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Obesity Discourse and Fat Politics
Title : Obesity Discourse and Fat Politics
Author : Lee Monaghan,Rachel Colls,Bethan Evans
Total pages: 144 pages
There is considerable rhetoric and concern about weight and obesity across an increasing range of national contexts. Alarmist claims about an ‘obesity time-bomb’ are continually recycled in policy reports, reviews and white papers, each of which begin with the assumption that fatness is fundamentally unhealthy and damaging to national economies. With contributions from the UK, Canada, the USA and Australia, this book offers alternative critical perspectives on this alleged public health crisis which were, in part, developed through an Economic and Social Research Council seminar series on Fat Studies and Health at Every Size (HAES). Written by scholars from a range of disciplines and the health professions, themes include: an interrogation of statistical procedures used to construct the obesity epidemic, overweight and obesity as cultural signifiers for Type 2 diabetes, understandings of healthy eating and healthy weight in a ‘problem’ population, gendered expectations on men and women to lose weight, the visual representation of obesity, tensions when researching (anti-)fatness, critical dietitians’ engagement with HAES, alternative ways of promoting physical activity, and representations of obesity in the media. This book was originally published as a special issue of Critical Public Health.
Title : Fat Lives
Author : Irmgard Tischner
Total pages: 166 pages
Ever caught somebody – or yourself – checking out the content of a ‘fat’ person’s supermarket trolley? Ever wondered what lies behind this behaviour, or what it might be like to be at the receiving end of this judging gaze? Within the context of the current ‘obesity debate’, this book investigates the embodied experience of ‘being large’ from a critical psychological perspective. Using poststructuralist and feminist theories, the author explores the discourses available to and used by self-designated ‘fat’ individuals, as well as the societal power relationships that are produced by these. Using the issues of body size and ‘fat’ as an illustration, the book describes the benefits of exploring psychological and social matters from a poststructuralist perspective, and the dangers inherent in taking reductionist approaches to public health and other social issues. As such, this book should be of particular interest to anyone working within the disciplines of psychology, sociology, and health studies, as well as those involved in the study of health, gender issues and appearance.
Title : Fat Politics
Author : J. Eric Oliver
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Total pages: 240 pages
It seems almost daily we read newspaper articles and watch news reports exposing the growing epidemic of obesity in America. Our government tells us we are experiencing a major health crisis, with sixty percent of Americans classified as overweight, and one in four as obese. But how valid are these claims? In Fat Politics, J. Eric Oliver shows how a handful of doctors, government bureaucrats, and health researchers, with financial backing from the drug and weight-loss industries, have campaigned to create standards that mislead the public. They mislabel more than sixty million Americans as "overweight," inflate the health risks of being fat, and promote the idea that obesity is a killer disease. In reviewing the scientific evidence, Oliver shows there is little proof that obesity causes so much disease and death or that losing weight is what makes people healthier. Our concern with obesity, he writes, is fueled more by social prejudice, bureaucratic politics, and industry profit than by scientific fact. Misinformation pushes millions of Americans towards dangerous surgeries, crash diets, and harmful diet drugs, while we ignore other, more real health problems. Oliver goes on to examine why it is that Americans despise fatness and explores why, despite this revulsion, we continue to gain weight. Fat Politics will topple your most basic assumptions about obesity and health. It is essential reading for anyone with a stake in the nation's--or their own--good health.
Title : Fat Boys
Author : Sander L. Gilman
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
Total pages: 310 pages
He isøthe epitome of health?or a walking time bomb. He is oversexed?or sexless. He is jolly?or hiding the tears of a clown. He is the picture of wealth and plenty?or the bloated, malnourished emblem of poverty. He is the fat man?a cultural icon, a social enigma, a pressing medical issue?and he is the subject of this remarkably rich book. The figures that Sander L. Gilman considers, from the ugly fat man with the beautiful sylph trapped inside to the smart fat boy to the aging body desirous of rejuvenation, appear and reappear in different guises throughout Western culture. And as is often true of marginal cases, they serve to define the shifting center of our dreams and beliefs. A tentative exploration in the world of male body fantasies, Gilman?s book asks how the representation of the fat man alters with time and alters how men relate to their own bodies and the bodies of others, both men and women. His examples?ranging from Santa Claus to Sancho Panza, from Falstaff to Babe Ruth, from Nero Wolfe to Al Roker?illustrate the complexity perennially associated with fat men. From discourses about normality to the playing fields of baseball, from Greek male beauty to the fat detective, Gilman?s book examines and illuminates how cultures have imagined and portrayed the fat boy.
Fat Maggie and other stories
Title : Fat Maggie and other stories
Author : Emma Kittle-Pey
Publisher: Patrician Press
Total pages: 108 pages
This quirky and subtly witty collection of short stories tackles daily life interaction at home, in the workplace, on holiday or at social events. The animal-related tales contain an interactive element and readers are invited to suggest their own moral at the end of each story, thus contributing to the dead-pan humour they evoke.
Three Cheers for Father Donovan
Title : Three Cheers for Father Donovan
Author : John D. Loscher
Total pages: 678 pages
Yearning to receive absolution that will forgive “a platitude of sins” during his lifetime of service to the Roman Catholic Church as a curate of Rome, the dying Father Patrick O’Flannery Donovan of the Society for Jesus makes his last confession. That confession transforms into a full exposition of the triumphs and tragedies befalling his Holy Mother Church during the twentieth century. However, while this confession is a compelling history of Vatican City, it is an account the Holy See is desperate to forever keep hidden from the lay public. But can a monumental, epic story of this caliber truly remain eternally classified as secrets of the State?
White Lines 3: Love/Fate
Title : White Lines 3: Love/Fate
Author : Tracy Brown
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Total pages: 80 pages
WHITE LINES 3: LOVE/FATE is the stunning conclusion to the popular e-serial by Essence bestselling author Tracy Brown! Jada has to fall hard before she can rebound. Kept down by ruthless addiction and immersed in her stormy romance with one of the fiercest hustlers on the streets, Jada's brutal downfall and stunning comeback makes this three-part serial one of the most unforgettable urban love stories of all time.
Title : Fatal Burn
Author : Roxanne Rustand
Publisher: Steeple Hill
Total pages: 224 pages
Someone's after Kris Donaldson, and they don't just want her hurt—they want her ruined. First, an arsonist tries to destroy her cabin, and evidence points to Kris. Then an injured deputy is found at her place…with ballistics proof that he was shot with her rifle. Even Trace Randall, the arson investigator who's helped her before, seems to doubt her now. She has to prove her innocence, but how? Her reputation, her life—and her chance for happiness with Trace—are all on the line.
Met goed fatsoen
Title : Met goed fatsoen
Author : Deeanne Gist
Total pages: N.A pages
Nooit had de twintigjarige Rachel Van Buren kunnen bedenken dat haar vader zou overlijden tijdens de overtocht naar San Francisco. Hoe overleeft ze nu met haar broertje en zusje in de door goudkoorts bevangen stad? In plaats van een eldorado blijkt de stad een modderpoel vol smerige goktenten waar ruige mijnwerkers de dienst uitmaken. Er zijn nog geen wetten, politie of gevangenis, en al snel doorziet Rachel het veiligste plan: direct weer vertrekken. Haar broertje en zusje denken daar echter anders over, want de avontuurlijke stad heeft hen al snel in de greep. Zelfs Rachel ontkomt niet aan de verleiding wanneer barman Johnny haar hart sneller doet kloppen. Maar ze geeft niet toe. Voor geen goud. Toch?
Title : Fate Bound
Author : Madeline Freeman
Publisher: Laurealinde Publishing LLC
Total pages: 294 pages
A werewolf's first instinct is to protect those weaker than himself. But Jack chose to protect the wrong girl. After a brutal encounter, Ava awakes to a new life of heightened senses and supernatural speed. But she isn't like other werewolves, and her special qualities put her--and her new family--in unimaginable danger. Her very existence threatens a precarious balance--one that can only be set right by her death.
Title : Fatwa
Author : Jacky Trevane
Publisher: Overamstel Uitgevers
Total pages: 259 pages
Jacky was 23 toen ze in Egypte aankwam voor een vakantie met haar vriend Dave. Ze kon onmogelijk vermoeden dat een onschuldige vakantie zou veranderen in een nachtmerrie. Terwijl ze Dave kwijtraakt in het gewoel van een drukke straat, valt Jacky en verzwikt ze haar enkel. Ze wordt geholpen door Omar, een galante, knappe Egyptenaar. Het is liefde op het eerste gezicht. Hij neemt haar mee naar huis, waar Jacky gastvrij door de familie wordt ontvangen. Binnen tien dagen trouwt ze met Omar. Daarna keert ze terug naar haar ouders in Engeland. Tegen het advies van haar ouders in reist ze terug naar Cairo en bekeert zich tot de islam. Hoewel ze hoopvol is en vol plannen zit, verandert Jackys droom in een verstikking. Zes jaar lang mishandelt Omar haar en pleegt hij emotionele chantage. Dan beslist Jacky met haar twee kleine dochters te ontsnappen, maar hoe? Jacky Trevane leeft in Engeland onder de schaduw van een doodsbedreiging. Ze moet zichzelf en haar dochters elke minuut van de dag beschermen, want de Fatwa houdt nog steeds stand. Vandaar dat ze haar waargebeurde, traumatische verhaal onder pseudoniem schreef. Fatwa is een huiveringwekkende leeservaring in de traditie van Not without my daughter.
Shadows of My Father
Title : Shadows of My Father
Author : Christoph Werner
Total pages: 352 pages
In celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, an enthralling and original novel that brings to life one of Christianity's most significant figures, Martin Luther, and the tumultuous world of late medieval Germany that shaped—and was reshaped by—him, told through the fictional letters and diary entries of his youngest son, Paul. Growing up in the shadow of his strict and pious father, Paul Luther rejected Martin’s singular devotion. Unwilling to join his father's fanatical disciples, Paul became critical of his famous father's critiques, and instead turned his interest and intellect to science and medicine. Yet Martin Luther remained a presence that haunted Paul’s life and transformed his world. Shadows of My Father paints a vivid and atmospheric picture of Martin Luther, including his day-to-day life, his break with the Catholic Church, and his singular dedication in sustaining the Reformation. It is also a portrait of a rebellious son raised in a harsh religious household who turns his faith to saving lives instead of souls, eventually becoming a royal doctor. Christoph Werner vividly recreates the world of sixteenth-century Germany, a time of wars and famines when a Kaiser battles to keep an empire together, and faith and tradition clash with education and reason—giving birth to superstition and shaking the foundations of a Catholic Church already riven by internal conflict. A thoughtful, insightful lens into one of the most famous figures, one of the most profound historical events, and one of the most turbulent periods in our past, Shadows of My Father reveals an intriguing, historically accurate, and all-too-human side of Martin Luther and his lasting legacy.
Applications of Continuum Damage Mechanics to Fatigue and Fracture
Title : Applications of Continuum Damage Mechanics to Fatigue and Fracture
Author : David L. McDowell
Publisher: ASTM International
Total pages: 237 pages
Contains papers from the May 1996 Symposium on Applications of Continuum Damage Mechanics (CDM) to Fatigue and Fracture. Papers in Section I deal with various aspects of modeling damage in composite materials, such as high temperature environmental degradation, fatigue, and viscous damage in metal a
Fatigue and Fracture
Title : Fatigue and Fracture
Author : F. C. Campbell
Publisher: ASM International
Total pages: 685 pages
"This book emphasizes the physical and practical aspects of fatigue and fracture. It covers mechanical properties of materials, differences between ductile and brittle fractures, fracture mechanics, the basics of fatigue, structural joints, high temperature failures, wear, environmentally-induced failures, and steps in the failure analysis process."--publishers website.
Automation in Fatigue and Fracture
Title : Automation in Fatigue and Fracture
Author : C. Amzallag
Publisher: ASTM International
Total pages: 665 pages
Case Histories Involving Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics
Title : Case Histories Involving Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics
Author : C. M. Hudson
Publisher: ASTM International
Total pages: 427 pages
Why Is Jesus the Only Way to God, the Father?
Title : Why Is Jesus the Only Way to God, the Father?
Author : Lynn Ahrens
Publisher: Xulon Press
Total pages: 220 pages
Throughout all 39 books of the Old Testament, Satan shows a pattern of trying to corrupt all bloodlines or to destroy Gods people, in order to prevent the Messiahs birth. His mission fails; the Messiah is born. The following 27 books of the New Testament continue Satans pursuit in attempting to destroy Jesus, the disciples, believers, and finally Christendom. However, God remains one step ahead of him at all times. (Christian)
Journey to My Father, Isaac Bashevis Singer
Title : Journey to My Father, Isaac Bashevis Singer
Author : Israel Zamir,Barbara Harshav
Publisher: Arcade Publishing
Total pages: 240 pages
The son of the Nobel Prize-winning novelist recounts his twenty years of separation from his father, their difficult reunion in 1955, and the thirty-five-year relationship that followed, during which both men tried to bridge their differences.
Dear Father/dear Son
Title : Dear Father/dear Son
Author : Joseph W. Ernst,John Davison Rockefeller
Publisher: Fordham Univ Press
Total pages: 237 pages
Many biographies of John D. Rockefeller and John D. Rockefeller, Jr. have been compiled - some have used bits of the original correspondence presented here and tried to show opposing interests between John D. Rockefeller and his son. Still others were written without correspondence at all. This collection of never-before-published letters traces the history of the transfer of the Rockefeller fortune over the course of fifty years. It illustrates how the endowment was bestowed from Seniorto Junior with respect, sound advice, and with a mutual trust between father and son. The letters also reveal far more than the business side of entrusting the Rockefeller fortune to the younger generation. The missives are filled with news of family matters and personal wishes constituting a record of the Rockefeller family values which, in turn, sponsored the philantrophies of Junior. Outlined in these letters is the conception for the Rockefeller Foundation, the Rockefeller Institute forMedical Research, and the General Education Board. Later would follow the realization of the Fort Tryon Park, the Rockefeller Center, Riverside Church, and the restoration of Colonial Williamsburg. Junior's holdings peaked in 1928 at 5 million and his dedication to public parks, and institutions around the world absorbed a considerable portion of his wealth. Ernst's introduction reflects on five themes which run continuously throughout the letters: the respect and love among the members ofthe family, a father's precautions to his maturing son, the son's willingness to accept his father's precepts and examples, the son's conscious assumption of the responsibilities of the bequeathed fortune, and overriding faith in a benevolent God. These themes continually come together to form the outline of a philosophy of life behind the Rockefeller legacy, as when Senior writes: "I am indeed blessed beyond measure in having a son whom I can trust to do this most particular and most important work. Go carefully. Be conservative. Be sure you are right - and then do not be afraid to give out, as your heart prompts you, and as the Lord inspires you."
Perspectives on Our Father Abraham
Title : Perspectives on Our Father Abraham
Author : Steven A. Hunt
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
Total pages: 397 pages
"More than simply a Festschrift, this book encompasses a uniquely broad range of traditions having to do with Abraham. It also succeeds in the task that Wilson has always encouraged --- bringing Jews and Christians together in fruitful dialogue."--Jacket.