Andrea LaMarre

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The persistence of gender inequality in postindustrial societies is puzzling in light of a plethora of changes that destabilize it, including shifts in economy, legislation, and the proliferation of feminist politics. In family relations, such persistence manifests as a disconnect between couples aspiring to be more egalitarian yet continuing to enact(More)
INTRODUCTION We explore parents' use of blogs while engaged in family-based treatment (FBT), a form of treatment in which parents engage as the primary givers of care for a child's eating disorder. We sought to bring together emergent literature on the value of blogging for social support with a body of literature on caregiving for a child with an eating(More)
Background: Outcome studies for eating disorders regularly measure pathology change or remission as the only outcome. Researchers, patients and recovered individuals highlight the importance of using additional criteria for measuring eating disorder recovery. There is no clear consensus on which additional criteria are most fundamental. Studies focusing on(More)
Family therapists and scholars increasingly adopt poststructural and postmodern conceptions of social reality, challenging the notion of stable, universal dynamics within family members and families and favoring a view of reality as produced through social interaction. In the study of gender and diversity, many envision differences as social constructed(More)
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