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    My name is Emily Huerta and I want to share my story. I don’t want to scare you guys, but I think it’s important to warn all of you about the consequences you can face if you fall into the lies media tells all of us about young women. Trust me; I’ve been through it myself. Wherever you go, you see ads. It’s crazy how many of those advertisements contain images of women. You see women half naked in food advertisement and in children’s commercials you see images of very skinny and pretty dolls. According to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders, 69% of girls in the 5th- 12th grades reported that magazine pictures influenced their idea of a perfect body shape. I used to let myself fall into the lie that a women should look just like one of these dolls. I wasn't the prettiest nor was I as skinny as these dolls shown on television and because I wasn't pretty nor as skinny as these dolls I grew up very insecure about everything about…

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    expected to accept this when there is nothing supporting it fully and wholeheartedly? It is a fact that a girl named Valeria Lukyanova, who went all out to achieve Barbie’s proportions (HumanBarbie.org). Prager simply stated her beliefs and tried to pass them off as facts expecting her audience to take her word on the matter. The last sentence of the third paragraph asks, “Could this account for the popularity of breast implant surgery?” (Prager 1). Instead of gathering the facts and showing…

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    airbrushed covers leave readers feeling inadequate as they compare themselves to the photos (“Society”). Four out of five ten year olds are scared of being fat; forty two percent of first to third graders wish they were thinner; and fifty percent of nine to ten year olds claim they feel better about themselves while dieting (“Epidemic”). The final influence on eating disorders is toys such as Barbies which show unrealistic versions of how women are portrayed, showing impossible measurements and…

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    “Barbie doll”, published in 1971, both authors aim to send the same message to those effected by these expectations.…

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    The Reasons Why I Can’t Wear Shorts to School - The Sexualization of the Female Body In Society In March of 1959, the company Mattel introduced the Barbie doll to the public. Their initial goal was to create a doll for every little girl out there to play with and identify with. The girls who grew up playing with a Barbie,myself included, eventually admired and sieved to be like Barbie, for all the wrong reasons. It wasn’t the numerous professions or house she had, it…

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    campaign, selling the “Oops-I-Did-It-Again” doll. I feel that we have a great product here, and am honored that I was your first choice to sell this revolutionary toy. In this email, I will layout my ad campaign proposal to you using statistically successful techniques, along with analyses explaining why each technique will work to sell our product. I hope you are as excited about what this doll can do for our company as I am! First, we will sell the “Oops-I-Did-It-Again” doll using the Mere…

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    looking-like-me and looking-unlike-me experiences, through toys and games. In this particular article, Ann Ducille critiques the past and present ways in which Mattel presents race and gender through the iconic Barbie doll. Barbie could be seen as a female representation of personal and financial independence, and professional success. She has been a World Cup soccer champion, an astronaut, a doctor, and even a head of state. Yet, she is an utterly distorted physical representation of a…

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    drastically. A certain doll always comes to mind when the topic of body image is brought up, she is none other than the infamous Barbie doll. With Barbie's long blonde hair, blue eyes, long legs, unrealistic slim waist, pointed feet made only for the hottest stilettos, and a chest some may say was man made, any girl would be jealous. Many parents question the intentions of this doll, some believe that it’s just a toy only to be use for make believe, not tear down their daughters self-esteem,…

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    United States Department of ART AND SCIENCE The Pencil of Castilian Silhouette Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao Spain All copyrights reserved, USA STORY BOOK: The Pencil of Castilian Silhouette Characters: Mrs. Tulip Pineapple, Castilian Silhouette, Art, Melody, Camellia and Jolly Location: Bilbao, Spain and New York, NY Preface This elegant children manuscript is a non-fiction concept and true short story about a mother and daughter, who decide to travel to the Guggenheim Museum to research…

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    Ship of dolls Author is Shirley Parenteau, this is a true story of the 1926 exchange of Friendship between the United States and Japan before World War II, the project was begun by Dr. Sidney Gulick that he urged American children sent over twelve thousand dolls to Japan. Lexie is heroine, she is eleven years old, her mother sent her to live with her grandparents in Portland, because her mother has remarried and is working in a nightclub, her lifestyle is unsuitable for raising children. Lexie…

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