explain how media messages can affect a persons self esteem?
It's quite simple. If someone sees someone else on the TV and they are absolutely gorgeous, and their boyfriend/girlfriend are staring with their mouths wide open and drool coming out, then that someone begins to feel bad about themselves.
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On one hand, media messages can be so subliminal that it would be hard even insinuate that it can directly correlate with a persons self esteem. Then again, the messages received from the media can be so powerful that it can either intimidate a person to the point where they either loose their self esteem or inspire them to feel better about themselves.
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