Impact of media on body satisfaction among undergraduate students
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Media exposure increase men's concern about muscularity (Botta, 2003; Hatoum, & Belle, 2004)
-The increase of media consumption has also increased the internalization of the thin-ideal (Miller & Halberstadt, 2005; Tiggemann, 2003).
, Recent study disagree with the fact that men do not suffer from body dissatisfaction. Because the media illustrate the male body image with muscularity affect the males to feel dissatisfied with their body. ,
greater exposure to media leads them to have higher level of body dissatisfaction. Women develop rigid dietary behavior that lead to eating disorder. , Social comparison shows that the exposure to media images activates negative effects Tiggermann & Slater (2003).
It also suggested that when women fail to match the ideal body image will lead them to have body dissatisfaction (Tantleff-Dunn &Gokee, 2002, cited in Vonderen,Kinnally,2012). ,
media portrays the ideal body to be extremely thin which affect women., social comparison theory noted that people often find standards to which they can compare themselves and Mass media had portrayed the body size of women to be extremely thin (Park ,2005). The unrealistic societal ideals in the mass media can affects men and women.), introduction (background , statement of problem, research objectives and research questions) and methods (data analysis, sample/data source and procedure)