Dr Karin Eli: List of publications

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Corporeal: Exploring the Material Dynamics of Embodiment

Striving for liminality: Eating disorders and social suffering

Perceived child eating behaviours and maternal migrant Background

Distinct and Untamed: Articulating Bulimic Identities.

Governance by campaign: the co-constitution of food issues, publics and expertise through new information and communication technologies

Water, juice, or soda? Mothers and grandmothers of preschoolers discuss the acceptability and accessibility of beverages.

Controlling feeding practices and maternal migrant background: an analysis of a multicultural sample.

Associations between maternal sense of coherence and controlling feeding practices: The importance of resilience and support in families of preschoolers.

Mobile activism, material imaginings, and the ethics of the edible: Framing political engagement through the Buycott app

Becoming fit to be a mother: class, learning, and redemption in Supersize vs Superskinny

A question of balance: Explaining differences between parental and grandparental perspectives on preschoolers' feeding and physical activity.

Associations between Parental Concerns about Preschoolers' Weight and Eating and Parental Feeding Practices: Results from Analyses of the Child Eating Behavior Questionnaire, the Child Feeding Questionnaire, and the Lifestyle Behavior Checklist.

'The body remembers': narrating embodied reconciliations of eating disorder and recovery.

Binge eating as a meaningful experience in bulimia nervosa and anorexia nervosa: a qualitative analysis.

Configuring relations of care in an online consumer protection organization

Choreographing lived experience: dance, feelings and the storytelling body.

Social Aspects of Dietary Sugars

An embodied belonging: Amenorrhea and anorexic subjectivities

From abject eating to abject being: Representations of obesity on 'Supersize vs. Superskinny'

Body image among eating disorder patients with disabilities: a review of published case studies.

"A little on the heavy side": a qualitative analysis of parents' and grandparents' perceptions of preschoolers' body weights.

"Those comments last forever": parents and grandparents of preschoolers recount how they became aware of their own body weights as children.

Between difference and belonging: configuring self and others in inpatient treatment for eating disorders.

Eating Disorders During Compulsory Service in the Israeli Defense Forces

Introduction: Obesity, eating disorders and the media

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