By Susan Haworth-Hoeppner
This publication takes a distinct method of the exam of the consuming illness, anorexia nervosa (and bulimia). White, middle-class, heterosexual girls proportion their insights into the emergence in their health problems via particular interviews that contemplate perceptions of the function of family members, the impact of cultural messages relating to thinness and wonder, the organization those girls exert within the use of weight keep an eye on to deal with life’s stressors, the that means they connect to their consuming issues and the way those matters jointly perpetuate their disease.
The publication makes use of a Symbolic Interactionist framework and a grounded idea method of research the narratives which emerge from those women’s tales. topics of kin, tradition, and self come up of their narratives; those shape the theoretical underpinnings for this booklet, and mix to form the excellent version of consuming issues that emerges from this research. Haworth-Hoeppner’s e-book will attract researchers and complicated scholars of sociology, women’s experiences, family members stories, social psychology, and gender studies.
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Family, Culture, and Self in the Development of Eating Disorders (Routledge Advances in Sociology) by Susan Haworth-Hoeppner