Category Archives: P/ilovenas

Visual Rewrite–ilovenas

At the beginning of the video is a clip of a beautiful white home with a round red door. Leading up to the home is a brick walk way. The lawn is freshly cut and a perfect rich shade of … Continue reading

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Annotated Bibliography–ilovenas

  Ross, Carolyn C. “Why Do Women Hate Their Bodies?” World of Psychology. PsychCentral, 2 June 2012. Web. 09 Dec. 2015. Background: This link sends you to an article that addresses the evolution of the ideal body of a women. In … Continue reading

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Research Position–ilovenas

From Vogue Magazine, Sports Illustrated to Fitness Magazines, the media captures what they define as beauty or attractive. It’s no secret people tend to idolize these people who are shown in the media. We’ve all been there, seen someone attractive … Continue reading

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Self Reflective Statement–ilovenas

Core Value I. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. I’d be lying if I said throughout the semester I used interactive practices help … Continue reading

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Rebuttal–ilovenas

More Common, Not More Important It is likely that some may argue that Body image has affected women to a higher extent than men. Lets take it back in history, in the early 1900’s to mid 1950’s America was more … Continue reading

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Causal Argument–ilovenas

Body image issues in males can be more psychologically and mentally damaging than women for a couple of reasons. As included before, many men turn to steroids in hopes to gain more muscle. One big side effect of these drugs … Continue reading

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