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This study focuses on the impact of race, and its intersection with gender, in influencing and/or preventing the development of disordered body image. Specifically, Black samples are examined to see the role that racial identity plays in the process of developing such attitudes. Using qualitative data analysis methods rooted in grounded theory, the study finds that race is intrinsically linked to the notion of self-esteem, non-internalization, and maternal support, and that in turn these factors serve to prevent the African American sample from the development of body image dissatisfaction
African-American, Adolescents, Body Image, and Racial Identity
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Schlebusch, G., & Thobedi, M. (2004). Outcomes-Based Education in the English Second Language Classroom in South Africa. The Qualitative Report, 9(1), 35-48. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2004.1936
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