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The Thin Woman : Feminism, Post-structuralism and the Social Psychology of Anorexia Nervosa

By: Malson, Helen.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Women and Psychology: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2003Edition: 1.Description: 1 online resource (255 p.).ISBN: 9780203360545.Subject(s): Anorexia nervosa | Anorexia nervosa | Health and hygiene | Leanness | Psychological aspects | Social aspects | Socialization | Sociological aspects | WomenGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Thin Woman : Feminism, Post-structuralism and the Social Psychology of Anorexia NervosaDDC classification: 616.85/262 | 616.852620082 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Book Cover; Title; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; List of transcription conventions; INTRODUCTION; THEORIZING WOMEN: DISCOURSING GENDER, SUBJECTIVITY AND EMBODIMENT; DISCOURSE, FEMINISM, RESEARCH AND THE PRODUCTION OF TRUTH; A GENEALOGY OF ''ANOREXIA NERVOSA''; DISCOURSING ANOREXIAS IN THE LATE TWENTIETH CENTURY; THE THIN/ANOREXIC BODY AND THE DISCURSIVE PRODUCTION OF GENDER; SUBJECTIVITY, EMBODIMENT AND GENDER IN A DISCOURSE OF CARTESIAN DUALISM; ANOREXIA AND THE DISCURSIVE PRODUCTION OF THE SELF; DISCURSIVE SELF-PRODUCTION AND SELF-DESTRUCTION; CONCLUSIONS; APPENDIX; Notes; References
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Summary: Drawing its subject matter from both literature and interviews, this book presents a feminist standpoint on eating disorders.
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Book Cover; Title; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; List of transcription conventions; INTRODUCTION; THEORIZING WOMEN: DISCOURSING GENDER, SUBJECTIVITY AND EMBODIMENT; DISCOURSE, FEMINISM, RESEARCH AND THE PRODUCTION OF TRUTH; A GENEALOGY OF ''ANOREXIA NERVOSA''; DISCOURSING ANOREXIAS IN THE LATE TWENTIETH CENTURY; THE THIN/ANOREXIC BODY AND THE DISCURSIVE PRODUCTION OF GENDER; SUBJECTIVITY, EMBODIMENT AND GENDER IN A DISCOURSE OF CARTESIAN DUALISM; ANOREXIA AND THE DISCURSIVE PRODUCTION OF THE SELF; DISCURSIVE SELF-PRODUCTION AND SELF-DESTRUCTION; CONCLUSIONS; APPENDIX; Notes; References

Index

Drawing its subject matter from both literature and interviews, this book presents a feminist standpoint on eating disorders.

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