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The Medicalization of Eating: Social Control in an Eating Disorders Clinic (CONTEMPORARY ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDIES) download ebook

by Robin Jane Marie Vogler

The Medicalization of Eating: Social Control in an Eating Disorders Clinic (CONTEMPORARY ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDIES) download ebook
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1559385243
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978-1559385244
Author:
Robin Jane Marie Vogler
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Jai Pr (October 1, 1993)
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310 pages
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The Medicalization Of Eating book.

The Medicalization Of Eating book.

Part of a series on contemporary ethnographic studies, this volume focuses on the medicalization of eating, and the social .

by Robin Jane Marie Vogler.

Vogler, Robin Jane Marie. Doctor of Philosophy. Rare Books and Manuscripts Collection. Richard M. Mosk Christopher Commission records, 1988-2011. Robin Dunitz Slides of Los Angeles Murals, 1925-2002. Ruben Salazar (1928-1970) Papers. Russian Satirical Journals Collection. S. Silver Lake History Collective. Susan Hanley Photographs, 1956-1959.

A glance at any surviving manuscript remedy book compiled by a gentry family between the Restoration and the Regency will reveal the vast range of sources from which medical truths continued to be culled

Published on September 20, 2012.

by Robin Jane Marie Vogler Contemporary ethnographic studies. Published 1993 by JAI Press in Greenwich, Conn. Contemporary ethnographic studies. ix, 178 p. ; Number of pages.

Medicalization has numerous social consequences, including the .

Medicalization has numerous social consequences, including the pathologization of human differences and individualization of human problems while minimizing social and political context.

Early detection and treatment improves prognosis, but presentation is often cryptic-for example, via physical symptoms in primary care. Ability to diagnose the condition varies and can be inadequate, 1 and existing questionnaires for detection 2 3 are lengthy and may require specialist interpretation.

Part of a series on contemporary ethnographic studies, this volume focuses on the medicalization of eating, and the social control imposed in an eating disorders clinic.