Exoskeletons, Rehabilitation and Bodily Capacities

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Body & Society. Sage. 2021, 27(3), pp. 28-57. ISSN 1357-034X. eISSN 1460-3632. Available under: doi: 10.1177/1357034X211025600
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Motility impairments resulting from spinal cord injuries and cerebrovascular accidents are increasingly prevalent in society, leading to the growing development of rehabilitative robotic technologies, among them exoskeletons. This article outlines how bodies with neurological conditions such as spinal cord injury and stroke engage in processes of re-appropriation while using exoskeletons and some of the challenges they face. The main task of exoskeletons in rehabilitative environments is either to rehabilitate or ameliorate anatomic functions of impaired bodies. In these complex processes, they also play a crucial role in recasting specific corporeal phenomenologies. For the accomplishment of these forms of corporeal re-appropriation, the role of experts is crucial. This article explores how categories such as bodily resistance, techno-inter-corporeal co-production of bodies and machines, as well as body work mark the landscape of these contemporary forms of impaired corporeality. While defending corporeal extension rather than incorporation, I argue against the figure of the ‘cyborg’ and posit the idea of ‘residual subjectivity’.

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cyborg, exoskeletons, phenomenology of the body, residual subjectivity, spinal cord injury, stroke
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ISO 690BUTNARU, Denisa, 2021. Exoskeletons, Rehabilitation and Bodily Capacities. In: Body & Society. Sage. 2021, 27(3), pp. 28-57. ISSN 1357-034X. eISSN 1460-3632. Available under: doi: 10.1177/1357034X211025600
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@article{Butnaru2021-09Exosk-54484,
  year={2021},
  doi={10.1177/1357034X211025600},
  title={Exoskeletons, Rehabilitation and Bodily Capacities},
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  volume={27},
  issn={1357-034X},
  journal={Body & Society},
  pages={28--57},
  author={Butnaru, Denisa}
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