Our Photoshopping Disorder

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SUMMARY REQUIREMENTS:


Write a paragraph (five to ten sentences each) of summary of EACH of the two essays:


ONLY summarize the material and do NOT give a personal opinion or express agreement or disagreement. That will come later in your paragraph at the end.


In the opening sentence of each summary paragraph, indicate the author and title of the essay and indicate the MAIN POINT of the essay: what that writer is trying to prove, essentially, that writer's thesis or main observation. This is required and MUST be in the opening sentence.  Do NOT use the phrase “talks about” since that is vague and does not convey a main idea.  


In the body of the paragraph (at least three sentences), summarize the essay by identifying its main points. Include at least one BRIEF quotation, preferably introduced with a running acknowledgement (aka running attribution) using the author's last name. After the quote you will have to include the page number in a parenthetical/internal citation. For the closing sentence, make a final observation concerning the "whole" effect of the essay.  


Open by identifying the author’s main idea.  Make strong, clear statements. 



Include (on a new page--insert, break, page break) a paragraph of personal response (five to ten sentences).


For the personal response paragraph, you will need to make a personal observation/response to each essay, indicating if you agree or disagree and WHY. If you think the author's argument is flawed or the author is not doing a good job, explain why. If you agree, explain why. This paragraph needs to be at least five sentences long.

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SUMMARY REQUIREMENTS: ▪ Write a paragraph (five to ten sentences each) of summary of EACH of the two essays: ▪ ONLY summarize the material and do NOT give a personal opinion or express agreement or disagreement. That will come later in your paragraph at the end. ▪ In the opening sentence of each summary paragraph, indicate the author and title of the essay and indicate the MAIN POINT of the essay: what that writer is trying to prove, essentially, that writer's thesis or main observation. This is required and MUST be in the opening sentence. Do NOT use the phrase “talks about” since that is vague and does not convey a main idea. ▪ In the body of the paragraph (at least three sentences), summarize the essay by identifying its main points. Include at least one BRIEF quotation, preferably introduced with a running acknowledgement (aka running attribution) using the author's last name. After the quote you will have to include the page number in a parenthetical/internal citation. For the closing sentence, make a final observation concerning the "whole" effect of the essay. ▪ Open by identifying the author’s main idea. Make strong, clear statements. ▪ Include (on a new page--insert, break, page break) a paragraph of personal response (five to ten sentences). o For the personal response paragraph, you will need to make a personal observation/response to each essay, indicating if you agree or disagree and WHY. If you think the author's argument is flawed or the author is not doing a good job, explain why. If you agree, explain why. This paragraph needs to be at least five sentences long. ESSAY #1: ESSAY 2: ...
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Our Photoshopping Disorder
According to Erin Cunningham in his article “Our Photoshopping Disorder”, the use of
altered images in advertising affects physical, mental and emotional health and well-being of
consumers. According to Matlins in an op-ed on the Huffington post titled “why beauty ads
should be legislated.” He called for integration from the Federal Trade Commission to regulate
and eventually prevent deceptive images in advertisements, highlighting the relationship between
these unattainable media expectations and a portfolio of health issues- including “emotional,
mental and physical”(Page 216). On 27th March 2014 an official bill, H.R. 4341: Truth in
Advertising Act of 2014 was introduced to the Congress whose main aim was to direct the
Federal Trade Commission to submit to the Congress a report on the use of altered images in
advertising and other media, develop strategies to reduce their use and researching the links
between unrealistic body expectations and emotional, mental and physical health issues. The bill
further directed the Federal Trade Commission to...

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