Annotated Bibliography

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Allison Hoff 3/6/2008 Ms. Bivona English 102-102 Annotated Bibliography Kershaw, Sarah “Starving Themselves, Cocktail in Hand.” New York Times (03/02/2008), Academic Search Complete , Ebsco host, University of Arizona Library, Tucson, AZ 1 March 2008 http://ezproxy.library.arizona.edu/login? url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx? direct=true&db=a9h&AN=31128573&site=ehost-live In the article “Starving Themselves, Cocktail in Hand” the author looks at the different types of eating disorders and how they have expanded to “Manorexia, orthorexia, diabulimia and binge eating disorder.” The author also looks into how eating disorders today have become almost acceptable by society. Also how these eating disorders are now being seen as a fad and magazines are publishing the lifestyles of “the glamorous and the suffering.” This article was meant to explain the dangers of how eating disorders have become acceptable and popular in society. This article will be helpful to my paper because it explains why eating disorders are so popular and how they have become commercialized.
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