Impact of ‘Ideal Models’ Being Portrayed by Media on Young Females

@article{Jalees2009ImpactO,
  title={Impact of ‘Ideal Models’ Being Portrayed by Media on Young Females},
  author={Tariq Jalees and Hira Majid},
  journal={Paradigm},
  year={2009},
  volume={13},
  pages={11 - 19}
}
The objective of this study is to identify and select the variables relating to the impact of idealized female models on females, to develop a relationship of the identified variables, to test the developed relationships based on local perception of the females, and to ascertain whether the behaviour and response of the local females are similar to what have been found in western literature. Hypothesis one referred there was a relationship between females that compare themselves with the media… 

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