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changes many girls undergo in order to create the perfect look for prom are known as “body work.” According to feminist research, girls undergo these physical changes and beauty rituals in order toStudent Answer:Fulfill gender stereotypesGain acceptance from peersWin approval for their physical appearanceCORRECT All of the abovePoints Received: 1 of 1Comments: 6. Question : Media representations of romance and sexuality:Points Received: 1 of 1Comments: 7. Question : As Sternheimer argues, sexuality in the media has ONLY been a concern that has developed in twenty-first century America.Points Received: 1 of 1Comments:
8. Question : Sternheimer (2010) notes that unlike the 2001 Kaiser Family Foundation study of sex on television, the 1999 British article “Talking Dirty: Children, Sexual Knowledge, and Television,” published in the journal Childhood found that:Points Received: 0 of 1Comments: 9. Question : All of the following are examples that Vickery (2009) provides of the various way(s) that discourses of femininity and heteronormativity are co-constituted for girls, EXCEPT:Student Answer:Femininity is defined by male standards of beauty and attractivenessCORRECT Single girls are perceived as more feminine than girls in relationships (Vickery discusses that single girls were perceived as LESS feminine by default in comparison with girls in relationships (because they failed to obtain a male partner))Girls view themselves as incomplete without a romantic male partner"Being single" is labeled as a problemPoints Received: 1 of 1Comments: 10. Question :
According to Nichole Zlatunich's 2009 article entitled, "Prom Dreams and Prom Reality: Girls Negotiating "Perfection" at the High School Prom," which of the following is true?Points Received: 1 of 1Comments: