Research on Beauty and Self-esteem

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Running head:BEAUTY1Do Attractive Teens Don't Have More Self-Esteem Than Peers?Student NameInstitution
BEAUTY2ContentsIntroduction..........................................................................................................................3Counter Argument................................................................................................................4Conclusion...........................................................................................................................5Bibliography........................................................................................................................5
BEAUTY3IntroductionBeauty and Self-esteem are a piece of a cycle, an attractive individual gets more positiveconsideration and along these lines feels superior to the individual who looks less attractive.Since the esteem is kept within the sight of this individual, he will attempt to show up later. Anugly person will never receive any praise, never be promoted, and this will decrease theprobability of looking good.Do Attractive Teens and Adults Don't Have More Self-Esteem/Self-confidence ThanPeers? But what in case of attractive youngsters? It is broadly trusted that beauty and confidencego together, however, in reality, there cannot be a case for young people, as indicated by anexamination distributed in a Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. Around 230Photographs of 13 to 15-year-old were assessed for face attraction and contrasted with theirconfidence levels for a long time. They found that the teenagers who were evaluated as the mostattractive were lower levels of self-esteem compared to their less attractiveness. While theresearch was going on, it was founded that a wide number of self-esteem developed and turnedout to be more stable as adolescence changing quickly into adulthood, particularly for theindividuals who were having higher educations.[ CITATION Maf16 \l 16393 ]Society places too much value on appearances. There is no doubt that society used to gobehind the beauty rather than intelligence. There is a large part of the society where theindividual is giving a great deal to their physical appearance. While developing opinion againstsomeone, their physical appearance should be considered in the last. But it is unavoidable to stopsomeone judging someone by his/her appearance.[ CITATION Liv16 \l 16393 ]Are Women Dying to be Beautiful? Lots of women are worried about their appearanceand some of them are very beautiful, by watching all the women of the society some of them also
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