In fat talk nation greenhalgh argues that the war on obesity is harmful to people of all sizes effectively appealing to logos pathos and ethos she presents a range of negative effects ie the human costs the war is having on young people in the united states through weaving empirical evidence with autoethnographic essays. Fat talk nation the human costs of americas war on fat sep 9 2016 susan greenhalgh cornell university press 2015 in recent decades america has been waging a veritable war on fat in which not just public health authorities but every sector of society is engaged in constant fat talk aimed at educating badgering and ridiculing . Infat talk nation susan greenhalgh tells the story of todays fight against excess pounds by giving young people the campaigns main target an opportunity to speak about experiences that have long lain hidden in silence and shamefeaturing forty five autobiographical narratives of personal struggles with diet weight bad bmis and eating . Fat talk nation by susan greenhalgh provides an interesting look at the real human costs of americas war on obesity having always had a naturally athletic body i never thought about how the war on fat impacted me it was always just something in the background that id hear about on the news
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