bound as proposed by Lee (1996) which constituted a profound re- conceptualization of the term, with global implications. Of note was that this reconceptualization had arisen as a consequence of the emergence of eating disorders where previously they were thought not to exist i.e. the developing world, the so called under- represented countries . Specifically that eating disorders were bound to the culture of modernity which Lee (1996) defined and will be elucidated later in this paper.
Having completed specialist training in 1992 I was appointed as a