Com wk 3 check. - Behind the Headlines Does the media fuel eating disorders(2010 GP 21 Retrieved August 12 2011 from Gale Power Search via Gale

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Behind the Headlines: Does the media fuel eating disorders?. (2010). GP, 21. Retrieved August 12, 2011, from Gale Power Search via Gale: The article says that the media plays a part in people developing an eating disorder. However, it is also biological and genetics that contributes to it as well the media shows what the perfect women should look like. It talks about how the media shouldn’t use underweight models all the time but should use a more diverse group of women Phillips, K. (2010). Media offers unrealistic standards of beauty. The Herald . Retrieved from http://www.asuherald.com/2.11410/media-offers-unrealistic-standards-of-beauty-1 . 2293868 This is an article from Arkansas State University, The Herald that is talking about how the media shows women with the perfect waistline and curves and it makes other women want that too. These women will do what they have to make themselves look that way like
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2011 for the course ACCT 231 taught by Professor Shan during the Spring '10 term at Allen University.

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