Fashion Models and Women's Body Image: Differences in Perceived Media Effects Between Black and Whites
Ohio State University, 1998 - 116 pages
Abstract: The purpose of this thesis was to understand how women differentiate between body image influences of the media on self and others using the third-person effect. The study focused on the perceived effect of fashion models on college-age women.
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