Balancing the Berimbau

@article{Stephens2006BalancingTB,
  title={Balancing the Berimbau},
  author={N. Stephens and S. Delamont},
  journal={Qualitative Inquiry},
  year={2006},
  volume={12},
  pages={316 - 339}
}
This article is an unusual reflexive text. It has two authors, two voices, two embodied experiences, and two sociological biographies in dialogue. The empirical focus is capoeira, but the ethnographic experience is common to many cultural forms. Capoeira is the Brazilian dance and martial art, done to the music of the berimbau. Classes are offered in many European countries, as well as in North America. Two sociologists, one a practitioner, the other a sedentary observer, collaborate to study… Expand
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