How the Media Affects Youth Body Image. This is example of how youth think about their body image and color too. nearly 60% of teenagers spend an average of 20 hours per week in front of television and computer screens and a little over 30% spend closer to 40 hours per week.It’s obvious that not everyone is as lucky as I was to have had a person in a position of power to listen and make the necessary changes in order to create a more inclusive environment. In my opinion, body image is important when we meet people who you don't know and meet for the first time. But i believe the mind is more important than body image. So we need to take care all of these outlook and inside of you.
The world has two different types of people where one group cares about body image and the other group doesn't care about their body image. but for me, i'm thinking about my body image don't care. because the mind is more important than body image.
The body image is mental representation. we create of what we think we look like it may or may not bear close relations to how other actually see us.
it talks about how social media portrays other people by their body image. Some people feels uncomfortable with their body image, this makes it easier for them to get bullied. People to question their looks and lose confidence in themselves. but what about the role social media plays in moulding attitudes to the way we look?