Megan A. Dean

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In this paper I argue that the practice of veganism is, or can be, a Foucauldian ethical practice of freedom. I begin by sketching out the problematization of alimentary practices within a normalizing patriarchal framework, which some feminists argue is dominant within contemporary North American society. Within this problematization, eating—for many(More)
It is commonplace to note that we are experiencing an 'obesity epidemic' in developed countries such as the United States. A dramatically higher portion of the population counts as obese now than in previous decades, and many obese people are children. Both the causes and the effects of obesity are multiple and contested: weight is determined by a(More)
  • Antonio Villaraigosa, Dennis P. Zine, +57 authors Abbass Vajar
  • 2011
Acknowledgements The LADOT Bicycle Program would like to thank the following individuals and organizations for their support and contribution to this study.
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