By B. Czarniawska
Casting the opposite: preserving Gender Inequalities within the office makes a speciality of the construction and upkeep of gender inequalities in companies. by way of emphasizing 'difference' as whatever to be controlled many businesses institute the 'problem of difference', and whereas orgainzations pay lip-service to principles of equality, their day by day practices can be unchanged and unchallenged. Discrimination of assorted teams equivalent to ladies, immigrants and older humans maintains and its dynamics stay doubtful, principally as a result of the problems of learning it within the box. also, numerous courses geared toward removal inequality, reminiscent of gender equality of dealing with range courses, may very well market it by way of making variations obvious and stabilizing them. administration, lower than those situations, involves confer with the administration of appearances which take where of extra radical acts to alter the 'status quo'.
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In order to situate the establishment of specialized treatment of eating disorders in time and place, and to clarify that women are not the only issue here, I will start with a brief history of the ﬁeld of eating disorders in general and the establishment of the treatment of eating disorders in Stockholm in particular. From no treatment to controversies about treatment The 1970s and 1980s: an increasing focus on eating disorders Though anorexia nervosa was ‘discovered’ and named by the medical sciences in the 1870s, it was not until 1979 that the ﬁrst two books on self-starvation were published in Swedish (Palazzoli 1963/1979; Möller 1979).
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