Beauty Secrets: Women and the Politics of Appearance

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Women's Press, 1988 - Beauty, Personal - 214 pages
A provocative exploration of the links between appearance, gender and sexuality. Discusses beauty and ugliness, racism and beauty standards, and the role of class in shaping images of beauty.

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Definitely of its time. What is most depressing is how, 30 years on, so many of the issues Chapkis raises still exist. Read full review

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Definitely of its time. What is most depressing is how, 30 years on, so many of the issues Chapkis raises still exist. Read full review

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Secrets
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Changing Landscapes
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Ann
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