Analysis Of Susan Bordo's The Globalization Of Eating Disorder Article

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Susan Bordo’s The Globalization of Eating Disorder article voices the nowadays common issue of eating disorders and body image. Eating disorders are starting to become more and more regular in this world that we live in today. It is a problem that many people have seem to thought about, experienced, or is even going through the moment. Writing this article, Susan is able to connect with people of different types, fields, and positions. Psychiatrists, doctors, celebrities, motivational speakers, high school student, college students, people with low confidence and self-respect, and more. The list is endless, and there are so many other social types that are able to connect with such a topic. A topic that they are able to relate to or even want to know more about, because they may feel overwhelmed and pressured by their peers and society. But Bordo gives us her opinion and the information needed to know more about the dilemma of this body image …show more content…
Singletary Chair in Humanties at the University of Kentucky. She received her B.A. from Carleton University in 1972, and her Ph.D. at the State University of New York in 1982. She is also an author and has written many books and articles like Unbearable Weight: Feminism, Western Culture, and the Body and The Male Body: A New Look at Men in Public and in Private. Now there are moments where it seems as though she uses her article as a promotion for her books. She gives hints about her book is in a Korean translation (para 9), and identifies herself having a book for males available (para 10), which can interfere with the message that she is trying to perceive. But her books, especially the ones listed, are mainly based on how people and society itself views our bodies, and the issues and debates that are brought on from the discussion.. They are meant to educate us about what eating disorders are and how they are impacting today’s society and

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