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این نوشته به ذکر برخی از منابع به زبان انگلیسی پرداخته که به نوعی به طور مستقیم یا غیرمستقیم با موضوع «بدن انسان» مرتبط هستند. به همین دلیل این نکته مهم ذکر می‌شود که ممکن است برخی منابع نیامده یا برخی کم‌تر مرتبط به نظر برسند. این مسئله به دلیل آن است که به هر حال بدن عنصر مهم تحلیل اجتماعی بوده و به دلیل غیبت ناخودآگاه و در عین حال حضور همیشگی و دائمی‌اش در ادبیات علوم اجتماعی و همراهی با بسیاری از تولیدات علمی، جمع کردن و معرفی منبع در این حوزه تا حدود زیادی به سلیقه‌ی پژوهشگر بستگی دارد. از این رو ممکن است در نظر پژوهشگران دیگر این طور باشد که بسیاری از منابع در این نوشته نیامده و برخی گزافه است. در این صورت ضمن تأیید نظر آنان، خوانندگان و پژوهشگران محترم منابع ذکر نشده را از طریق ایمیل به نگارنده معرفی نمایند.

 

 

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