By Rachel M Calogero, Stacey Tantleff-Dunn, J Kevin Thompson
Sleek industrialized society chronically and pervasively objectifies the feminine physique, and lots of girls have come to view themselves in the course of the lens of an exterior observer, habitually tracking their very own visual appeal no matter if in public or inner most settings. Given the unwanted effects linked to self-objectificationsuch as physique disgrace, visual appeal nervousness, melancholy, and disordered eatingan empirically dependent method of studying and treating self-objectification is necessary. This e-book integrates fresh examine advancements and present scientific wisdom on self-objectification in ladies. utilizing Barbara L. Fredrickson and Tomi-Ann Roberts' objectification concept as a framework, the participants handle a variety of elements of the speculation, together with proof for and factors of self-objectification around the existence span, mental results, and linked psychological overall healthiness hazards. The e-book additionally discusses a number of scales for measuring self-objectification, in addition to methods to avoid and disrupt this phenomenon. With study from quite a few disciplinespsychology, sociology, anthropology, women's stories, and political sciencethis ebook may be learn by means of every person drawn to the overall healthiness of ladies.
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Self-Objectification in Women: Causes, Consequences, and Counteractions by Rachel M Calogero, Stacey Tantleff-Dunn, J Kevin Thompson