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7/15/11 Click to edit Master subtitle style The Beauty and The Beast La Bella y La Bestia Created by: Jenni Lord Misti Ennis Clare Campa Stacy Blakley Celeste
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7/15/11 Madrid Fashion Week
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7/15/11 Objetivo Analyze the media’s depiction of the ideal body shape/size of a woman, then observe the “real-world” Spanish woman and determine how they are affected by such depictions. Media includes: Magazines Billboards In-store displays
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7/15/11 imagen de cuerpo y publicidad Body Image and Advertising.
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7/15/11 Análisis Contento Billboards (H&M, bus stops, Corte Ingles, Zara, Oysho, outdoor displays) Magazines (Elle, TELVA, Cosmopolit an, Marie Claire, Woman) In-Store Displays (posters) Total Messages 50 143 16 Thin 50 49 16 Revealing clothes 31 52 7 Body 17 37 5
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7/15/11 Investigación Evidence from studies in the fields of eating disorders, media psychology, and mass communication indicates that media are an extremely important source of information and reinforcement in relation to the nature of the thin beauty ideal, its importance, and how to obtain it. Evidence is accumulating that repeated exposure to media to be thin constitute risk factors for body dissatisfaction, concerns over weight and disordered
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7/15/11 desórdenes alimenticios Eating Disorders.
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This note was uploaded on 07/13/2011 for the course MCOM 4000 taught by Professor Kentwilkinson during the Summer '11 term at Texas Tech.

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