Estamos diante do acirramento de novas modulacoes da saude perfeita, que inclui o healthism
, tal como o definiu Crawford (22), que e um modo particular de compreender a saude como bem maior a ser conquistado.
Fatness, fitness and healthism
discourse: Girls constructing "healthy" identities in school.
These disciplinary regimes of visibility and "healthism
" (Crawford, 1980) potentially come into contradiction with each other, complicating how we theorize the decision of subjects to appear in end-of-life texts.
Indeed, where there has been attention paid to the relationships between sex and disability it has often been addressed within a heteronormative framework and a healthism
narrative (10) focused on positive health outcomes involved in sexuality (Drummond and Brotman, 2014).
' and Looking Good: Body Ideals and Body Practices in Norway.
These commentators have consistently identified "diversity" and "tolerance" as the qualities to which the new elite most reverently genuflects; environmentalism and "healthism
" as its ethos; and--echoing the 1962 Port Huron Statement of the Students for a Democratic Society--what they variously characterize as "self-cultivation," "self-fulfillment," and "self-expression" as its animating pursuit.
(18) In our analysis, we draw upon critical obesity research and theories such as post-structuralism feminism, healthism
, and social stigma.
Roberts & Elizabeth Weeks Leonard, What Is (and Isn't) Healthism
, 50 GA.
concept known as "healthism
." (145) PPACA attempts to amend
A growing body of literature within Sociology and Public Health examines how a dominant discourse of Health--often called 'Healthism
' or 'Healthification'--produces and governs modern neoliberal subjects (Crawford, 1980; Fusco, 2006; King, 2013; Metzl and Kirkland, 2010).
We argue that postfeminism, neoliberalism and healthism
represent a constellation of contemporary forces which have created an environment for disordered eating to flourish.