Eating Disorders and Obesity as Social Justice Issues: Implications for Research and Practice
AbstractThe purpose of this paper is to explore the usefulness of considering eating disorders and obesity as social justice issues. Looking at systemic issues opens possibilities for new approaches to practice and research. By connecting at the root of eating issues, proposed as social justice, perhaps real change can occur.
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