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In line with these perspectives, the current study also examines the influences that some preexisting characteristics such as the BMI index, self-esteem, and internationalizations of societal thin ideals have on body dissatisfaction and drive for thinness (see also Kim & Lennon, 2007; Tiggemann, 1994, 2003, 2006).
Adolescents at the onset of puberty are believed to be more sensitive to their physical appearance, particularly vulnerable to the thin-promoting message of thin ideals, and at risk of experiencing body dissatisfaction (Ashbach, 1994).
Attempting to demonstrate a causal relationship between television exposure and distortion of self-perceived body image, experimental research found that exposure to media containing ideal body images can influence viewers' mood and the level of body dissatisfaction (Heinberg & Thompson, 1995; Tiggemann & Slater, 2003), desire for a smaller figure (Harrison, 2003), and higher level of body size distortion (Meyers & Biocca, 1992).
What health professionals can do to identify and resolve patient dissatisfaction.
Consumer dissatisfaction may be defined as the result of the discrepancy between expected and realized performance or dissatisfaction with an attribute[2].
CCB has become a topic of increasing interest to consumer behaviourists[6], and the level of perceived satisfaction and dissatisfaction in the marketplace is presumed to influence subsequent attitudes, intensions and complaint behaviour[7].
Dissatisfaction is consistently associated with higher levels of labor turnover.
Dissatisfaction and opportunity to quit are always more closely related than are dissatisfaction and the act of quitting.
Although it was expected that voice response would be most frequent for grocery problems, in actuality automotive-repair dissatisfactions yield the highest use of voice (84 percent of respondents).
The test of hypothesis was limited to dissatisfactions resulting from grocery, automotive repair, and medical care problems.
The child's dissatisfaction with this response became her father's trigger factor.
It's the mental discipline and curiosity to examine every event to see if it contains a "dissatisfaction factor" and to ask how this dissatisfaction might be overcome.