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Mothers at large: Responsibilizing the pregnant self for the “obesity epidemic”
G Parker
Fat Studies 3 (2), 101-118, 2014
652014
Constructions of masculinity in alcohol advertising: Implications for the prevention of domestic violence
AJ Towns, C Parker, P Chase
Addiction Research & Theory 20 (5), 389-401, 2012
562012
Resisting the problematisation of fatness in COVID-19: In pursuit of health justice
C Pausť, G Parker, L Gray
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 54, 102021, 2021
412021
Productive but not constructive: The work of shame in the affective governance of fat pregnancy
G Parker, C Pausť
Feminism & Psychology 29 (2), 250-268, 2019
372019
Pregnant with possibility: Negotiating fat maternal subjectivity in the “war on obesity”
G Parker, C Pausť
The Future Is Fat, 10-20, 2021
322021
Shamed into health? Fat pregnant women’s views on obesity management strategies in maternity care
G Parker
Women’s Studies Journal 31 (1), 22-33, 2017
292017
“I'm Just a Woman Having a Baby”: Negotiating and Resisting the Problematization of Pregnancy Fatness
G Parker, C Pausť
Frontiers in Sociology 3, 5, 2018
172018
“It’s total erasure”: Trans and nonbinary peoples’ experiences of cisnormativity within perinatal care services in Aotearoa New Zealand
G Parker, A Ker, S Baddock, E Kerekere, J Veale, S Miller
Women's Reproductive Health 10 (4), 591-607, 2023
122023
“You’re Just Another Friggin’Number to Add to the Problem”: Constructing the Racialized (M) other in Contemporary Discourses of Pregnancy Fatness
G Parker, C Pausť, J Le Grice
Thickening Fat, 97-109, 2019
112019
You’re Just Another Friggin’Number to Add to the Problem
G Parker, C Pausť, J Le Grice
Thickening fat: Fat bodies, intersectionality, and social justice, 97-109, 2019
82019
Taking up the challenge of trans and non-binary inclusion in midwifery education: Reflections from educators in Aotearoa and Ontario Canada
G Parker, L Kelly, S Miller, V Van Wagner, M Handa, S Baddock, ...
Midwifery 118, 103605, 2023
62023
Sized out: Fatness, fertility care, and reproductive justice in Aotearoa New Zealand
G Parker, J Le Grice
Reproductive citizenship: Technologies, rights and relationships, 153-178, 2022
62022
DIALOGUE: Proposed changes to the Human Assisted Reproductive Technology Act (2004)
D Yates, R Shaw, G Parker, L Van Zyl, R Walker
Women's studies journal 29 (1), 34, 2015
52015
Promoting positive interactions between midwives and obstetricians at the primary/secondary interface.
R Cassie, C Griffiths, G Parker
New Zealand College of Midwives Journal, 2021
42021
The elephant in the room: Naming fatphobia in maternity care
G Parker, C Pause
Heavy burdens, 19-32, 2018
42018
Mothers at large: Governing fat pregnant embodiment
GC Parker
PhD Thesis-University of Auckland, 2019
32019
One for the girls?: Cervical cancer prevention and the introduction of the HPV vaccine in Aotearoa New Zealand
C Parker
Women's Studies Journal 24 (2), 25, 2010
32010
Developing a transgender and non‐binary inclusive obstetrics and gynaecology undergraduate medical curriculum in Aotearoa/New Zealand: Where are we at, and where do we need to be?
L Jones, R Carroll, G Parker, D Steers, J Ormandy, S Filoche
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 64 (1), 15-18, 2024
22024
Teeth are for chewing: a critical review of the conceptualisation and ethics of a controversial intraoral weight-loss device
C Pausť, TG McAllister, AB Simpson, R Graham, L Calloway, A Gillon, ...
British Dental Journal 231 (11), 675-679, 2021
22021
Standards of care for women requesting abortion in Aotearoa New Zealand: Report of a Standards Committee to the Abortion Supervisory Committee
A Knowles, P Stone, J Le Grice, G Parker, S Ross, M Wise, C Roke, ...
Ministry of Justice, 2018
22018
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