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Anorexic bodies

a feminist and sociological perspective on anorexia nervosa

by Morag MacSween

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Published by Routledge in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anorexia nervosa -- Social aspects.,
  • Anorexia nervosa -- Etiology.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [258]-267) and indexes.

    StatementMorag MacSween.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC552.A5 M33 1993
    The Physical Object
    Pagination273 p. ;
    Number of Pages273
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1399557M
    ISBN 100415028469
    LC Control Number93007246

      But (as I discuss here) the tendency to make oneself an exception to the general rule is an anorexic tendency too, and generalisations have the . The emaciated anorexic body can be interpreted as an expression of femininity construed within the gendered mind-body discourse: as disappearing, as an elusive absent presence, as simultaneous.

      4. Busted: "Once, at summer camp, my cabin decided to sneak out to the creek and go skinny-dipping. Little did we know that the boys decided to swim at the creek as well.   The kinds of girls who are anorexic walk around looking like skin and bones. While this is the normal image, that image does not always hold true. Sometimes people who are anorexic just look like your average, everyday person and this is where my story begins. I have never had a healthy relationship with my body.

    Kallix, a morose, laudanum-addicted, unschooled, slightly anorexic werewolf is still on the run. The youngest daughter of the Thane of the MacRinnalch Clan of werewolves, held responsible unfairly for the death of the Thane, and justifiably responsible for the deaths of a great many other werewolves, remains prohibited from returning to Scotland in order to maintain the uneasy peace that. Read this book on Questia. Read the full-text online edition of Victorian Literature and the Anorexic Body (). mainstream models of middle-class Victorian womanhood share important qualities with the beliefs or behaviors of the anorexic female. Extraordinary Bodies.


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Anorexic Bodies. DOI link for Anorexic Bodies. Anorexic Bodies. DOI link for Anorexic Bodies. Anorexic Bodies book. A Feminist and Sociological Perspective on Anorexia Nervosa. By Morag MacSween, Morag Macsween. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 26 November Pub.

location London. Imprint : Morag MacSween. This book explores the ways in which anorexic women use their eating to control their bodies. It argues that the female body in modern Western culture is understood as open and accessible and female appetite as dangerous and voracious.

Anorexia attempts to resist both these constructions in the creation of a closed, desireless : Morag Macsween. Anorexic Bodies: A Feminist and Sociological Perspective on Anorexia Nervosa - Kindle edition by MacSween, Morag, Macsween, Morag. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are 4/5(3). Lee "Anorexic Bodies A Feminist and Sociological Perspective on Anorexia Nervosa" por Morag MacSween disponible en Rakuten Kobo. This book explores the ways in which anorexic women use their Anorexic bodies book to control their bodies.

It argues that the female. This book explores the ways in which anorexic women use their eating to control their bodies.

It argues that the female body in modern Western culture is understood as open and accessible and female appetite as dangerous and voracious. Anorexia attempts to resist both these constructions in the creation of a closed, desireless body.

This book explores the ways in which anorexic women use their eating to control their bodies. It argues that the female body in modern Western culture is understood as open and accessible and female appetite as dangerous and voracious.

Anorexia attempts to resist both these constructions in the creation of a closed, desireless body. Since anorexic women resist the power of collective.

In addition, Silver relates these literary expressions to the representation of women's bodies in the conduct books, beauty manuals and other non-fiction prose of the period, contending that women 'performed' their gender and class alliances through the slender body.

Book Description. This book explores the ways in which anorexic women use their eating to control their bodies. It argues that the female body in modern Western culture is understood as open and accessible and female appetite as dangerous and voracious.

Anorexia attempts to resist both these constructions in the creation of a closed, desireless. In the book, Cuban illustrates the ongoing nightmare of (BDD) that has permeated his thoughts since childhood, taking the reader through the painful journey of childhood bullying over his weight, rejection and the behaviors that slowly developed as a young adult which took him into the abyss of depression, alcoholism, drug addiction, steroid.

Book Review: A non-diet, body positive approach to building a healthy relationship with food is a warm and inviting, compassionate and comprehensive guide to help teenagers make peace with their eating and their bodies.

Author Elyse Resch, MS, RDN, a nutrition therapist, is co-author of two other books on intuitive eating for adults. Anorexia nervosa, often referred to simply as anorexia, is an eating disorder, characterized by low weight, food restriction, fear of gaining weight, and a strong desire to be thin.

Many people with anorexia see themselves as overweight even though they are, in fact, underweight. They often deny that they have a problem with low weight.

They weigh themselves frequently, eat small amounts, and. Explores the ways in which anorexic women use their eating to control their bodies. The author argues that the female body in modern Western culture is understood as open and accessible, and female appetite as dangerous.

Anorexic Bodies: A Feminist and Sociological Perspective on This book explores the ways in which anorexic women use their eating to control their bodies.

It argues that the female body in modern Western culture is understood as open and accessible and female appetite as dangerous and voracious. Victorian Literature and the Anorexic Body - by Anna Krugovoy Silver August Frances Henri, Caroline Helston, and Lucy Snowe have the same slim, contourless bodies as do Agnes Copperfield, Rose Maylie, Mary Graham, and Amy Dorritt, to name only a few.

Recommend this book. The book examines the premise that the body is a concept' rather than a physical organism and it demonstrates how gender divisions are reflected in current understandings of the body by studying access to women's bodies in rape and representations of women's bodies in pornography.

Anorexic Bodies uses original interview material to demonstrate Reviews: 3. A crucial book for all those who might sometimes feel at war with themselves or their bodies, Unbearable Lightness is a story that inspires hope and nourishes the spirit. brave girl eating: A Family’s Struggle with anorexia by harriet brown.

The dictates of the fallen male gaze are unreasonable enough, but they do not tend toward skeletal women. They are rather perfectly expressed by the bodies specifically produced for male consumption, namely, the bodies of porn stars and sexbots. “Voluptuous” might be a polite descriptor for such bodies; “anorexic” would not be.

Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: Anorexic bodies: a feminist and sociological perspective on anorexia nervosa / Bibliographic Details; Main Author: MacSween, Morag, Format: a Anorexic bodies: |b a feminist and sociological perspective on anorexia nervosa /.

The second book is a book for adults and I’m guess it was written in the s/40s/50s. There’s a second empire mansion on the cover (like the Smith house in Meet Me In St Louis) but in the foreground is a tree with the classical theatrical masks pinned to the tree with a hat-pin.Anorexic bodies can be understood from several perspectives.

First, from the psychoanalytic perspective, FREUD accounted for the conceptualization of male and female bodies as types, as well as for the origin of the masculine / feminine distinction (WELTON ).Conclusion - the anorexic body. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary This work is a feminist and sociological analysis of anorexia.

Anorexia is a striking example of a "women's" illness. Many previous studies examine anorexia in isolation from history and politics. women's bodies in rape and pornography. The third stage is to look at how.