Agency through bodily alterity: the case of "proanorexia" websites

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Kleyn, Megan; Clark, Jude;
  • Publisher: Psychology in Society

The phenomenon of pro-anorexia websites is beginning to receive attention within the academy following its increasing visibility in popular media. Pro-Ana is vibrant, yet subversive online community, with membership purportedly comprised of girls in their mid to late te... View more
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