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Recognizing Images of Eating Disorders in Social Media

Robert Pless, Rebecca Begtrup, Lulwah Alkulaib, Samsara N. Counts, James Harnett, Justine-Louise Manning, Hong Xuan, David A. Broniatowski
2017 American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium  
Eating disorders (ED) are pervasive and do not discriminate based on race, religion, gender, or SES.  ...  Concurrent with the rise of social media, individuals with ED have created communities 1 in which they support one another in the dangerous pursuit of this illness' elusive goal: to be "thin enough".  ...  concept results suggest that it is feasible to automatically detect social media sources with triggering material, informing the creation of tools that can assist clinicians and family members to improve  ... 
dblp:conf/amia/PlessBACHMXB17 fatcat:rcyc7sopgjczdkvighazily3qu

Introduction to Body Meets Mind: Eating Disorders and Body Image—A Twenty-First Century Perspective

F. Diane Barth, Holly Starkman
2016 Clinical social work journal  
This special issue of the Clinical Social Work Journal looks at problems in eating and body image from a twenty first century perspective.  ...  Our clinical lens now includes advances in technology and specifically social media, which have exponentially increased the cultural domain for body image scrutiny and concomitant body shame.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10615-016-0578-1 fatcat:2nyqzv6qizcf7mzwlgrj4z4uza

The Simulacra Effect: The Effect of Media Simulations on Eating Disorder Symptomology in Gay Men

Kevin C. Taylor, Wind Goodfriend
2008 Journal of Homosexuality  
Implications of the importance of identifying with media images are discussed. KEYWORDS. Eating disorders, body dissatisfaction, media influence, male homosexuals Kevin C.  ...  In the late 1970s, researchers recognized that the comorbidity rate for homosexuality in men and disordered eating constituted a significant relationship (Prytula, 108 JOURNAL OF HOMOSEXUALITY Wellford  ... 
doi:10.1080/00918360802129352 pmid:18928047 fatcat:ddnbl2flh5gk5h7uzovzxapzbi

Increase in body dysmorphia and eating disorders among adolescents due to social media

Bahisht Rizwan, Manahil Zaki, Sumaiya Javaid, Zara Jabeen, Minahil Mehmood, Mahesayam Riaz, Laiba Maqbool, Hamda Omar
2022 Pakistan BioMedical Journal  
media in body dysmorphia it is revealed that social media can highly influence various types of eating disorders like anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorders.  ...  In this review, analysis of the studies pertaining to the role of social media in body dissatisfaction eventually leading to body dysmorphia and eating disorders was conducted.Objective:The aim was to  ...  The contribution deal in the development of body image concerns that can of social media to body dissatisfaction, eating lead to eating disorders and body dysmorphia.  ... 
doi:10.54393/pbmj.v5i3.205 fatcat:dbyeh4uqxngivkyrnnng23mggq

Adolescent Peer Influence on Eating Behaviors via Social Media: Scoping Review

Alicia Chung, Dorice Vieira, Tiffany Donley, Nicholas Tan, Girardin Jean-Louis, Kathleen Kiely Gouley, Azizi Seixas
2021 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
Adolescent peer influence in social media environments spans the spectrum of healthy eating (ie, pathological) to eating disorders (ie, nonpathological).  ...  Our scoping review aimed to elucidate the ways in which social media use among adolescent peers influences eating behaviors.  ...  Conflicts of Interest None declared.  ... 
doi:10.2196/19697 pmid:34081018 pmcid:PMC8212626 fatcat:cbzljzp5nrcp5dvsvn25vow6vm

A Psychosocial Exploration of Body Dissatisfaction: A Narrative Review With a Focus on India During COVID-19

Kanika K. Ahuja, Debanjan Banerjee
2021 Frontiers in Global Women's Health  
At the same time, a reduction in physical activity, an increase of social media consumption, and an increase in fitness tutorials during the lockdown have contributed to body image issues.  ...  It also highlights the development of body image concerns in India, one of the worst-hit countries in the pandemic, through liberalization, importing Western notions of body instrumentality, demographic  ...  The role of media literacy in body dissatisfaction and disordered eating: a systematic review. Body Image.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fgwh.2021.669013 pmid:34816220 pmcid:PMC8593986 fatcat:opti536bdfagvl6nustc3wtebi

Do Individuals with Eating Disorders See Their Own External and/or Internal Beauty? [chapter]

Martha Peaslee Levine
2021 Beauty - Cosmetic Science, Cultural Issues and Creative Developments  
It has been well documented that individuals struggling with eating disorders don't have clear perceptions of their own bodies. Yet they overly rely on their body image as their sense of self.  ...  Even the criteria of certain eating disorders recognize that individuals are strongly affected by their body weight and shape, which is often seen through a distorted lens.  ...  Another chapter in this text, Blossoming for Whom? Social Approval and Body Image, looks at the role of social acceptance and body image disturbances in individuals struggling with eating disorders.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.97508 fatcat:k6caxrofizbobbyw5xtcqirww4

#foodie: Implications of interacting with social media for memory

Jordan Zimmerman, Sarah Brown-Schmidt
2020 Cognitive Research  
In two experiments, we examined how the act of commenting on social media images impacts subsequent memory of those images, using Instagram posts as a test case.  ...  A second motivation for the study was the popularity of food- and dieting-related content on Instagram and prior findings that use of Instagram in particular is associated with disordered eating behaviors  ...  Funding Preparation of the manuscript was supported in part by National Science Foundation grants BCS 15-56700 and BCS 19-21492 to SBS.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s41235-020-00216-7 pmid:32300903 pmcid:PMC7162997 fatcat:uky6yzxyxbg3jjxfip7vc2azi4

The mass marketing of disordered eating and Eating Disorders: The social psychology of women, thinness and culture

Sharlene Hesse-Biber, Patricia Leavy, Courtney E. Quinn, Julia Zoino
2006 Women's Studies: International Forum  
Synopsis Contrasting the pervasive belief that Eating Disorders are primarily psychiatric in nature, we contend that they are also symptomatic of a social problem.  ...  Eating Disorders and disorderly eating are also culturally-induced diseases promoted partly by economic and social institutions that profit from the "cult of thinness" promoted by the mass media.  ...  The effectiveness and impact of commercialized messages on women's body image and the development of disordered eating and Eating Disorders recognize that within sociocultural models of disordered eating  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.wsif.2006.03.007 fatcat:mvc4o7mnvnc53d6qwkhui2ejz4

Beyond the hashtag: Circumventing content moderation on social media

Ysabel Gerrard
2018 New Media & Society  
Using pro-eating disorder (pro-ED) communities as a case study, this paper explores the practices of circumventing hashtag moderation in online pro-ED communities.  ...  themselves as 'pro-ED', and (3) platforms' recommendation systems recirculate pro-ED content, revealing the limitations of hashtag logics in social media content moderation.  ...  about eating disorders and social media.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461444818776611 fatcat:qo7olnw3t5bypplq3d7k4mmkq4

Mass Media and Self-Esteem, Body Image, and Eating Disorder Tendencies

Jung-Hwan Kim, Sharron J. Lennon
2007 Clothing & Textiles Research Journal  
This study examines whether the level of exposure to mass media is related to self-esteem, body image, and eating disorder tendencies in a nonexperimental setting based on Festinger's social comparison  ...  In addition, risk of eating disorder tendencies was associated with (a) low self-esteem, (b) body dissatisfaction, and (c) overall appearance dissatisfaction.  ...  The purpose of this research is, first, to examine relationships of media exposure to (a) self-esteem, (b) body image, and (c) eating disorder tendencies based on Festinger's (1954) social comparison  ... 
doi:10.1177/0887302x06296873 fatcat:idairzgjjrb2pescgyo4bodnz4

Social Media, Thin-Ideal, Body Dissatisfaction and Disordered Eating Attitudes: An Exploratory Analysis

Aparicio-Martinez, Perea-Moreno, Martinez-Jimenez, Redel-Macías, Pagliari, Vaquero-Abellan
2019 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The results showed that disordered eating attitudes were linked to self-esteem (p < 0.001), body image (p < 0.001), body desired to achieve (p < 0.001), the use of social media (p < 0.001) and prenatal  ...  Disordered eating attitudes are rapidly increasing, especially among young women in their twenties.  ...  Acknowledgments: We would also like to thank of UCO Social Innova Project Galileo IV from the institution of OTRI of the University of Cordoba, Spain and the funding provided from "IDEP/Escuela de Doctorado  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph16214177 pmid:31671857 pmcid:PMC6861923 fatcat:vpum6nj7tbdevkmhdfnjtbgljm

The Relationship Between Body Image Concerns, Eating Disorders and Internet Use, Part I: A Review of Empirical Support

Rachel F. Rodgers, Tiffany Melioli
2015 Adolescent Research Review  
The use of Internet, and particularly appearance-focused social media, is associated with heightened body image and eating concerns.  ...  The objective of the present study was, therefore, to review the literature examining the relationship between the use of Internet and social media and body image and eating concerns, and summarize the  ...  Acknowledgments Many thanks to Professor Susan Paxton for her thoughtful comments on an earlier version of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40894-015-0016-6 fatcat:4j5gg46zvfgkna47t7bgpmy7ry

Social Media Effects on Young Women's Body Image Concerns: Theoretical Perspectives and an Agenda for Research

Richard M. Perloff
2014 Sex Roles  
A model is proposed that emphasizes the impact of predisposing individual vulnerability characteristics, social media uses, and mediating psychological processes on body dissatisfaction and eating disorders  ...  effects of social media on young women's body image and self-perceptions.  ...  Ford and Jessica Newell for their incisive insights on the effects of contemporary social media on young women. I also thank Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11199-014-0384-6 fatcat:f6y2qmckgrfexgklh77thec6l4

Leveraging Health Behavior and Communication Theories to Support Adolescent and Young Adults: Conceptualizing Social Media Wellness in Relation to Disordered Eating

Elizabeth A Claydon, Keith Zullig, Mary M. Step
2021 Health Behavior Research  
Creating a CAB with individuals who have lived experience of an ED or disordered eating, and who use social media, will be vital to testing the applicability of this conceptual Social Media Wellness Model  ...  However, the nature and use of these platforms are known to perpetuate eating disorders (EDs) or further disorder eating symptoms.  ...  This research article is available in Health Behavior Research: https://newprairiepress.org/hbr/vol4/iss2/6 Acknowledgments The authors have no conflict of interest to declare, financial or otherwise  ... 
doi:10.4148/2572-1836.1103 fatcat:iwrhljgevzgrpn6hno435j5zky
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