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Published December, 2021
By Peter Garner
Publisher: American Medical Publishers
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Published December, 2021
By Walter Williamson
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Published December, 2021
By Walter Williamson
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Published November, 2021
By Diana Watson
Publisher: Jw Choices
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Published November, 2021
By Seth Ritter
Publisher: Readers First Publishing Ltd
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Published November, 2021
By Charlee Huber
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Published November, 2021
By Damon Kent
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Published November, 2021
By Ayla Dyer
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Published November, 2021
By Paul Baker and Gavin Brookes
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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How do newspapers use language to represent obesity, and how does this language potentially shame and stigmatise people with obesity? The first book-length linguistic analysis of the representation of obesity in the press, this work presents innovative methods and key theories for exploring how language shapes public attitudes.

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Published November, 2021
By Paul Baker and Gavin Brookes
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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How do newspapers use language to represent obesity, and how does this language potentially shame and stigmatise people with obesity? The first book-length linguistic analysis of the representation of obesity in the press, this work presents innovative methods and key theories for exploring how language shapes public attitudes.

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