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Toward a Sociology of the BodyKatherine Mason and Natalie Boero Methodologies for Categories in MotionMaxine Leeds Craig Pregnant Embodiment and Field ResearchJennifer Randles Sensory Experience AS MethodKelvin E. Y. Low and Noorman Abdullah Mixed Methods in Body and Embodiment ResearchSamantha Kwan and Trenton M. Haltom YouTube Vlogs as Illness Narratives: Methodological ConsiderationNatalie Kay Fullenkamp Representations of Fatness by Experts and the Media and How This Shapes AttitudesAbigail C. Saguy Health at Every Size (HAES™) as a Reform (Social) Movement within Public Health: A Situational AnalysisNatalie Ingraham Fat as a Floating Signifier: Race, Weight, and Femininity in the National ImaginarySabrina Strings Animal, Mechanical, and Me: Organ Transplantation and the Ambiguity of EmbodimentGill Haddow Aging, Gender, and the BodyLaura Hurd Beyond Binary Sex and Gender Ideology Cary Gabriel Costello Male Breast Cancer in the Public ImaginationPiper Sledge Good-Looking Men Require Hard-Working Women: The Labor of Consumption in the Grooming IndustryKristen Barber Feeding and Fasting BodiesJaita Talukdar Contrasting Scientific Discourses of Skin Lightening in Domestic and Global ContextsCeleste Vaughan Curington and Miliann Kang Unruly Bodies: Figurative Violence and the State’s Responses to the Black Panther PartyRandolph Hohle Race, Phenotype, and Nationality in Brazil and the United StatesTiffany D. Joseph The Aesthetic Labor of EthnographersKjerstin Gruys and David J. Hutson Bodies That Don’t Matter, but Labor That Does: The Low-Wage Male Migrant in Singapore and DubaiLaavanya Kathiravelu Embodied Spatial Practices and the Power to CareElise Paradis, Warren Mark Liew, and Myles Leslie Contesting New Markets for Bodily Knowledge: When and How Experts Draw the LineRene Almeling Managing Risky Bodies: From Pregnancy to VaccinationJennifer A. Reich The Artificial Pancreas in Cyborg BodiesAnthony Ryan Hatch, Julia T. Gordon, and Sonya R. Sternlieb Contesting Lyme DiseaseSonny Nordmarken “Laying Hands” and Learning to Touch and Grab in the Police AcademyBrian Lande The Place of the Body in Resistance to Intimate Partner Violence: What Do We Know?Valli Rajah and Meg Osborn