Partially in saying that, women mostly feel the need to make themselves look good because they themselves see them only being attracted to the good looking guys and the only way they think of trying to do this, is by using their looks as a part of attracting the opposite gender. Society automatically assumes most girls will all have the same type of attributes. They’re expected to be nice, attractive, mature, emotional, and not too aggressive. Women are automatically judged the second they are seen by the public. If women were to step out of their own determined “role” they’re then automatically considered as outcasts by society.
But as you get older, it will start affecting our self concept, self esteem and self image because we will start caring about being part of the group. Being a teenager, if you’re not part of a group or not fitting in, it will deeply affect the way we think ourselves like we might think we are not good enough and might make us fall into depression since you think you are an outcast. Being an adult, we will start not to care what other people think about us because we have more self esteem than any other age so you don’t really mind about being judged. When you get to the old age, some people might take it the hard way because of the fact that they are ageing. It might make them feel less confident about themselves and might fall into depression or even just stay inside the house and not go out.
I do agree with Drevno in this article. It seems like everybody is trying to look like the ideal figure, but as we all know the majority is not ideal so we try to become that attractive figure that we think everybody wants. Drevno says in her article “Everywhere you look you will find images of women and men who typify what our society considers “beautiful”(P.2). What that quote means is that “unreal” beauty is all around us because our world believes that that is the true meaning of beauty when according to Drevno it is not. A friend of mine named Moe, was in a sense overweight and he didn’t like it because of what other people thought about it.
Therefore I believe the commercial did win in some aspect. This ad made a few assumptions. The first one is that all women will think the lead character is attractive. If the women do not find him attractive, then they would not want Shur 2 their man to be like him. Another assumption is that the women’s men do not look like the lead actor.
The model would have that perfect body that the female race would consider “the dream body” The celebrity tend to have clothing on in the beginning of the commercial but seconds later end up only having pants and even tower on. The voice of the celebrity would defiantly be so called dreamy and relaxing. The male model keeps his eyes directly at the viewer, which gives off the feeling that the well-shaped, good looking model/celebrity is speaking to the viewer directly. Replace the good looking character with a not so great body male character with a squeaky voice than the commercial would not do well with catching the attention of little or no female viewer. The male character is the one of the main reason why the commercials are so successful.
Connie was overwhelmed in the fact that she was very good looking and attractive. The majority of girls wish to be noticed, however, for Connie that was the one and only thing she possessed. She based her aspects on her look exclusively, neglecting the important factors of her personality like lack of confidence, two sides of her and her change with the arrival of her friend. Connie’s lack of confidence regarding her own sense of worth also shows her low self-esteem. In relation to this, low self-esteem is described as a conviction that we are less significant or less valuable than other individuals around us.
Another pet peeve of mine is high class “acting” people. People that walk around with their nose in the air like their better than everybody, but in reality their not. They don’t look any better than the average person, they don’t dress better and they don’t have any more money than the next guy. They’re just your typical person. My final pet peeve is people that stare.
I think that in front of people espacially those who doesn’t know me I will be just judged about things I say because obviously they don’t know my personality and what I am really thinking about so I usually try to speak in a way that allows to people to have a good impression about my character espacially in first contacts and meetings. 6-As a group they tend to be highly individualistic; moderate in context; low in power ,rank , and status; and high in masculinity. For me working alone is much better than in groups .I feel more confortable I can be more creative and innovative , no body will judge my choice or ask me why I made a such decision. I don’t prefer share my ideas with others .I think that is better that everybody is responsible about his thoughts.Therefore while I get obliged to work in groups my effort will decrease and it doesn’t matter for me to just accept others ideas . 7-As a group African Americans are active, expressive , colorful, emotional, often humorous, more nonverbal, distinctive,stylized, open, demonstrative,and possses a positive outlook on life.
In times of kings and queens people would speak of leaders to prideful that they can not see past the truth they do not realize their own corruption. Pride can be many people’s downfall, and it also can be peoples push to the top. Like Oedipus, he showed so much hubris that eventually leads him to his fall. Being prideful was considered a bad thing that showed weakness and over-confidence. Now the meaning of the word twisted, pride is now good trait having pride means one is confident in what they have done and are proud of it.
A low score female on the measurement implies that the prevailing esteems in the public arena are tending to others and personal satisfaction. A Feminine society is one where personal satisfaction is the indication of achievement and emerging from the group isn't splendid. The basic issue here is the thing that spurs individuals, needing to be the best or preferring what you do. At 95, Japan is a standout amongst the most Masculine social orders on the planet. Be that as it may, in mix with their mellow cooperation, you don't see confident and aggressive individual practices which we regularly connect with Masculine culture.