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There is strong evidence that women who endorse the norms for body shape portrayed in the media and/or invested in appearance for self-evaluation are more vulnerable to experience body shame. “Smeets, Jansen, and Roefs (2011), demonstrated that teaching body dissatisfied women to attend to their own attractive body parts significantly increased their body satisfaction.” As selective attention for unattractive body parts is crucial in the development of body dissatisfaction, “developing new ways to think about your body and your self-worth is a good way to address a negative body image.”
‘Objectification’ is a design process that addresses the necessity to change and alter women’s perceptions of themselves. Reinforcing body image concerns and behaviours in response to sociocultural pressure by promoting women to reassess their bodies. In an attempt to increase women’s body image satisfaction through perception and potentially enhance self-esteem by encouraging women to capture themselves in a positive and dynamic way.