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Table of Contents for
Preventing Eating-Related and Weight-Related Disorders Collaborative Research, Advocacy, and Policy Change,
edited by Gail L. McVey, Michael P. Levine, Niva Piran, and H. Bruce Ferguson

Introduction | Michael P. Levine, Gail L. McVey, Niva Piran, and H. Bruce Ferguson

I. Working with Larger and Broader Systems

Chapter 1: Prevention, Prevention Science, and an Ecological Perspective: A Framework for Programs, Research, and Advocacy | Michael P. Levine and Gail L. McVey

Chapter 2: Prevention of Disordered Eating through Structural Change: The Population Health Framework and Lessons from Case Studies in Intensive Community-Based Intervention | Lindsay McLaren and Niva Piran

Chapter 3: Public Health Interventions for Body Dissatisfaction and Eating Disorders: Learning from Victoria | Susan Paxton

Chapter 4: Mass Media 1: A Primer on Media Literacy’s Role in Prevention of Negative Body Image and Disordered Eating | Michael P. Levine and Joe Kelly

Chapter 5: Mass Media 2: Advocacy, Activism, and Social Change in the Digital Era: the Potential of Cyber-Action | Manuela Ferrari

II. Risk, Resilience, and Prevention

Chapter 6: Risk and Protective Factors in Body Image Problems: Implications for Prevention | Linda Smolak

Chapter 7: The Developmental Theory of Embodiment | Niva Piran and Tanya Teall

Chapter 8: Gender and the Prevention of Eating Disorders | Niva Piran and Linda Smolak

Chapter 9: Eating Disorders and Obesity: Epidemiology and the Perception of Risk | Leora Pinhas and Benjamin Taylor

Chapter 10: Socio-Economic Position, Social Inequality, and Weight-Related Issues | Lindsay McLaren, Janet deGroot, Carol E. Adair, and Shelly Russell-Mayhew

Conclusion | Gail L. McVey, Michael P. Levine, Niva Piran, and H. Bruce Ferguson

Contributors

Index