Confessing Excess

Confessing Excess

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Spitzack (communication, Tulane U.) draws on contemporary dieting and weight-loss literature, and on both informal conversations and in- depth interviews with women to examine women's construction of a self- image in the context of cultural values and relationships. She finds that women are required to internalize self-condemnation as the price for self-acceptance. Paper edition (unseen), $14.95. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORMany women, for instance, report that they own aquot;fataquot; versus aquot;thinaquot; wardrobes. Marsha states, aquot;I have a fat wardrobe and a skinny wardrobe. Therea#39;s a two size ... aquot;Thinaquot; or fitted wardrobes are permissible when the body shows an abilityanbsp;...


Title:Confessing Excess
Author: Carole Spitzack
Publisher:SUNY Press - 1990-07-05
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