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Fat Studies
“Morality and Health: News Media Constructions of Overweight and Eating Disorders”, Saguy, A.C., & Kjerstin, G.
2010 - Source:  Social Problems, 57:2, 231-250. This article examines how widely shared cultural values shape social problem construction and, in turn, can reproduce social inequality. To do so, we draw on a comparative case study of American news reporting on eating disorders and overwe . . .

“Weighty Speech: Addressing Body Size in the Classroom”, Tirosh, Yofi
(2006) - Source:  Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies 28.3-4 (2006): 267-280. The politics of body size has been the topic of intriguing feminist work. Although in my view this issue is still under theorized, I have long sought for a way to bring what does exist . . .




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