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Child beauty Pageants


Samantha Goveas

on 7 December 2012

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Transcript of Child beauty Pageants

Question: Are child beauty pageants morally wrong? Child Beauty Pageants Majority ---> YES Negative psychological effects Sigmund Freud Child beauty pageants encourage children to seek future plastic surgery. 1. Religious and Social Stigmas Negative sexual attention Child beauty pageants are associated with a number of Martina M. Cartwright Psychologist Sigmund Freud's states that a person's development is determined by events in early childhood. Pageants lead to the desire of being perfect Cultural critic and educational psychologist Henry, states that, "Winthin the myth of innocence, children are often portrayed as inhabiting a world that is magical, and utterly protected from the harshness of adult life. " Child beauty pageants worsen pedophilia
France may ban child beauty pageants forever Minority ---> NO negative psychological effects social and religious stigmas negative sexual attention , and . THESIS - Presents scientific research based on the future outomes of child beauty pageants in the novel, "Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry." - According to her 2006 statistics, forty percent of children who have participated in the pageant have psychological problems and sixty percent of children are unhappy during the competition. - In a 2007 psychological study, Martina concluded that eleven women who had earlier participated in a beauty pageant were more dissatisfied with their bodies compared to women who had not participated. Is self-worth determined by physical beauty only ?! Psychoanalysis Theory First Perfectionism A psychological disorder which is characterized by an individual who strives for flawnlessness and sets unrealistic goals for themself. Examples include : Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia S
d Henry A. Giroux Irving Janis Psychologist Irving Janis's term is the tendency of cohesive groups to get increasingly out of touch with reality. "groupthink" In conlusion, child beauty pageants are morally wrong as they are associated with negative psychologial effects, religious and social stigmas, and negative sexual attention.
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