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Brittney Sparn

on 25 April 2013

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Transcript of Beautiful

society's perception of Beautiful Social Comparison Media Comparison to somebody who fares better than they. Social Comparison Theory evaluates how the media's images effect perceptions of individuals as well as society's standards of beautiful. People judge their self & others for better or worse. Downward Comparison Comparison to another individual that is not as well as they are. low self-esteem with an unrealistic under
sense of self Upward Comparison Individuals evaluate & compare themselves to peers, groups, social categories and media images. better-than-the-rest-attitude never-be-good-enough-attitude Advertisements, television, magazines, movies and other forms of media provide a wide array of examples of upward comparison. original photo published image Negative Effects NEVER GOOD ENOUGH Skewed Perceptions unrealistic standards can lead to eating disorders, physical and mental health problems most individuals have an opinion about their personal appearance never-good-enough attitude Unrealistic Standards The Photoshop Effect better-than-the-rest attitude unrealistic
sense of self
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