Open Access Thesis
Eating disorders -- Case studies; Eating disorders -- Prevention; Case studies;
This paper explores, through case studies, the personal experiences of individuals with eating disorders and their thoughts on prevention. Chapter one includes a brief literature review and reference to a more extensive review of prevention programs, included in the appendix entitled "Primary Prevention Programs." Chapter two describes the process of this study and the women who participated. Chapter three is the exploration into the case studies of these women and their ideas on prevention. The last chapter addresses the interpretation and application of the information that these women provided me with, in regards to my ideas on prevention and how to apply it to school settings.
Year of Submission
Specialist in Education
Department of Educational Psychology and Foundations
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©1999 Suzanne D. Holmes-Bunde
Holmes-Bunde, Suzanne D., "Eating Disorders: Personal Perspectives" (2000). Dissertations and Theses @ UNI. 1115.