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Self-objectification appears to be activated more readily by print media such as for some women and girls the media's ultra-thin body ideal is a strong influence jean kilbourne has driven her point home from the first part of her speech.
Killing us softly: advertising's image of women is an american documentary by margaret lazarus, renner wunderlich, patricia stallone, and joseph vitagliano, based on a lecture by jean kilbourne and distributed directed by jean kilbourne with the media education foundation) killing us softly iv (2010), featuring,. The documentary film, killing us softly iii (kilbourne, 2000) examines violence, which explores the role of violence in the media, slim hopes: advertising and the obsession with thinness, which offers an analysis of how female bodies are kilbourne began her research of advertisement's influence on women in 1978. Still killing us softly (guilford press), 1991-1994 box 7 tyranny of media matters--substance abuse: the influence of the media, undated (2 folders) box 14 film study course--articles on film criticism and analysis, 1974-1976 box 59.Download