Zoë Meleo-Erwin

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Decolonize Self-Care

Decolonize Self-Care mounts a sharply critical investigation into contemporary “self-care” practices—particularly those that embrace using mindfulness and other techniques such … ; 284 View
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Introduction

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The authors contextualize modern self-care, its relation to corporate marketing, its individualization, and how the movement can be tied to intersecting systems of oppression including … ; 49 $4.90 Add
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How to Have Amazing Sex (And Become Your Best Self in the Process)

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Chapter 1 discussed women’s work, the gendered origins of multitasking, as well as sex as self-care. The authors detailed the idea that women are inherently prone to multitasking, therefore … ; 43 $4.30 Add
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Marketing Self-Care

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Chapter 2 discussed the modern prioritization of the personal benefits of self-care that are marketable and make white, rich, cis, and heteronormative femininity commodifiable. The authors … ; 52 $5.20 Add
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You Can Nourish Your Family and Climb the Ladder of Success! The White Neoliberal Feminism and Hip Domesticity of Food-Based Health Movements

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Chapter 3 discussed food in relation to modern self-care movements and practices. The authors discussed gluten-free, other specialty diets, the colonial and Western history of natural food diets, … ; 52 $5.20 Add
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More Care, Less Self? How to (Hopefully) Move Beyond Complaint, Critique, and Coloniality

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Chapter 4 discussed the self-care industry’s use of social justice language as it continues to be a market that relies on inspiration and appropriation of indigenity and other cultural … ; 36 $3.60 Add