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Eating disorders and cultures in transition

Eating disorders and cultures in transition

edited by Mervat Nasser, Melanie A. Katzman, Richard A. Gordon

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Published by Brunner-Routledge, Taylor & Francis in Hove [England], New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Eating disorders -- Cross-cultural studies,
  • Eating disorders -- Social aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes

    ContributionsNasser, Mervat, Katzman, Melanie, Gordon, Richard A. 1941-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC552.E18 E28225 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 201 p. ;
    Number of Pages201
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17026800M
    ISBN 10041522859X, 0415228603
    LC Control Number2001025533

    The published literature on eating disorders in white South Africans dates back to the s (1, 2).In a South African study on treatment outcome for hospitalised anorexics and bulimics (), it was mentioned that no blacks had been referred for treatment of either January , one of the authors (CPS) first diagnosed an eating disorder in an adolescent black female, leading. Eating disorders have historically been associated with straight, young, white females, but in reality, they affect people from all demographics and are not caused by any single factor. They arise from a combination of long-standing behavioral, biological, emotional, psychological, interpersonal, and .

      "Body Shots is an engaging and fascinating exploration of the connection between Hollywood's dream-factory and our eating disordered culture that is derived from Emily Fox-Kales' vast experience and expertise in the treatment of eating disorders." -- James Hudson, MD, ScD, McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical SchoolCited by: Many publications have been produced recently from centres across the world dealing with the prevalence of eating disorders in their cultures. This type of research suggests that eating disorders are no longer limited to the western culture and have now assumed a worldwide by:

    European Eating Disorders Review Eur. Eat. Disorders Rev. 14, 54–65 () Eating and BodyImage Disturbances Across Cultures: A Review Nerissa L. Soh1*, Stephen W. Touyz1,2 and Lois J. Surgenor3 1Discipline of Psychological Medicine, University of Sydney, Australia 2School of Psychology, University of Sydney, Australia 3Department of Psychological Medicine, University of Otago, New Zealand.   “The risk of developing an eating disorder are extremely stressed or are going through a big transition in body-positive feed on your social media channels and consuming culture that.


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It offers an in-depth analysis of the existing socio-cultural model arguing for the need to extend. Eating disorders: do they mark cultural transition.

Eating disorders that were once viewed as exclusive to specific class and ethnic boundaries in western culture are now spreading worldwide. This issue is fully discussed in this groundbreaking volume.

Eating Disorders and Cultures in Transition is written by an international group of authors to address the recent emergence of eating disorders.

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Eating Disorders and Cultures in Transition is written Eating disorders and cultures in transition book an international group of authors to address the recent emergence of eating disorders in various areas of the world including countries in South America, Asia, Africa and Eastern Europe.

It offers an in-depth analysis of the existing socio-cultural model arguing for the need to extend. The incidence of eating disorders appeared to increase sharply in the United States, the United Kingdom and many Western European countries beginning in the mid-to late s and then in accelerating fashion into the s and through the late s (Willi and Grossman, ; Lucas et al.,; Eagles et al., ).Cited by: Culture has been identified as one of the etiological factors leading to the development of eating disorders.

Rates of these disorders appear to vary among different cultures and to change across time as cultures evolve. Additionally, eating disorders appear to be more widespread among contemporary cultural groups than was previously by:   M.

Nasser, M. Katzman, R. Gordon (Eds.), Eating disorders and cultures in transition, Brunner-Routledge, London and New York () Google Scholar (Offers an overview on the transformation of the status of eating disorders from that of ‘culture-bound syndrome’ to Cited by:   According to the National Eating Disorder Association, eating disorders affect over 70 million people numbers seem to be rising as well, due to the increased impact media has on our everyday lives.

Thankfully, there are plenty of books about eating disorders out there that document the struggles of this issue in ways that are both enlightening and empowering. We at Eating Disorder Hope understand that eating disorders result from a combination of environmental and genetic factors. If you or a loved one are suffering from an eating disorder, please know that there is hope for you, and seek immediate professional help.

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It offers an in-depth analysis of the existing socio-cultural model arguing for the need to extend Author: Mervat Nasser. The Western measurements (Eating Attitudes Test) used such as the DSM for diagnosing Eating Disorders often do not take religious, cultural, or beauty practices into account from other non-Western cultures.

Therefore, clinical Eating Disorders and subclinical Eating Disorders have different prevalence rates across non-Western cultures.

Eating Disorders and Cultures in Transition is written by an international group of authors to address the recent emergence of eating disorders in various areas of the world including countries in South America, Asia, Africa and Eastern Europe.

It offers an in-depth analysis of the existing socio-cultural model arguing for the need to extend Brand: Taylor And Francis. Causes of Eating Disorders - Cultural Influences. Ina study was published about the effects of exposing a culture to Western television for the first time.

Prior to the television viewing, the people of Fiji believed that the ideal body was plump, round, and soft. Interviews after 38 months of exposure to Westernized shows suggested.

Eating disorders and cultures in transition. Hove [England]: Brunner-Routledge ; New York: Taylor & Francis, (DLC) (OCoLC) Print version: Eating disorders and cultures in transition.

Hove, East Sussex: Brunner-Routledge ; New York, NY: Taylor & Francis, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type. So, while not every woman (or man) has an eating disorder, the point of my book, controversial title and all, was to raise awareness across the spectrum of eating and body image disturbances that plague millions of women throughout their lives.

Perhaps more accurate than labeling the individual is labeling the culture as disordered. Eating Disorders and Cultures in Transition Eating Disorders and Cultures in Transition In the normal course of events, I probably would not have read this book.

However, having done so, I feel I have enriched my knowledge base of mental health issues. Eating Disorders and Cultures in Transition Edited by Mervat Nasser Melanie A. Katzman Richard A. Gordon. First b' 27 E„tsussex published in the USA and b, Tarlor Francis Inc the cultural forces inherent in aberrant eating and we believe this is the first book.

It’s estimated that 20 million women and 10 million men will experience an eating disorder at some point in their lives.

1 People with eating disorders take such concerns to extremes, developing abnormal eating habits that threaten their well-being and even their lives. This fact sheet explains how psychotherapy can help people recover from these dangerous disorders.One of the reported explanations for the development of eating disorders is the social pressure resulting from the standards of female beauty imposed by modern industrial society or Western culture.