2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1983-51752012000100018
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Associações e diferenças entre homens e mulheres na aceitação de cirurgia plástica estética no Brasil

Abstract: 108Campana ANNB et al. Associations and differences between men and women on the acceptance of cosmetic plastic surgery in BrazilAssociações e diferenças entre homens e mulheres na aceitação de cirurgia plástica estética no Brasil ABSTRACT Background: Brazil ranks third among all countries in the number of cosmetic plastic sur gery procedures performed per year. The objective of this study was to examine the re lationship between acceptance of plastic surgery and bodily satisfaction, internalization of media m… Show more

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“…According to Campana et al (2012), these concerns with body image can cause social, occupational and recreational harm, as well as harm in other areas of the individual's functioning, thus constituting a risk factor for health. Hence, to the extent that the media presents specified types of bodies, it can drastically affect people's quality of life and increase dissatisfaction with the same.…”
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“…According to Campana et al (2012), these concerns with body image can cause social, occupational and recreational harm, as well as harm in other areas of the individual's functioning, thus constituting a risk factor for health. Hence, to the extent that the media presents specified types of bodies, it can drastically affect people's quality of life and increase dissatisfaction with the same.…”
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“…In the study by Campana, Ferreira and Tavares (2012), undertaken with adults, it was observed that internalization of media messages regarding information on beauty was related to the acceptance of aesthetic plastic surgery, it being the case that, among women, this acceptance was associated with dissatisfaction with life. However, in order to verify dissatisfaction with life, only one question referent to this issue was used.…”
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“…It is known that physical appearance today requires a tendency to follow the aesthetic standards ascribed by society. 1 It is perceived that world and national consumption in the beauty and esthetics sector is increasingly intense, by a large part of the population of various ages and social classes, where the search for corporal beauty and good appearance has been a practice widely diffused in the spaces in which the professionals of the segment of the corporal aesthetic work. [2][3] However, these work situations represent risks to the health of workers and clients, since the direct contact with the skin increases the occupational risk of accident or incident with pathogenic microorganisms, 4 thus, procedures with sharps materials considered more traditional, related to the removal of cuticles with pliers, manicures and pedicures, among others with loss of tissue integrity, such as those of tattoo artists and piercers, can contribute to the transmission of hepatitis B and C, HIV/Aids, as well as fungal and bacterial dermatological lesions.…”
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“…Um levantamento realizado pela International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery em 2009, aponta que o Brasil é o terceiro país onde mais são realizadas cirurgias plásticas no mundo, sendo superado em números absolutos apenas pelos Estados Unidos da América e pela China 21 . Dentre os cinco tipos de cirurgias eletivas mais realizadas, um deles está intimamente relacionado à face: a rinoplastia.…”
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