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From the Publisher"The book is invaluable…[it] will be of interest to anyone wanting to refine and rethink how to create effective and useful ‘on-going’ treatment and preventation programs by equipping them to see the illness in its wider cultural context." – Fiona Place, author and Host of the Commentary on Eating Disorders, Culture and Recovery at eatingdisorderhopeculture.blogspot.com
"This is a uniquely comprehensive collection of feminist work on eating dis (orders) and body management, and as a collection the chapters eloquently illustrate the utility of a post-modern framework for theorising eating (dis)orders. ... The book presents an invaluable resource for students, scholars and educators in the fields of humanities and social sciences, as well as to clinical practitioners." - Lilliana Del Busso, London South Bank University, in Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology
"This is the book so many have been anxiously awaiting. Bringing together the perspectives of clinicians, theorists, activists, and those suffering, this book expands our thinking about what forces help to create and sustain eating disorders and stimulates a critically informed and comprehensive understanding of eating and body image disorders and of the contemporary woman’s bodily experience. It is a ground-breaking and much-needed resource for those wanting to understand, treat, and prevent eating disorders." – Margo Maine, Clinical Psychologist, author and co-founder of the Maine & Weinstein Speciality Group.
"Well considered, up-to-date and scholarly, I learnt a great deal without having to struggle and looked forward to reading the next chapter. Each contributor shows their knowledge and enthusiasm and the editors have linked each chapter brilliantly and seamlessly." – Paula Nicolson, Professor of Critical Social Health Psychology, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK