Con la escuela en el cuerpo, cuerpos escolarizados: la construccion de identidades inter/nacionales en la sociedad post-disciplinaria

Kirk, David (2007) Con la escuela en el cuerpo, cuerpos escolarizados: la construccion de identidades inter/nacionales en la sociedad post-disciplinaria. Ágora para la Educación Física y el Deporte, 4-5 39-56.

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Author Kirk, David
Title Con la escuela en el cuerpo, cuerpos escolarizados: la construccion de identidades inter/nacionales en la sociedad post-disciplinaria
Formatted title
Con la escuela en el cuerpo, cuerpos escolarizados: la construcción de identidades inter/nacionales en la sociedad post-disciplinaria
Translated title With the body in the school, school bodies: the construction of identities inter/national society postdisciplinaria
Language of Title spa
Journal name Ágora para la Educación Física y el Deporte
Language of Journal Name spa
ISSN 1578-2174
1989-7200
Publication date 2007
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status File (Publisher version)
Volume 4-5
Start page 39
End page 56
Total pages 18
Place of publication Valladolid, Spain
Publisher Foro para la EF, la Actividad Física Recreativa y el Deporte de Castilla y León
Language spa
Subject 130210 Physical Education and Development Curriculum and Pedagogy
1608 Sociology
Formatted abstract
Desde la década de 1880 hasta el presente, la escuela ha institucionalizado prácticas centradas en la regulación y normalización del cuerpo. Para Ilustrar y elaborar este argumento trataré de mostrar cómo se regularon los cuerpos en las coordenadas de tiempo y espacio en las escuelas inglesas y australianas entre mediados y finales del S.XIX. Luego mostraré como la formación física el deporte y la inspección médica se desarrollaron como un conjunto de prácticas corporales especializadas en la primera mitad del S.XX. Sostendré que a pesar de los intentos del S.XX para desafiar la institución escolar, la estructura básica de la escuela como un lugar de regulación y normalización corporal ha permanecido más o menos intacta hasta el presente. Por último, especularé sobre las formas en los que los procesos contemporáneos de escolarización pueden construir “identidades incorporadas” a comienzos del S.XXI.

From the 1880s until the present has institutionalised schooling practices that focus on the social regulation and normalization of the body. To illustrate and elaborate this argument, I will seek to show how the regulation of the body in space and in time worked in schools in the mid to late 19th century in Australia and Britain. To illustrate and elaborate this argument, I will seek to show how the regulation of the body in space and in time worked in schools in the mid to late 19th century in Australia and Britain. I will next show how school physical training, sport and medical inspection were developed as a cluster of highly specialised corporeal practices during the first half of the 20th century. I will next show how school physical training, sport and medical inspection were developed as a cluster of highly specialized corporeal practices during the first half of the 20th century. I will then suggest that even though there have been attempts during the 20th century to challenge schooling as an institution, the basic structure of the school as a site of corporeal regulation and normalisation has remained more or less intact to the present. I will then suggest that even though there have been attempts during the 20th century challenge to schooling as an institution, the basic structure of the school as a site of corporeal regulation and normalization has remained more or less intact to the present. Finally, I will speculate about the ways in which contemporary processes of schooling may construct embodied inter/national identities in the first decade of the 21st century. Finally, I will speculate about the ways in which contemporary processes of schooling may construct embodied inter/national identities in the first decade of the 21st century.
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