"Devi Mangiare!"[You have to eat!]: Food, culture and Italian women's experiences of disordered eating.
About this study
This research aims to explore how the experiences of food, gender and culture interact with the experiences of disordered eating/ eating disorders in women of Italian background. It is hoped that information gained through this study will help build knowledge, and inform the care given to women of culturally diverse backgrounds who experience disordered eating/ eating disorders.
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