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faiza
13:35
yes
Ana
55:57
Hi Maria, I have a question. Thanks
Miro Griffiths
57:01
Did you uncover any interesting lines of inquiry between sugar and disablism?
faiza
57:49
anything said by the medical community is considered authentic compared to what sociological knowledge conveys, could you please comment on that how this narrative could be made more visible. I don't know if I said it properly
Rosemary Hill
59:56
Hi Maria, I’ve a question for Karen.
Eve Seymour
01:01:56
Such an interesting question Lauren- I noticed that it seems like the main contributors to the conversation are men
Christian
01:02:37
Sorry if I cut anyone off earlier, didn’t see where to raise my hand sorry!
Hannah Barnett
01:07:35
I also have a question :)
Lauren Milor
01:07:51
Thanks again so much Karen for a really interesting and thoughtful presentation - sorry to leave early but I have another meeting. Thank you!
Esme
01:07:51
Same! :)
nick emmel
01:09:43
Thank you Karen, that was fascinating. Your discussion overlaps so well with broader debates about inequalities in health; reductive accounts that wilfully ignore the broader determinants of health that intersect across class, gender, ethnicity, … Sorry I must leave for another meeting.
C.H.Coveney@leeds.ac.uk
01:10:12
Thank you so much Karen - fascinating. I have another meeting now, bye
Choon Key Chekar
01:15:14
Thanks Karen, really enjoyed it! Looking forward to reading your book when it comes out!
faiza
01:15:52
Thanks Karen! sorry I have to leave now
Hannah Barnett
01:17:52
(Sorry if that didn’t make much sense, I’m a super anxious (virtual) public speaker and question asker!!)
Rebecca Simmons (she/her)
01:18:10
it made a lot of sense! really interesting as well :)
Kim Allen
01:20:14
Great question Hannah!
Eve Seymour
01:20:58
Yeah I really appreciated your question because I was wondering about the same thing! Was very clear
Hannah Barnett
01:20:59
Aww, thank you! :) ^^ at least being online is slightlyyyyy easier than asking a question IRL at a talk!
Roxana Barbulescu
01:21:08
if we still have time I have a question.
Sarah Troke
01:21:11
Great question Hannah! Really interesting, it is as though food only has utilitarian value now, eating to survive rather than for pleasure!
Josephine Sirotkin (she/her)
01:22:07
Not sure if you’re still checking hands Maria, but I have my hand up/a question
Maria Rovisco
01:22:31
Yes, you are next Josephone.
Angharad Beckett
01:22:51
I think that's a very fair appraisal of Jamie Oliver
Hannah Barnett
01:22:59
Absolutely agree Sarah! x
Hannah Barnett
01:23:39
Yes definitely, Jamie Oliver is the awful and I wish he wasn’t on my TV so much
Angharad Beckett
01:25:48
Yes - people living in controlled environments are not allowed to have 'naughty moments' where they eat a whole packet of cookies! Even though everyone has those moments. And who says they are naughty any way?? (I'm just adding to Josephine's observations here). Sugar and paternalism is very interesting in relation to care settings.
Becca
01:26:09
That’s really good point Josephine. Even if you’re not in residential care you often don’t get real choice about what you eat. I had to really lobby my social worker to get enough care hours to actually cook meals from scratch rather than just heat a ready meal!
Sarah Troke
01:27:01
Really good point Josephine
Hannah Barnett
01:28:08
Really interesting Josephine, thank you!
Rosemary Hill
01:28:49
Fascinating talk and discussion, thanks Karen. See you soon xx
Angharad Beckett
01:29:13
Miro's point v.interesting. This is where Fat Studies and Disability Studies intersect isn't it? If you are perceived as overweight, you are not supposed to eat sugary things and scrutinised/judged. Ditto on disabled people who are not able to do burning off calories thing. Fascinating
Kim Allen
01:30:05
I recently heard a good talk by Yasmin Gunaratnam where she talked about 'plantation pleasures' in the pandemic - our 'comfort' in sugary food, tea etc in the UK and how these come from the labour of plantation workers in Sri-Lanka. Which is hidden. Slightly off topic but some interesting things to think about there in terms of the absent presence of race, ethnicity etc in the consumption and emotion around sugar
Josephine Sirotkin (she/her)
01:30:10
Thank you… it’s something that I think I definitely want to write about either in the phd or something extra
Hannah Barnett
01:31:43
I have another really small (to ask anyway!) question if there is time, no worries if not!
Ruth Holliday
01:36:44
This was a really fantastic talk Karen and a great discussion afterwards. Really enjoyed it!! Thank you!
Jessica Martin
01:38:03
So many similar narratives around the mother in particular as responsible for mitigating overconsumption in the home. Fascinating. Thanks Karen
Rehab Alotaibi
01:38:12
It was very interesting, information is very important. Thank you Karen
Joanne Greenhalgh
01:38:45
Thanks for fascinating talk Karen, really enjoyed it and the discussion afterwards
Kim Allen
01:39:01
fantastic talk Karen, and great discussion. Thank you all!
Rebecca Simmons (she/her)
01:39:08
thank you for such a great talk!
Mia Ford (she/they)
01:39:10
Thank you Karen!
Josephine Sirotkin (she/her)
01:39:13
Thank you for this Karen! So interesting and lots to think about !
Dan Ewers
01:39:14
Thanks to Karen - very interesting session and engaging to hear the discussion!
Ana
01:39:14
Thank you!
Marita Hennessy
01:39:14
Fantastic. thank you!
Taoyuan Luo
01:39:15
Thank you Karen. I really enjoy it
Jiho Eom
01:39:15
Thank you
Eve Seymour
01:39:17
Thank you so much Karen I really enjoyed it! Cant wait for the book
Esme
01:39:17
Thank you so much! It was brilliant
Gerry
01:39:18
Thanks Karen. That was excellent
Hannah Barnett
01:39:18
Thank you so much, honestly one of the best events of the YEAR!! ;)
Sarah Troke
01:39:18
Thank you so much Karen this was a fantastic talk and discussion. Really interesting!
Enas Sergul-Ridha
01:39:20
Thank you
Roxana Barbulescu
01:39:21
thank you Karen fascinating and wonderful delivery as always
Sarah Dempster
01:39:22
Loved the talk and discussion. thank you
Ipek Demir
01:39:27
thank you Karen!
Christian
01:39:33
Thank you Karen for this fantastic talk and insightful conversation. Thanks all!