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    Why Are Skinny Models Bad

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    When you hear about models in our society you hear generally the following. That they are extremely thin most likely due to eating disorders. They have to be relatively tall. But most of all they have to be beautiful. The big question is how does society determine what the perfect body type is? Is being that skinny worth possibly losing your life? The story “Everyone Knows Her: The Unattainable Ideal” talks about how advertisers print out pictures of models that you can tell are extremely unhealthy compared to people that are average. How skinny models are, many people are unable to reach that goal unless they starve themselves. According to the story “When the models themselves were famous, designers would gladly alter a dress to fit the girl. But when the models are…

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    Lisette Model is a key figure in the history of photography, both for her unique style and her work as a teacher. Lisette Model was a modernist photographer and is widely known for her portraiture style photography of people on the street. Model saw her camera as a way to detect and expose the reality of her subjects. She would carefully frame and crop her photos, but never retouched them. We now live in a world of Photoshop where you can manipulate images. As for Model, she captured the world…

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    As a person grows up, it is really helpful to have a paragon to look up to. Countless adults today accomplished huge success in their lives with the help of others. Those who have assisted the successors can be classified as mentors, models, ideal individuals, etc. These individuals labeled as “perfect examples” are major help in order to keep a consecutive attitude in not giving up for future success. These perfect examples are classified as role models for their past experiences, impacts, and…

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    What Are Bad Role Models

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    Role models can be viewed in many different aspects, its just dependent upon the individual. A role model can be literally anyone or anything. Some people may look at their favorite sports athlete or the president of the United States as an example. Other individuals may even say people like a deranged serial killer like Charles Manson or evil fictional characters like The Joker or The Green Goblin are their models of aspiration. Like these people, I also have two entities that I look up to…

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    Polivy and Roth’s (2003) normative model attempts to explain how social factors influence food intake, specifically focusing on social facilitation, modeling, and impression-management. Models are incredibly helpful within scientific research as they allow for scientists to compile current data and propose frameworks to explain various behaviors. However, some models lack comprehensive explanations and require additional modification in order to accurately describe the potential causes of…

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    A role model can be defined as “a person whose behavior, example, or success is or can be emulated by others, especially by younger people” (Collins English Dictionary). In my eyes, I believe being a role model is the job for the parents or other influential people that spend time with children and teenagers such as teachers or coaches. Unfortunately, some parents cannot accept the duty of being a role model for their children. In today’s society, the sport professionals are considered the role…

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    Role models are the people who shape us. They give us inspiration and lead us through tough times. Role models can be people who have overcame great pain or people who are always positive. No matter who your role model is someone you feel you relate to. To most people musicians inconsequential if not a bad inspiration. For me Paramore's hayley williams is a person that i really look up to. Hayley is one of the most positive celebrities that i know. She's not afraid to be herself no matter what…

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    he too can be just like the Red Ranger (Jason). He has somebody to look up to. Role models back in the day have changed dramatically compared to the role models in the present day. These people do not just model their entire life for you, but they control what you say and how you act. Most people normally look up to celebrities as role models, especially the youth because they are known for what they do. They believe that if they imitate these famous people, as a result, they will become…

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    The Ideal Model

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    IV: Rebuttals to my Characterisation of Reclamation In the above, I have created a model to represent to sociological phenomena of the reclamation of slurs. I have given an example how we can see this mechanism at work with respect to the word queer. Though this provides evidence in support of my thesis the question arises as to what measure should be used to more so test the effectiveness of the model. What should be considered and how can my thesis best be supported? The model which I have…

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    MODE Model

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    Attitudes vary from strong to weak, confident to unsettled, extreme to mild, and they are as diverse as the behavior they influence. Social scientific research has aimed at tackling the age-old questions of how and when attitudes influence behavior. What kinds of attitudes influence judgment and behavior most? Under what circumstances do attitude-behavior correspondence occur most often? What processes and pathways do attitudes follow to influence behavior? The MODE ((Motivation and Opportunity…

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