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Media And Eating Disorders (a Research Study)

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Media and Eating Disorders (A Research Study)
Research study on the affects of the Media on teenage girls and young women, which often causes Eating Disorders.

  
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1.  From an early age we are bombarded with images and messages that reinforce the idea to be happy and successful we must be thin. Today, you cannot read a magazine or newspaper, turn on the television, listen to the radio, or shop at the mall without being assaulted with the message that fat is bad. What kind of intervention is appropriate intervention?
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2.  True or False: A study found that adolescent girls were more fearful of gaining weight, than getting cancer, nuclear war or losing their parents.
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3.  This is Dove's attempt at intervention. Is this appropriate? Why or why not?
4.  The average U.S. woman is:
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5.  80% of women who answered a People magazine survey responded that images of women on television and in the movies make them feel insecure. How do these images make you feel?
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6.  On average, I weigh myself:
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7.  Girls: Name 3 current female television personalities who you feel are overweight. Now name 3 female television personalities who you feel are underweight or at ideal weight.Guys: Name 3 current female television personalities who you feel are overweight. Now name 3 female television personalities who you feel are underweight or at ideal weight.
8.  Of the following 3, please rate which female celeb you feel is most attractive in these pictures. Not in general. Bias your opinion to these images only.(A)(B)(C)
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