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Coun Forbes had said previously: "Although I understand that there is no recognition of objections on moral grounds, I would still wish to place on record my personal views that such objectification of women is not welcome in the city.
A direct follow-up to Luna's 2013 session on objectification of girls is session 3356 "Digital Media & Youth: Beware, Be Wary, Be There
Maria was also interested in looking at the objectification and exploitation of women in film after reading the "pivotal writings" of British feminist film theorist Laura Mulvey.
The Reseau quebecois d'action pour la sante des femmes [1] has focused a huge amount of work on the topic of this sexualization of girls in Canada--raising sexual objectification in its analysis of the fashion industry and its effect on body image [2].
On "Norma Kamali Presents: Hey Baby," the acclaimed designer combats objectification of women
Empowerment and objectification jostle uneasily in this conflation of sexuality and speed--as in, say, Barbarella, it appears that objectification is the price a woman pays for her liberty, her untetheredness from earthbound banality.
This can be looked upon as the origin of the process of objectification whereby humans stand apart from external reality, learn about it, and make it their own.
This last allows Freeland to examine the issue of objectification in portraits and to arrive at a typology for personal subjectification that addresses how artists depict persons as subjects, based on an inversion of Nussbaum's types of 'personal objectification':
Under the framework of Objectification Theory (Fredrickson & Roberts, 1997), the present study examines the effect of different reasons for exercise on subsequent self-objectification.
This signature exhibition elegantly summarizes how tourism's roots led to a franchise of consumerism, objectification, bigotry and neocolonialist venturism.
The underlying dynamic of the capitalist labour process is not market commodification per se; rather, it is labour objectification.
While some decided to dress 'subversively' in an act of rebellion, others dismissed their objectification to use their 'beauty' or bodies for feminist motivations, but utilised their brains, their creativity, art, writings, etc, to resist the undertakings of a brutal theocracy, a stringent patriarchal set up/agenda or a dogmatic extremist, gender apartheid.