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  1. 1. Trabajo Practico N°1. 1 qwertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnmqw ertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnmqwert yuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnmqwertyui opasdfghjklzxcvbnmqwertyuiopa sdfghjklzxcvbnmqwertyuiopasdf ghjklzxcvbnmqwertyuiopasdfghj klzxcvbnmqwertyuiopasdfghjklz xcvbnmqwertyuiopasdfghjklzxcv bnmqwertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbn mqwertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnmq wertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnmqwe rtyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnmqwerty uiopasdfghjklzxcvbnmqwertyuio pasdfghjklzxcvbnmqwertyuiopas dfghjklzxcvbnmqwertyuiopasdfg hjklzxcvbnmqwertyuiopasdfghjk Trabajo Practico 1 Informatica. 13/03/2014 Cecilia Calvo.
  2. 2. Trabajo Practico N°1. 2 Contenido TITULO 1. ................................................................................................................................3 Subtitle:...............................................................................................................................3 Negative Effects of Barbie. ....................................................................................................7 The Scary Reality.....................................................................................................................9
  3. 3. Trabajo Practico N°1. 3 TITULO 1. For more than 50 years women have been living under the idea of a perfect doll, which is beautiful and can do everything, known as Barbie. Us, women, had the idea of Barbie as a role model, as the perfect girl, with the beautiful body and beautiful face. But, what do we actually know about how it affects on girls and women self-esteem? Barbie has negative effects on girls, as it provokes an unrealistic expectation of our body. There are so many women that each day goes to the surgeon to get the “ideal Barbie-Doll body¨. It is estimated that girls have their first Barbie doll at the age of three. From that moment on their image of how a woman should look like starts to change. Each time a new Barbie gets introduced to the market, girls go crazy to buy the newest and most beautiful doll ever. Once they start growing up, they have the idea of a perfect body as how a Barbie is. If you ever had a Barbie, this would sound very familiar to you, we all woke up one day wishing to look like a doll. Subtitle: Although Barbie creation was not intended to have these consequences as mentioned before, it does. Once this doll was shown to the world as beautiful, soft, delicate, skinny, tall, feminine, maternal, and marvelous woman, woman gender roles completely changed. Nowadays, the ideal woman is based and compared on how Barbie looks like. But it´s not Barbie itself what sets feminine stereotype. Advertising has a lot of influence on this too, because it sells Barbie as the most beautiful woman around. As we can see in all Barbie TV commercials, there are beautiful young girls having a blast with this doll and showing all the great things she can do. Can you imagine what would the
  4. 4. Trabajo Practico N°1. 4 media be without those gorgeous runway models standing there to make a good impression to the audience? Barbie has set a standard for the media to show models that looks like this gorgeous and marvelous doll, provoking women to feel self-conscious of their bodies. Would the media show more realistically proportioned women if Barbie had never existed? It would change how the media began to market women and models. With the use of advertising, we can see clearly how they sell this beautiful doll image in order to get more incomes.
  5. 5. Trabajo Practico N°1. 5 DULCES CARNE Y PESCADO VERDURAS, PAN Y CARNE
  6. 6. Trabajo Practico N°1. 6 Agnes Angelina Elena
  7. 7. Trabajo Practico N°1. 7 Negative Effects of Barbie. All this stereotyping are set by people in society, who by seeing this beautiful and skinny doll get the conclusion that every girl in order to be beautiful should look like a doll. Well, that is actually impossible, given that Barbie proportions brought up to real life are unreal. According to a research made by Huff Post College, if Barbie were an actual woman, she would be 5'9" tall, have a 39" bust, an 18" waist, 33" hips, a size 3 shoe and would weight 110lbs. According to Boston University student K. Wysocki: "Barbie's neck is twice as long as the average human's which would make it impossible to hold up her head (...) Barbie's legs are 50% longer than her arms, whereas the average woman's legs are only 20% longer than her arms (…) If a woman had the same measurements as Barbie, she would not have enough body fat to menstruate (and obviously to have children)". This means that even if she existed, she would have so many problems, that wouldn’t make her as perfect as people picture her to be. Despite all these negative things, this doll also has positive aspects. She has so many careers, many of them are consisting to men, and so this encourages girls to go for what they want. Maybe if Barbie had a more realistic proportional body and seems to be less superficial, she may have a positive immediate effect on young girls and could provide a healthy body image and sense of female power. -Soy un hada; prometo concederles las tres primeras cosas que deseen; pero tengan cuidado: después de haber deseado tres cosas, no les concederé nada más.
  8. 8. Trabajo Practico N°1. 8 All these effects that Barbie’s brought are called Barbie Syndrome, which according to Wikipedia, is defined as: ¨the desire to have a physical appearance and lifestyle representative of the Barbie doll. It is most often associated with pre-teen and adolescent females but is applicable to any age group. A person with Barbie syndrome attempts to emulate the doll's physical appearance, even though the doll has unattainable body proportions¨. This is related to what advertising of Barbie and the set of a stereotype based on a Barbie can cause.
  9. 9. Trabajo Practico N°1. 9 The Scary Reality. Heidi Montag, an actress of the Mtv show The Hills, had the Barbie Syndrome. She just has 25 years old and already got into more than 10 surgeries with the idea to look like a doll. like a doll. She admitted to be addicted to the idea of a perfect body. The slogan ¨It´s all about Barbie¨ is shown in most of Barbie commercials, this reflects how Barbie use advertising as a way to get involved in people daily life, meaning as everything that surround us is about Barbie. This slogan affects on people, as we start relating everything to this doll. Considering everything said in this article, the solution for this trauma and influence caused by this doll, would be letting young girls know that it is just a doll, just a simple toy. And from the moment they just had their first Barbie, introduce to themselves the idea that they don’t have to be skinny, blond, blue eyes, etcetera to be beautiful. Barbie have to be a good influence on girls as a role model, not a bad influence. We can consider her jobs, her image of a powerful woman and as an image of someone who can do everything, but not as a physical role model. She should be remembered for her psychological gender role, nor her physical. It depends on each one of us to make this Barbie Syndrome stop. JUSTO ME LEVANTO CUANDO EL RUIDO HA CESADO. PIENSO SOBRE LAS COSAS QUE HAY QUE REALIZAR EL DÍA DE HOY. TAREA, DIBUJOS, CHECAR MAIL, CUMPLIR CON EL SERVICIO, UNA CITA CON LOS AMIGOS, LIMPIAR MI CUARTO, LEER, APRENDER UN PROGRAMA, DESAYUNAR, ESCRIBIR EN EL BLOG, BAÑARME, PINTAR, COMPRAR AEROSOLES… DE TODAS ESAS COSAS ESTOY SEGURO QUÉ HARÉ SÓLO UNAS CUANTAS POR OBLIGACIÓN Y OTRAS POR DIVERTIMENTO.
  10. 10. Trabajo Practico N°1. 10 1 2 3 𝑥 = −𝑏±√𝑏2−4𝑎𝑐 2𝑎 1 Tabla 10*10 2 foto 3 Ecuación matemáticas.
  11. 11. Trabajo Practico N°1. 11 Norma Jeane Mortenson (Los Ángeles, California, Estado s Unidos, 1 de junio de 1926 – ibídem, 5 de agosto de 1962), mejor conocida en el mundo artístico por su seudónimo Marilyn Monroe, fue una de las actrices estadounidense s de cine más populares del siglo XX considerada como un ícono pop y un símbolo sexual.1 En 1945, Mortenson empezó a trabajar como modelo y más tarde comenzó su carrera en Hollywood con el nombre artístico de Marilyn Monroe. Desde finales de la década de 1940, apareció en muchos pequeños papeles, gracias a un contrato con Twentieth Century-Fox; durante esa etapa se destacan sus participaciones en The Asphalt Jungle (1950) y All About Eve (1950). Su primer papel protagónico lo obtuvo en la cinta de 1952Don't Bother to Knock. Su período de mayor popularidad sucedió a partir del año siguiente, cuando encabezó filmes como Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953), How to Marry a Millionaire (1953) y The Seven Year Itch (1955). Tras matricularse en el Actor's Studio, fue alabada por la crítica por su labor en Bus Stop (1956). Simultáneamente, en colaboración con Milton Greene, fundó la Marilyn Monroe Productions.2 Su protagónico más elogiado fue el Sugar Kane para la película de 1939 Some Like it Hot (1959), por la que incluso ganó un Globo de Oro a la mejor actriz de comedia o musical.3 En sus últimos años actúo en películas como Let's Make Love (1960) y The Misfits (1960).
  12. 12. Trabajo Practico N°1. 12 Sources:  Barbie's Proportions On A Real Woman, “http://www.damnlol.com/barbies- proportions-on-a-real-woman-9266.html“ (last retrieved July 25th, 2013)  “The Negative Effects of Barbie on Young Girls an the Long Term Results“ http://www.divinecaroline.com/life-etc/negative-effects-barbie-young-girls- long-term-results (last retrieved in June 3rd, 2013)  The Scary Reality of a Real-Life Barbie Doll, “http://www.huffingtonpost.com/galia-slayen/the-scary-reality-of-a- re_b_845239.html “(last retrieved in June 3rd, 2013)  Wikipedia, “http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbie#Barbie_Syndrome“ (last retrieved in June 3rd, 2013)
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