Connie Musolino

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This paper examines how contemporary understandings of 'health' and 'care' are engaged with and practiced by women with disordered eating. Based on findings from an Australian study investigating why people with disordered eating are reluctant to engage with treatment services (March 2012 to March 2015), we demonstrate how young women use elements of a(More)
This paper explores how young women with disordered eating rationalise their behaviour as ‘healthy’. Based on preliminary findings from an Australian Research Council grant that is investigating why people with eating disorders are reluctant to engage with treatment services, we demonstrate how young women use normative discourses of body surveillance,(More)
BACKGROUND This paper explores the differing perspectives of recovery and care of people with disordered eating. We consider the views of those who have not sought help for their disordered eating, or who have been given a diagnosis but have not engaged with health care services. Our aim is to demonstrate the importance of the cultural context of care and(More)
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