Pickering, Lucy (2010) “Toilets, Bodies, Selves: Enacting Composting as Counterculture in Hawai’i”, Body & Society 16(4): 33–55, doi:10.1177/1357034X10383882.
toilets (83), toilet (67), composting (31), state (31), water (29).
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Themes and Threads
- Waste and dirt beyond Douglas
- Matter, substance
- Environment, nature, space, sites, location
- Body, embodiment, enactment
- Toilet technology
- (Super/Hyper/Liquid)Modern state
- Cultural diversity
- Postcolonial Studies 5(2)
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