This chapter focuses on the examination of everyday talk around food, eating, gender and weight, and the way in which these issues are bound up with identities and accountability.
|Title of host publication||Critical Bodies: Representations, identities and practices of weight and body management.|
|Number of pages||10|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|
Riley, S., Frith, H., Wiggins, S., Markula, P., & Burns, M. (2007). Critical bodies: discourses of health, gender and consumption. In Critical Bodies: Representations, identities and practices of weight and body management. (pp. 193-203)