This site is very powerful. People post her picture in this social media when they make a change. We can see that people want to motivate people. For me, it is very interesting because we can see that people want to people watch her and they want to have attentive.
This article talking about how youth are often living their lives in full view of an online audience. Young people are really affected by social media, they have a good feeling when they have ‘likes’ on photos, posts or comments in the virtual world. A study conducted by Florida State University and published by the International Journal of Eating Disorders found that a group of women who were asked to browse Facebook for 20 minutes experienced greater body dissatisfaction than those who spent 20 minutes researching rainforest cats online.For young people who have a tendency towards perfectionism, anxiety or disordered eating, the images of thin girls or women they see online can lead them to equate slimness with happiness. Validation of their own photos from other social media users may falsely fulfill their need for acceptance further distorting their body image. Johanna Kandel, founder of The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness learn to parents how to talk to her children about social media. They tell many questions like: How does it feel when someone approves of your picture? Why does it feel important to stay connected to your friends online? This source very details and is very interesting. It talking about the subject with many aspects. They don't base with one idea but to different part. I really agree with this type of article because is so true. I see me in a part who talking about like in the photo. So I know now that I an affected about social media.
This caricature video explains to us in another sense the importance of body image for man. They tell us that social networks lead us into a paranoia. Will tells us well that it is a body image. They tell us that the stars also affect us a lot on our body image. Example: If we are going to see one of our actors prefer to start a training, we will ask ourselves questions too. I think this auditory explanation is very nice, it explains us well with images and sentences. I do not agree too much with this video compared to their opinion. I think everyone has a different perception of the world is that these, not an image or comment that will affect us.
Kelsey Hibberd is a student who was very affected about body image. When she was in primary school everyone started pointing at him, noticing things. She became increasingly conscious of even tiny things such as the shape of her eyebrows and size of her forehead. Now, at 20, Kelsey is running a mentoring programme called Loud Education, which goes into schools to talk to pupils and train teachers on how to deal with body confidence issues. It also provides advice on any lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues pupils might have. As a result, she is well aware of the power of social media. Teenagers can have thousands of "friends" online and that can leave them exposed, she says. "You put forward your best self, and that can be a bit dangerous because you naturally compare yourself to others," she says. The MPs' report said pressure to look good had pushed up cosmetic surgery rates by nearly 20% since 2008. MP Caroline Nokes was a member of the parliamentary group which, along with a number of charities, businesses and public bodies, is launching a campaign to change attitudes to body image, called Be Real: Body Confidence for Everyone. They talk also about Dr. Phillippa Diedrichs, senior research fellow at the University of West of England's Centre for Appearance Research, says research backs up the link between social media and body image concerns. For me, the article is important because they talk about a student who had this problem. So it is very important to show an example. I think this problem had affected most people. I hope people who change their minds.