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失明女性暴食症发展的社会文化因素:一例病例报告 [下载]
 
Sociocultural Factors in the Development of Bulimia Nervosa in a Blind Woman: A Case Report
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文献简介

出版社:International Journal of Eating Disorders

作者:Mladena Simeunovic Ostojic, MD, MSc* Annemarie M.J. Hansen

编号:10.1002/eat.22058

关键字:visual impairment; congenital blindness; sociocultural factors; bulimia nervosa; body image

年份:2013点击量:513

文献摘要

Background:

Although several cases of eating disorders in visually impaired women have been reported, there has been little research on the development of body image and disordered eating in the blind. Overall, it is argued that blind women are protected from developing body dissatisfaction because of having had little or no exposure to thin-ideal images, and that if they do develop an eating disorder, this would be linked to other risk factors. In the one reported case of bulimia nervosa in a blind woman, body image concerns were even absent.

背景:

虽然已有几例关于视障女性出现进食障碍的病例报告,但对盲人体象发展和饮食失调的研究很少。总的来说,有人认为,盲人女性免受身体不满的保护,是因为有很少或根本没有接触到以瘦为美的概念,而如果他们继续饮食紊乱,这将可能引起其他危险因素。在一个已报道过的患神经性贪食症的盲人女性病例中,其甚至完全不关注身体形象。


Method:

We report a single case of bulimia nervosa in a 28-year-old congenitally blind woman whose presentation was typical, including body dissatisfaction and drive for thinness.

方法:

我们报告一例单一患神经性贪食症的28岁先天性失明女患者,其对身体的不满和瘦身倾向均表现为典型的临床症状。


Discussion:

The present case underscores the need to also consider an etiological role of perceived sociocultural pressure and thin-ideal internalization in promoting body dissatisfaction and eating disorders in visually impaired women.

讨论:

本病例研究强调有必要考虑视障女性对社会文化压力的感知,以瘦为美内在化引起对身体的不满和饮食失调的病因学作用

 

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