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Browsing 20 Language, Communication and Culture by Author "Jones, Meredith"

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  • Jones, Meredith (Sage Publications, 2004)
  • Bell, David; Holliday, Ruth; Jones, Meredith; Sanchez-Taylor, Jaqueline; Probyn, Elspeth (Sage, 2011)
    This paper explores the ways in which cosmetic surgery tourism can be thought of specifically as a tourist experience. We argue that whilst essentially involving travel for the purpose of undertaking painful surgery, ...
  • Jones, Meredith (Pearson, 2012)
  • Jones, Meredith (UTSePress, Sydney, 2011)
    This paper examines cosmetic surgery tourism, arguing that it can be meaningfully analysed as part of makeover culture. It shows that while cosmetic surgery tourism sits at a junction of cosmetic surgery and medical tourism, ...
  • Jones, Meredith (Berg Publ, 2012)
    This article traces some of the relations between cosmetic surgery and fashion, arguing that they both operate inside a cultural aesthetic where two-dimensional images intertwine with three-dimensional 'reality.' This is ...
  • Jones, Meredith (Boccalatte, 2009)
    Welcome to the first of the TRUNK series-corporeal, personal and sensual books. They are intended to be coveted, consumable and engrossing as a whole, yet filled with short pieces so that each book can also be flipped ...
  • Jones, Meredith (Boccalatte, 2009)
    Medieval and Renaissance paintings of the crucifixion almost always include a woman kneeling and crying just below Christ's feet. Her hair is often blonde, sometimes reddish, and very long. The other women depicted ...
  • Jones, Meredith (Routledge, 2008)
    Cosmetic surgery reality television (CSRTV) is notmerely about cosmetic surgery, normerely about reality television: it is a blend of these two areas and hence bothmedia and bodiesmust be analysed when examining it.1 I ...
  • Jones, Meredith (Routledge, 2009)
    Cosmetic surgery reality television (CSRTV) is not merely about cosmetic surgery, nor merely about reality television: it is a blend of these two areas and hence both media and bodies must be analysed when examining it. ...
  • Jones, Meredith (Boccalatte, 2009)
    Annie Jones was born in r865 in America. Her parents began exhibiting her at the age of nine months under the name 'The Infant Esau'. (Esau is a figure in the Old Testament who was born hairy-the name means hairy in ...
  • Jones, Meredith (Boccalatte, 2009)
    Her prayers were answered-overnight, she grew a moustache and beard. This resulted not only in the unwanted fiancee fleeing, but also in the terrible rage of her father, who had her crucified. Images of Wilgefortis ...
  • Jones, Meredith (Berg Publishers, 2008)
    Cosmetic surgery is everywhere: we are surrounded by altered, enhanced, skinny and stretched celebrities, in a hyped media culture that focuses increasingly on the body beautiful. Once only associated with the rich and ...
  • Jones, Meredith; Sofoulis, Zoe (Continuum, 2002)