The articles explore the complex ways in which notions of disease, disability, and difference are related and in which bodies marked by gender, race, disability, sexuality, and ethnic identities experience disease in specific ways.... special relationship of the obese body to the feminized male is here used to refute the assumption of the aquot;Orientalaquot; fat boy that ... Compliance Manual As 9022( c)(5), http://www.eeoc.gov/policy/docs/902cm.html (accessed February 6, 2004).
|Title||:||Difference and Identity|
|Author||:||Jonathan M. Metzl, Suzanne Poirier|
|Publisher||:||JHU Press - 2005-06-10|