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Title: Asian Americans and body image dissatisfaction: contributing factors for dissatisfaction and suggestions for how counselors can work with clients
Author: Mann, Gloria G.
Abstract: The Asian American population has increased almost ten percent in the past decade, marking the second highest growth rate of any racial group in the United States. Because of this increase, researchers need to be more informed about current issues that exist among this population, specifically within Asian American women and body satisfaction. This review seeks to explore the current research that exists on Asian American women and body satisfaction. Potential causes and explanations for why this population may deal with body satisfaction are then explored. These include historical causes, peer pressure, familial pressure, and media influence. The review then looks at methods counselors can use to effectively work with the Asian American women population. Finally, some recommendations for future studies are offered. Through this review, researchers and counselors can be better informed to work with the Asian American population.
Department: Educational Psychology
Subject: Asian American Body image dissatisfaction Counselors
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2152/ETD-UT-2010-05-1006
Date: 2010-05

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