Promotion of Unrealistic Body Types in Media and Its Influence on Men's and Women's Self-Esteem
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"This is an essay with a strong introduction that includes a well thought out thesis statement. You provided a substantial amount of evidence to support your position that is cited properly. There are areas in your essay in which the information does not seem to be presented in a logical order. You have a section with the heading of introduction within the body of the paper, when only the text at the very beginning should be consider as an introduction. Also, it is unclear if the goal of your paper is to focus on the unfairness to all genders and ages or to focus on how there is not enough research conducted about how this affects men. For you to end a literature review with the phrase, "...like all other articles reviewed." seems awkward. A literature review is a place for you to document all articles you reviewed one way or another. There is inconsistent formatting of your citations with some appearing as MLA citations and others appearing as APA. There are a minor number of grammar, sentence structure, and spacing issues throughout. Depending on the citation style you are using, quotes that are four lines or more should be in block style. Your essay is also lacking a conclusion that summarizes all of the main points in the essay and reiterates the goal of the paper. "
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