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HOW THE MEDIA PROMOTES AN UNREALISTIC BODY IMAGE FOR TEENS 

With technology expanding rapidly, teens are becoming inundated with advertisements, news stories, and social posts, many containing unrealistic body images. What used to be limited to television and magazines is now right at everyone’s fingertips with a simple swipe or push of a button. The Media Uses Deceptive Photo Techniques While airbrushing a photo used to be considered a form of art, with updated photo software technologies available, anyone can touch up a photo to make the subject appear thinner or more perfect than they really are. The Media Associates Beauty with Thinness How often does the television show a commercial with a slender, beautiful woman surrounded by friends, smiling, and running into the sunset with her prince charming? This is no coincidence that all of these ads show the perfectly happy ending. The point of an advertisement is to sell a product or service, and


the best way to do that is by showing the actor using or wearing it and then showing how great their life is.

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HOW THE MEDIA PROMOTES AN UNREALISTIC BODY IMAGE FOR TEENS  

With technology expanding rapidly, teens are becoming inundated with advertisements, news stories, and social posts, many containing unreali...

HOW THE MEDIA PROMOTES AN UNREALISTIC BODY IMAGE FOR TEENS  

With technology expanding rapidly, teens are becoming inundated with advertisements, news stories, and social posts, many containing unreali...

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