Negative Effect of Media to Woman
In the article, “The Burka and The Bikini” by Joan Jacobs and Jacquelyn Jackson, they mention not only media can insult some cultures by showing almost nude females in their advertisement and it could also put a huge impact on most of our women’s health in the society we live in. They use two totally different views of two different world of women as their main example. They assert that some women covered up for the sake and a respect for the culture of their country and on the other hand, looking good, getting thin, and showing more skin are others women patriotic means for theirs. They also say women take this issue so serious that they risk their lives to achieve of what they believe is the media’s perception of a perfect body. Some negative outcome includes disorders and a lot of stress to our women in the society. They conclude that it does not matter if a media promotes a person naked or well dressed but what media needs to think is how this will badly affect women because their well- being is what counts for our future generation. It is very convincing what Brumber and Jackson’s claim on how negative effect of media in our society especially to women’s health is becoming an epidemic. Media is trying to make this century only for those women with perfect bodies and it is one of the big factors why our wives, daughters, sisters and a lot more women in our society are at health risks. From reality TV shows, newspapers, ad advertisements, billboards, and TV commercials, mostly thin and big breasted women are the star and most popular. It could be that the head of the media is a man? Not necessary, because not all men have the same perception of what a perfect woman is. As a matter of fact, I talk to my friend Ryan Pitts, who is my work out partner and works for Amtrak and ask him, what is your perfect description of attractive woman? He answers “umm ok, a woman should look normal and natural. Oh definitely, they...
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