity and social change in journals including Sociology, Body and Society, the European Journal of Women's Studies, the Women's Studies International Forum and Sexualities. Her monographs include Choosing a Self (Praegar) and Third Wave Feminism and the Politics of Gender in Late Modernity (Palgrave). Helen Cahill is Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne. She works in youth, education and health promotion research, specialising in the use of participatory strategies in youth research and education. She has developed a number of Australia's leading drug education and mental health promotion programs for schools, and a range of youth leadership, violence-reduction and sexuality education programs used in developing countries within the Asia-Pacific region.