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Published on July 9, 2007

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GENERAL STUDIES PRESENTATION:  GENERAL STUDIES PRESENTATION Question: Does the Media Put Pressure on Body Image? Ellen Beardsworth, Charlotte Garside, Heather Healy, Amy Pearson, and Alison Smith Slide2:  Barbie’s Vital Statistics!:  Barbie’s Vital Statistics! Slide4:  Slide5:  Slide6:  Cosmetic Surgery Procedures Available:  Abdominal lipectomy Reduces a bulky tummy Autologous Fat transfer Transfers fat to an area where it is needed Arm lift (Brachial lipectomy) Reduces flabby upper arms Botox Injection Reduces wrinkles Restylane, Hylaform, Perlane and Artecol Injections to fill creases Breast augmentation Increases breast size Breast reduction Reduces breast size Breast uplift (Mastopexy) Lifts droopy breasts Brow lift Removes forehead creases Dermabrasion Removes minor skin blemishes and creases Cheek implants Augments the cheekbones Facelift Rejuvenates the face Facelift andamp; Quadrilateral Blepharoplasty Combines facelift with eyelid surgery Quadrilateral blepharoplasty Removes baggy skin from above the eyes, and lower eye bags Upper blepharoplasty Removes baggy skin from above the eyes Lower blepharoplasty Removes lower eye bags Lip reduction upper or lower Slims bulky lips Otoplasty Corrects ears that stick out Augmentation mentoplasty Chin increase Reduction mentoplasty Chin reduction Laryngeal reduction Reduces a prominent Adam’s apple Medial thigh lift Corrects excess skin on the inner thighs Rhinoplasty Changes the shape and size of the nose Lip increase (cheiloplasty) Makes the lips bigger and increases the pout Softform Implant to lips Aids definition and fullness Suction Lipectomy Removes specific areas of fat Procedures Available Hollywood’s Most-Requested Looks:  Body Britney Spears Will Smith Eyes Heather Graham Brad Pitt Nose Heather Locklear Edward Burns Lips Denise Richards Benicio Del Toro Chin Cate Blanchett Russell Crowe Cheeks Halle Berry Dylan McDermott Jaw line Cate Blanchett Johnny Deep Hair Jennifer Anniston Tom Cruise Hollywood’s Most-Requested Looks Plastic Surgery Gone Wrong!:  Plastic Surgery Gone Wrong! Michael Jackson Leslie Ash Amanda Lepore Pete Burns The Cost of Going Under the Knife:  The Cost of Going Under the Knife Breast Enlargement Breast Reduction Ear Pinning Eyelid Surgery (lower lids) Eyelid Surgery (upper and lower lids) Eyelid Surgery (upper lids) Face-Lift Liposuction Nose Reshaping Tummy Tuck £3,400 - £5,000 £3,700 - £5,500 £1,600 - £2,700 £1,900 - £2,600 £2,850 - £3,600 £1,550 - £2,550 £4,200 - £5,800 £2,000 - £4,450 £3,000 - £4,000 £3,800 - £5,200 Slide11:  Pressures On Celebrities The Before…:  Geri Halliwell Victoria Beckham Calista Flockhart Portia De Rossi The Before… The Effect of the Media…:  The Effect of the Media… Geri Halliwell Victoria Beckham Calista Flockhart Portia de Rossi Recovery…:  Recovery… Geri Halliwell Victoria Beckham Calista Flockhart Rene Zellweger:  Rene Zellweger Sophie Dahl Slide16:   Jennifer Aniston  Natasha Hamilton DANIELLA WESTBROOK:  DANIELLA WESTBROOK Daniella flew to fame at a young age, she grew up in the eyes of the press with no guidance of how to adjust from Eastenders. She was labelled a party animal and felt she had to live up to this reputation, the result? An expensive addiction to cocaine, being axed and replaced by the soap, and a loss of her septum, the middle of her nose. She has had cosmetic surgery to rebuild her nose, although drugs have made a permanent disfigurement to her face. The media in this situation had a positive effect, the negative publicity that Daniella received due to the national outcry lead to a dip in the sales of cocaine Mel C answers to ‘Beefy Spice’:  Mel C answers to ‘Beefy Spice’ Mel C has launched a torrent of angry condemnation at critics who have drawn attention to the fact that she has recently gained weight, claiming that they are adopting an irresponsible position. Pictured in British newspapers at the weekend wearing a bikini and looking slightly bigger than usual, Mel was labelled 'Beefy Spice'. She responded by hitting out at the writers of the reports in UK tabloid The Daily Star, claiming they were sending the wrong message to impressionable young girls. 'A lot of young people are screwed up about their weight and end up getting wound up about whether they are too fat or too thin when they really don't need to,' she said. 'This sort of thing is so irresponsible. It can have a lasting effect on people, especially when they are at an impressionable age.' Slide19:  Eating Disorders Slide20:  Every family doctor in Britain is treating at least two patients suffering from anorexia, where the sufferer eats virtually nothing; and on average, 18 patients with bulimia A new study by charity ChildLine reveals that last year around 1,000 children and young people suffering from anorexia or bulimia called its helpline - the youngest of them was eight. Slide21:  Only 25% of young women were happy with their weight 20% of young women diet either all or most of the time 55% think men rate looks as the most attractive thing in a woman: only 1% said intelligence 22% of young women admit to staying at home because they didn’t think they looked good 61% feel inadequate compared to the media’s image of beautiful women 91% felt it was bad that the media always portray so-called perfect women 89% wanted more average sized models used in magazines 63% wanted fewer dieting features Slide22:  90% 75% People diagnosed and undiagnosed with an eating disorder in the UK is an astounding 1.15million :  People diagnosed and undiagnosed with an eating disorder in the UK is an astounding 1.15million Slide24:  The Sheer Blonde Girls These girls appear on many adverts on TV and are the same age as us, this promotes an image that we should conform to. Slide25:  74% 11% 0% Slide26:  Pressures On Men Slide27:  Although distorted body image has widely been known to affect women and girls there is growing awareness regarding the pressure on men and boys to appear muscular Slide28:  Researchers are concerned on how this impacts men, and have seen an alarming increase in obsessive weight training and use of steroids Slide29:  The majority of teenagers with eating disorders belongs to girls with 90% but experts believe the numbers of boys with eating disorders are increasing Slide30:  Studies have found that boys, like girls, turn to smoking to help them loose weight. Boys who worked out everyday in order to loose weight were twice as likely to experiment with tobacco Slide31:  THE END

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