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Title Critical feminist approaches to eating dis/orders / edited by Helen Malson and Maree Burns.
Published London ;New York : Routledge, 2009
Detail xx, 257 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
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Added Author Malson, Helen, 1965-
  Burns, Maree, 1970-
  Malson, Helen. Re-theorising the slash of dis/order : an introduction to critical feminist approaches to eating dis/orders
  Burns, Maree. Re-theorising the slash of dis/order : an introduction to critical feminist approaches to eating dis/orders
  Eckermann, Liz. Theorising self-starvation : beyond risk, governmentality and the normalizing gaze
  Sayers, Janet. Feeding the body
  Gard, Michael. Understanding obesity by understanding desire
  Bordo, Susan. Not just 'a white girl's thing' : the changing face of food and body image problems
  Saukko, Paula. Critical discussion of normativity in discourses on eating disorders
  Nasser, Mervat. Beyond western dis/orders : thinness and self-starvation of other-ed women
  Malson, Helen. Beyond western dis/orders : thinness and self-starvation of other-ed women
  Day, Katy. Anorexia/bulimia as resistance and conformity in pro-Ana and pro-Mia virtual conversations
  Keys, Tammy. Anorexia/bulimia as resistance and conformity in pro-Ana and pro-Mia virtual conversations
  Rice, Carla. How big girls become fat girls : the cultural production of problem eating and physical inactivity
  Probyn, Elspeth. Fat, feelings, bodies : a critical approach to obesity
  Burns, Maree. Bodies as (im)material? : bulimia and body image discourse
  Malson, Helen. Appearing to disappear : postmodern femininities and self-starved subjectivities
  LeBesco, Kathleen. Weight management, good health and the will to normality
  Surtees, Ruth. Food for thought : embodied slimness and nursing within an eating disorders unit
  Moulding, Nicole. Anorexic as femme fatale : reproducing gender through the father/psychiatrist--daughter/patient relationship
  Throsby, Karen. 'There's something in my brain that doesn't work properly' : weight loss surgery and the medicalisation of obesity
  Guilfoyle, Michael. Therapeutic discourse and eating disorders in the context of power
  Epston, David. Anti-anorexia/bulimia : a polemics of life and death
  Maisel, Rick. Anti-anorexia/bulimia : a polemics of life and death
  Burns, Maree. Feminisms in practice : challenges and opportunities for an eating issues community agency
  Tyrer, Jane. Feminisms in practice : challenges and opportunities for an eating issues community agency
  Tredgold, Richard. Rediscovering a daughter
  Treadgold, Ann. Rediscovering a daughter
  Gremillion, Helen. Complexities of power and meaning : a reflection on parts IV and V
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