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Teen Media Presentation

Teen Media Presentation



This is a presentation which addresses the impact the media can have on an individuals self-esteem and body image.

This is a presentation which addresses the impact the media can have on an individuals self-esteem and body image.



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    • Self-Esteem, Body Image and the Media Presented by: Tiffany Gunderson Miss North Metro 2009
    • What do you see in the Media?
      • Who do we see in the media?
      • What do they look like?
      • What messages are being sent?
      • What types of products are being sold in the media?
    • The Facts
      • • A 1996 study found that the amount of time an adolescent watches television, movies and music videos is associated with their degree of body dissatisfaction and desire to be thin.
      • 69% of girls in 5th-12th grade reported that magazine pictures influenced their idea of a perfect body shape
      • The body type portrayed in advertising as the “ideal” female body is possessed naturally by only 5% of American females
      • The average female model weighs 23% less than the average woman
      • 80% of women are dissatisfied with their appearance
      • In a Dove survey, only 3% of women classified themselves as beautiful
    • Elie Tahari Fashion Show in LA
    • Body Size Over the Years
      • 1700
    • Body Size Over the Years
      • 1800
    • Body Size Over the Years
      • 1950s
    • Body Size Over the Years
      • 1960s
    • Body Size Over the Years
      • 2000
    • Body Size Over the Years
      • Today
    • The Facts
      • 25% of men and 45% of women are on a diet on any given day
      • 35% of "normal dieters" progress to pathological dieting. Of those, 25% will progress to partial or full syndrome eating disorders
      • 40% of newly identified cases of anorexia are in individuals ages 15-19 years old
      • According to the National Eating Disorders Association, the number of men with eating disorders has been growing for the last 10 years, with approximately 1 million men currently suffering from serious eating disorders and tens of millions more who have some form of eating disorders.
      • Researchers are seeing more and more obsessive weight training and use of steroids and dietary supplements
    • Men and the Media E-online, who has better six pack?
    • Men in the Media
      • Jersey Shore’s “The Situation”
    • Airbrushing in the Media
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5neQO5aS_Mc
    • Airbrushing in the Media
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DS6vyTTTfgc
    • How would you describe this woman?
    • How would you describe this woman?
    • Airbrushing in the Media
    • Airbrushed Photos
    • Airbrushing
    • Airbrushed Photos
    • Airbrushing
    • Airbrushing
    • Airbrushing
    • In the Media, Perception is not Reality
      • Extremely Thin/Muscular Models
      • Hair & Makeup
      • Clothes
      • Lens & Lighting
      • Selective Posing
      • Airbrushing
    • Unattainable Beauty
      • Why?
    • Become Media Literate
      • By becoming media literate, you can help protect your self-esteem and body image
        • Knowledge is Power!
        • Awareness is Key!
    • Disordered Eating
      • 10 million women and 1 million men in the U.S. struggle with eating disorders
      • However, 1 in 4 individuals struggle with disordered eating habits…
    • Disordered Eating
      • What do disordered eating habits look like?
        • Skipping meals
        • Obsessively counting calories
        • Eliminating entire food groups from your diet
        • Filling up only on low-calorie or diet foods
        • Making excuses for not eating socially
        • Excessive overeating or undereating
        • Exercising excessively to make up for eating
        • Binging and purging after eating
    • Help for Eating Disorders
      • The Emily Program
      • The Melrose Institute
    • Healthy is Beautiful
      • Eat Right
      • Exercise
      • Hydrate
      • Rest
    • Celebrate our Differences
      • It’s those unique characteristics in each of us, that make us beautiful in our own way.
    • Follow the Golden Rule
      • Treat each other with respect
      • Surround yourself with positive people
      • True friends will accept you, for you
    • Treat Yourself with Respect!
      • Trash the negativity
    • Control your Destiny
      • You are in control…
      • “ You cannot control what happens to you, but you can control your attitude towards what happens to you”
    • Don’t forget about Inner Beauty
      • "A person is only beautiful, when their own beauty, is reflecting on to others." - Tara Grady