Green Consumerism vs. Greenwashing
- BusinessEUROPEAN RESEARCH STUDIES JOURNAL
Purpose: The aim of the article is to diagnose knowledge about greenwashing and consumer attitudes towards this phenomenon on selected markets of European organic food products. The main principle of…
POPE JOHN PAUL II’S CONCEPT OF THE INDIRECT EMPLOYER AS EXEMPLIFIED BY TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS*1
The term “indirect employer” when used in labour law literature usually refers to the usage of work performed by persons formally employed by a third party. In such a situation, employee seems to…
"A Right to Be Safely Born": The Quest for Health Justice for American Mothers and Children, 1890-1965
The Consumers’ League of New Jersey: Major Campaigns and Activism of the Twentieth Century
- Political Science
Looking good and judging gazes: The relationship between body ideals, body satisfaction and body practices among Norwegian men and women
The article shows resonance between how people describe good-looking bodies and satisfaction or not with own bodies, and it is harder to accept handicaps that are changeable, like overweight, than harelips, deformed legs and skin injuries.
‘‘Healthism’’ and looking good: Body ideals and body practices in Norway
- Political ScienceScandinavian journal of public health
The analysis suggests that the Norwegian men and women in the study are governed by ‘‘healthism’’ and dominant body ideals depicted in media discourses concerning description of ideal bodies and their own body practices.