Survey - Neither ” is an option Does this thin perfect...

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Sara Beg Are you male or female? Are you familiar with the term “size zero”? (If not, what do you think it means or refers to?) Runway models these days are too skinny: agree or disagree? How often do you see average or plus-sized models on billboards, T.V., or magazines? Always Often Sometimes Rarely Never How often do you see thinner models on billboards, T.V., or magazines? Always Often Sometimes Rarely Never Which of the two appears healthier? (“ Neither ” is an option.) Which is more attractive, in your opinion? (Again, “
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Unformatted text preview: Neither ” is an option.) Does this thin, perfect ideal lead to eating disorders and negative body image? Why or why not? Dove’s campaign for beauty features only average or plus-sized women in its ads, ignoring women who are naturally thin enough to be considered “size zero.” Is this discriminatory? Why or why not? Agree or disagree: society is too obsessed with the idea of one ideal body, ignoring the diversity of body types. What is the best solution?...
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This note was uploaded on 09/11/2011 for the course ENC 1102 taught by Professor Blasdel during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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