Date of Award
Master of Arts in Communication Studies
First Reader/Committee Chair
As previous communication scholars have noted, “In light of epidemic levels of self-objectification leading to a host of negative consequences for girls and women, intervention is crucial” (Kite, 2013, pg. III). The purpose of this MA project is to design and conduct a workshop to assist women in resisting self-objectification. The following literature review outlines the theoretical foundations for the project, as well as the most constructive interventions suggested by previous research. I will first review the literature on objectification and self-objectification, then examine the impacts of self-objectification on women. Next, I will discuss what the literature suggests as the most efficacious interventions to self-objectification and conclude with a detailed overview of my proposed workshop.
Winner-Bachus, Alexandra, "OVERCOMING SELF-OBJECTIFICATION THROUGH A MIND BODY AWARENESS PROGRAM" (2022). Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations. 1527.