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Copy of Beauty TOK

Tok Beauty
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on 17 September 2013

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Beauty in media is defined as something beautiful and flawless
If something does not fit in this paradigm then it cannot be beautiful.
Knowledge issue:
How does media affect perception, reason and emotion to the point that we have
The materials included in this presentation are included under the fair use exemption of the U.S. Copyright Law, are prepared according to the educational multimedia fair use guidelines, and are restricted from further use.
Knowledge is the wisdom that we have gained through education, experiences and time.
deduced our view of beauty and therefore will only conserve and publicize it?
Within nature, beauty is a value, it is not a perception
It is an emotion and an affection of our appreciation of nature.
It is natural for humans to have a sense to determine what is beautiful but the sense changed by day-to-day.
We all are affected by our society, our culture and we have different opinions towards nature.
Analysis
When we see these pictures how do we feel? What is the emotion drawn from these pictures? How do we know that the emotion was not influenced by the media?
How can we use reason to deduce whether the picture of Nebraska is beautiful??
We all deem nature as beautiful. What we do not truly see is that what we see beautiful in nature is what the media has planted in our minds. With this we tend to only conserve and advertise those places that the media has made us deem beautiful.
How can we know whether we can trust perception in nature? How do we know what we perceive is beautiful in nature is not what the media has reflected upon us? If the media does not influence us in the way we perceive beauty in nature then why do we not see the picture previously shown of Nebraska not seen as beautiful?
Viewer Discretion Is Advised
A New Standard of American Beauty
“Dance Flick.” YouTube. Google. 10 August 2011. Web. 31 April 2013.
How Has Exotica Impacted Our Societies View On Beauty?
Essential Question
Sub- Essential Questions
1. What Is The Common American Standard of Beauty?

2. What Is Exotic Beauty?

3. How Has The Infiltration of Exotic Beauty Standards Enhanced Common Perceptions?
Key Term For Essential Question
Exotica- a fit or hot girl of non local appearance. Typically Asian, Latin, or of mixed race.
urbandictionary.com
What Is The Common American
Standard of Beauty?
1. Sub-Essential Question
Key Terms For First
Sub-Essential Question
Beauty- something inside the "beholders" eyes

American- legal resident of the United States; not really a nationality sine everyone same here from somewhere else.

Common- something that is desirable or good
urbandictionary.com
Allure Magazine Survey
2,000 people surveyed
Caporimo, Alison. "What's Beautiful Now: The Allure American Beauty Survey." Allure Magazine: The Beauty Expert: Allure.com. Conde Nast Digital 2011. Web. 31 Apr. 2013.
73% of women prefer a curvier body
Confidence of African- Americans
Brunettes found more trustworthy and intelligent
Attributes found attractive, Face, body type, breast, smile, and butt
Ideal Figure For Americans
http://neovictorianvoyage.blogspot.com/2012/07/defining-your-personal-style.html
Timeline Of The Ideal Look In History
The Roaring 20's
Bind their chest
Looser dresses
Bolder Makeup: pale skin thin eyebrows
Short hair
http://youreatulle.blogspot.com/2011/10/inspired-by-era-1920s.html
The Hollywood Golden Age:1930's to 1950's
Clothing more appealing to curves
Padded bra
Healthier image
Girl next door look
http://www.doctormacro.com/movie%20star%20pages/Hayworth,%20Rita-Annex.htm
1950's: Step Towards Conservatism
Hourglass shape
Curls
Class
Peaches and Cream
Loss of the feminist era
http://sensibility.com/vintageimages/1950s/
The Hippie Era: 1960's
Hem lines got shorter
Rail thin
Pixie cuts
Emphasis on the eyes
Flower child
http://catsconnect.wordpress.com/2012/02/21/1960s-pop-culture/
The 70's= HAIR
Micro mini
Farrah Fawcett hair
Beach look
Thin
http://allthingsd.com/20090626/farrah-fawcett-also-remembered-on-the-web/
Material Girls of The 80's
Eating disorders
Neon, Spandex
Hairspray= ozone
Makeup
Eyebrows
http://whenwitcheswrite.blogspot.com/2012/06/beauty-tricks-my-mother-taught-me.html
90's= Mixture of The Ages
Thin
"Grunge" look
Crop tops
"Rachel" cut
http://sielevorbesc.blogspot.com/2012/07/1990s-fashion-trends-music-madness.html
The New Millennium To Present Day
?
Andrea. “A Timeline Of Sexy Defined Through The Ages.” StyleCaster Inc. 2013. Web. 31 April 2013.
What Is The Common American Standard Of Beauty?
Conclusion
Thin
Hourglass
Diverse
Can not be defined
It is time for parents to teach young people early on that in diversity there is beauty and their is strength. - Maya Angelou
Angelou, Maya. “Quotes About Diversity.” Goodreads Inc. 2013. Web. 31 April 2013.
http://diversity.uno.edu/
What Is
Exotic
Beauty?
2. Sub-Essential Question
Exotic Beauty In America
Key Term For Second
Sub-Essential Question
Exotic Beauty- term usually applied to a woman who is regarded as beautiful,
despite the fact that her looks
are not typical of those considered
to be beautiful in the speaker's
culture.
The Melting Pot Effect
Immigrant culture, minority groups and different languages, metaphorically speaking makes the U.S. a “melting pot.”

An influx of Hispanics, Asians, Europeans, and African Americans

Multiculturalism

U.S.A. proudly considers itself the land of equal opportunity
Sahni, Suveen. “Multiculturalism: The Melting Pot Effect.” Modern American History 2013. Web. 31 April 2013.
Schoolhouse Rock. “Great American Melting Pot.” YouTube. Google. 27 August 2008. Web. 31 April 2013.
http://geography.middlebury.edu/applications/GEOG0420/Spring09/leahb/Vis1.html
Exotic Beauty In America... Continued
Full lips

Voluptuous figures

Darker features
African, Latin, Asian "In"
Examples
http://blog.zap2it.com/pop2it/2011/02/grammys-2011-miranda-lambert-janelle-monae-bring-the-red-carpet-sparkle.html
http://realtalkmomma.com/love-love-love/with-anissa/attachment/angelina_jolie_2-1920x1080/
Membis, Liane. "Is Ethnic Beauty The New "It" Factor." Cable News Network 2013. 13 Sept. 2010. Web. 31 Apr. 2013.
Exotic Beauty In America..Continued..
Change in icons

Over the past decade, an appreciation for ethnic beauty has been on the rise, and these natural features are becoming popular among Caucasian women who desire to look more "exotic."- Dr. Nancy Etcoff, a Harvard Medical School psychologist
Membis, Liane. "Is Ethnic Beauty The New "It" Factor." Cable News Network 2013. 13 Sept. 2010. Web. 31 Apr. 2013.
Conclusion
What is
Exotic
Beauty?
Look not locally common

Seen heavily in media

From people with heavily influential ethnicity
3. Sub-Essential Question
How Has The Infiltration Of Exotic Beauty Standards Enhanced Common Perceptions?
Into The Age Of Knowledge
http://www.lorealparisusa.com/en/Brands/Makeup/True-Match.aspx?cid=lorus_rm_Google_Makeup+B+True+Match_True+Match&gclid=CK-62NCNgLcCFcdU4AodLn0ACQ
The Evolution of The Barbie
1959
http://sooofabulous.com/2009/03/09/barbies-50ththe-celebration-continues/
2009
2002 Exotic Beauty
http://www.barbiecollector.com/shop/doll/exotic-beauty-barbie-doll-b0149
http://beautydollydoll.blogspot.com/2011/01/story-time.html
"Our standards of beauty are changing and ethnic women are at the forefront today." - Dr. Nancy Etcoff
Membis, Liane. "Is Ethnic Beauty The New "It" Factor." Cable News Network 2013. 13 Sept. 2010. Web. 31 Apr. 2013.
Evolution Of The Barbie Part II
Mrs. Cox AP Art Teacher
Key Terms For Third
Sub-Essential Question
Perceptions- orientation of your internal state of mind

Common- something that is desirable or good

Infiltration- a process in which individuals (or small groups) penetrate an area
urbandictionary.com
Lorealparisnyc. “Find Your True Match With Beyoncé.” Youtube. Google. 13 January 2012. Web. 31 April 2013.
Q: Is this new diverse form of beauty really beneficial to the interests of girls both nationally and globally?
A: Yes, definitely now women can embrace what they have naturally. It has helped cause an end to the "Barbie Doll Phase"
(Barbie Doll Phase- taller than average, long thin legs, blonde hair blue eyes, and overall very thin frame)
Q: Will this diverse trend affect non-ethnic people?
A: Yes, years ago it was the white population that dominated everything from pop culture to politics and now this isn't the case. They have a real competition.
Q: When do you think ethnic beauty features started to become more of a trend?
A: Probably around the later 90's and up until now.
Cox, Chelle. Personal Interview. 30 April 2013.
The First Company To Focus on Diverse Faces..
The Study In Allure Magazine: A Change in American Beauty

69 percent no longer the “all-American” look
85 percent believe that increased diversity in this country has changed what people consider beautiful.
64 percent of all our respondents think women of mixed race represent the epitome of beauty,
70 percent believe they might well be attracted to those who aren’t of their own race or ethnicity.
46 percent of all women (especially white women) find fair hair beautiful
70 percent reported that they wanted it to be darker (women).



“The regal, elegantly varnished blonde has been effectively dethroned. Not demolished, mind you–she still has access to a pedestal; it’s just not hers exclusively, and it’s come down a few inches.”
Caporimo, Alison. "What's Beautiful Now: The Allure American Beauty Survey." Allure Magazine: The Beauty Expert: Allure.com. Conde Nast Digital 2011. Web. 31 Apr. 2013.
Increase Of Appearance Enhancements
http://www.admireplasticsurgery.com/plastic-surgery-news/594
The Emergence Of The Padded Bottom
Get Booty Pop. “Booty Pop Panties - The Today Show with Kathie Lee and Hoda - Jay Leno Can't Get Enough of Booty Pop.” YouTube. Google. 11 June 2010. Web. 31 April 2013.
Conclusion
How Has The Infiltration Of Exotic Beauty Standards Enhanced Common Perceptions?
emulates our growing sense of cultural awareness
Between the years of 2000 and 2008, the mixed-race U.S. population grew by nearly 32 percent to nearly 5 million, -US census bureau estimates.
no one wants to just look like the quintessential American girl
Membis, Liane. "Is Ethnic Beauty The New "It" Factor." Cable News Network 2013. 13 Sept. 2010. Web. 31 Apr. 2013.
Essential Question
How Has Exotica Impacted Our Societies View On Beauty?
Sub-Essential Questions
1. What Is The Common American Standard of Beauty?

2. What Is Exotic Beauty?

3. How Has The Infiltration of Exotic Beauty Standards Enhanced Common Perceptions?
Works Cited
Andrea. “A Timeline Of Sexy Defined Through The Ages.” StyleCaster Inc. 2013. Web. 31 April 2013.
Angelou, Maya. “Quotes About Diversity.” Goodreads Inc. 2013. Web. 31 April 2013.
“Black And White People Date From Other Races.” Oxygen Media 2013. 2 April 2013. Web. 31 April 2013.
Caporimo, Alison. "What's Beautiful Now: The Allure American Beauty Survey." Allure Magazine: The Beauty Expert: Allure.com. Conde Nast Digital 2011. Web. 31 Apr. 2013.
Cox, Chelle. Personal Interview. 30 April 2013.
“Dance Flick.” YouTube. Google. 10 August 2011. Web. 31 April 2013.
Get Booty Pop. “Booty Pop Panties - The Today Show with Kathie Lee and Hoda - Jay Leno Can't Get Enough of Booty Pop.” YouTube. Google. 11 June 2010. Web. 31 April 2013. Lorealparisnyc. “Find Your True Match With Beyoncé.” Youtube. Google. 13 January 2012. Web. 31 April 2013.
Membis, Liane. "Is Ethnic Beauty The New "It" Factor." Cable News Network 2013. 13 Sept. 2010. Web. 31 Apr. 2013.
Sahni, Suveen. “Multiculturalism: The Melting Pot Effect.” Modern American History 2013. Web. 31 April 2013.
Schoolhouse Rock. “Great American Melting Pot.” YouTube. Google. 27 August 2008. Web. 31 April 2013.
Smith, Rachel E. “Urban Dictionary: Youth Slanguage and the Redefining of Definition.” English Today 2013. Web. 31 April 2013.
“Black And White People Date From Other Races.” Oxygen Media 2013. 2 April 2013. Web. 31 April 2013.
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