Moters savo kūno suvokimas kaip socializacijos rizikos veiksnys

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Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Moters savo kūno suvokimas kaip socializacijos rizikos veiksnys
Alternative Title:
Representation of woman's body in press as socialization risk factor
In the Journal:
Acta paedagogica Vilnensia . 2009, t. 23, p. 92-103
Notes:
LDB Open.
Keywords:
LT
Žiniasklaida; Socializacija; Moters kūno įvaizdis; Kūno suvokimas; Internalizuotas kūno idealas
EN
Mass media; Socialization; Image of woman’s body; Perception of body; Internalized body ideal
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje, remiantis 15–16 metų merginų apklausos ir skaitomiausių žurnalų vaizdo analize, aptariamas spausdintinės žiniasklaidos poveikis merginų socializacijos procesui. Analizuojamas spaudoje kuriamas idealus moters kūno vaizdinys ir šio vaizdinio įtaka merginų savo kūno suvokimams bei vertinimams. Kuriamo idealaus kūno vaizdinio įtaka atsiskleidžia per merginų internalizuotą moters kūno idealą, kuris išryškėja lyginant objektyvius merginų kūno masės matmenis ir subjektyvius kūno suvokimus bei vertinimus ir stebint jų neatitikimus. Subjektyviai kūnas suvokiamas esąs didesnių apimčių nei yra iš tikrųjų, o tai lemia nepasitenkinimą ir siekimą suliesėti. [Iš leidinio]

ENMass media represents social expectations for personal behavior and creates models and images to follow. The ideal image of the woman’s body and the impact of this image on adolescent girls’ perception of their own bodies has been analized in this paper. According to the theory of self-evaluation the perception of one’s own body depends on three interacting images: publicly demonstrated body ideal, objective evaluation of one’s own body and internalized body ideal. The publicly demonstrated body ideal has been revealed by analyzing women’s body images presented in pictures of most popular among adlencent girls’ magazines. Adolescent girls’ survey has helped to reveal objective mesures of girls’ bodies (body weight idex), and girls’ subjective perceptions of their own bodies Most of the analyzed pictures contained images fitting with anorexia nervosa body types. The survey revealed inconsistencies between objective body mesures and subjective body perceptions. Adolescents tended to percieve their bodies having bigger sizes then they realy were. Small body weight index girls tended to stay slim, or become even slimmer, and normal body weight index girls tended to become slimmer. It can be asumed that disatisfaction with bodies is provoked by internalized ideal of a very slim woman’s body. One third of girls admitted that their opinions towards their own bodies were negatively changing while observing slim models in magazines. The ideal of women’s body presented in magazines can be assumed as a risk factor for eating disorders in the process of socialization. [From the publication]

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1392-5016, 1648-665X
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2018-12-20 23:23:41
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