Facebook Involvement, Objectified Body Consciousness, Body Shame, and Sexual Assertiveness in College Women and Men

@article{Manago2015FacebookIO,
  title={Facebook Involvement, Objectified Body Consciousness, Body Shame, and Sexual Assertiveness in College Women and Men},
  author={A. Manago and L. M. Ward and K. Lemm and Lauren A. Reed and Rita C. Seabrook},
  journal={Sex Roles},
  year={2015},
  volume={72},
  pages={1-14}
}
Given the heightened attention to visual impression management on social media websites, previous research has demonstrated an association between Facebook use and objectified body consciousness among adolescent girls and young women in various Western countries, including the U.S. (e.g., Meier and Gray 2013). The current study aimed to test whether both young women and men using social networking sites are vulnerable to objectified body consciousness, and to extend this line of research to… Expand

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