LO-Obesity-K

LO-Obesity-K - LO Obesity K Dartmouth 2K9 D Park 1 Obesity...

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Unformatted text preview: LO Obesity K Dartmouth 2K9 D Park 1 Obesity K Obesity K.............................................................................................................................................................. 1 1NC Obesity K.................................................................................................................................................. 4 A. Obesity discourse is socially constructed and used to pathologize the differences between humans, condemning others as responsible for a manufactured crisis. .............................................................................4 1NC Obesity K.................................................................................................................................................. 5 B. The segmentation of the obese as an at-risk population is used to justify state intervention and social control in the name of preserving life..................................................................................................................5 (Julie Guthman, Community Studies @ UC Santa Cruz, and Melanie DePuis, Sociology @ UC Santa Cruz, 2006, Embodying neoliberalism: economy, culture, and the politics of fat Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 2006, volume 24, pages 427 ^ 448).......................................................... 5 1NC Obesity K.................................................................................................................................................. 6 C. This social control in a system of power and discipline guarantees extermination........................................6 1NC Obesity K.................................................................................................................................................. 7 1NC Obesity K.................................................................................................................................................. 8 D. The alternative is to redirect your critical gaze away from the obese and towards the use of obesity discourse. ............................................................................................................................................................8 L Epidemic language ....................................................................................................................................... 9 Obesity is socially constructed using the language of an epidemic neglects the fact that the basis is arbitrary................................................................................................................................................................9 (Julie Guthman, Community Studies @ UC Santa Cruz, and Melanie DePuis, Sociology @ UC Santa Cruz, 2006, Embodying neoliberalism: economy, culture, and the politics of fat Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 2006, volume 24, pages 427 ^ 448).......................................................... 9Planning D: Society and Space 2006, volume 24, pages 427 ^ 448)....
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