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Feminism and Body Image

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Abstract

Body image is defined as one’s perception of, affective reaction to, and cognitive appraisal of one’s body. It has become evident that the process of developing a body image as well as the nature of these perceptions and appraisals are marked by considerable gender differences. In addition, the consequences of negative body image seem to differ for men and women. More specifically, in the United States and in a variety of other countries (e.g., Grogan, 1999;Luo, Parish, & Laumann, 2005), women are more likely to be interested in obtaining a thin body while men are more interested in obtaining a muscular body.

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Body Image Anorexia Nervosa Eating Disorder Sexual Harassment Body Dissatisfaction 
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  1. 1.Women’s and Gender StudiesUSA
  2. 2.Kenyon CollegeUSA

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