Why Do Women Have Low Self Esteem

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1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background Seldom to listen women will appreciate they have a pretty face. Conversely, women always focus on the defects. “My eyes are not big enough.” “My face is not white enough.” Even they are pretty in strangers’ views. Women have low self-image of their bodies. They did not satisfy with their bodies and their appearance. 1.2 Aims and Objectives This essay aims to investigate why women have low self-esteem in the modern societies. The objectives of the study are to find out the reasons why women have lower self-esteem and what implications of the low self-esteem women would have on society and the impact on their development, family and working performance. 1.3 Definition By dictionary definition, self-esteem…show more content…
Face should be white and clean, no wrinkles, cannot have a little freckles, dark circles; even dyed hair, it must shiny satin, best hair waist; figure was waist long legs, from the ankle to the knee, arm from the wrist to be slender, so have abnormally thin body has a C cup.. They started to put much effort to keep their body image look good. Media also affect the view point of themselves. Women want to be thinnest. Overweight is seen as physically unattractive and it is negative. So women have unattractive face will have lower self-esteem. Women self-esteem is according to others’ comments and views. They feel satisfaction when others appreciated and said they are pretty or they looked slim or they have good body image. Top models or every idol at TV programmes are look pretty and have long legs and slim. Perfect and ideal face is no defects on their face. In modern city, we can see many treatment center promote they can keep “fit”, but “thin” actually. Many women put much effort on improving their body shape so that they look more self-efficacy. However, it is not healthy and happy when they try to change their actual body. Women liked to compare with others, so they really concern about the comment of other people (J.A. McMullin, J. Cairney, 2004). Women self-efficacy is related to the others feelings. They are more passive on their role. That is the social structure and value of women, they have lost their self. They just follow the social norm by changing themselves to be a social ideal
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