여성의 자기의식, 신체이미지가 반복되는 미용수술행위에 미치는 영향
|dc.description.abstract||This research was conducted to check the reason why women are repeating cosmetic surgery including a second-surgery for self-consciousness and the body to the target of a teen-ager to fifty-ager 200 women who experienced cosmetic surgery in the Seoul metropolitan area. There is no pathological diagnosis of performing cosmetic surgery itself, but intended to help you clear up the risk of addiction to cosmetic surgery by understanding the nature of people relying on repeating cosmetic surgery simply because of a psychological reason, social inferiority and unrealistic expectation. In addition, intended to help you understand cosmetic surgery as a last choice of the appearance management actions and take with a correct aesthetic sense and appearance escaping from the reckless and repeating cosmetic surgery. Referenced previous paper that because of the wide availability of cosmetic surgery cosmetic surgery, it is hard to find out pathological diagnosis to just one-time experienced people. we analyzed and compared the reasearch divded from two groups-one had performed cosmetic surgery just one time and the other had performed cosmetic surgery several times more than 2 times. The survey results that is concluded through the questionnaire is like that. other had performed cosmetic surgery several times more than 2 times, self-consciousness especially in public self-consciousness had a meaningful positive(+) influence to the individual’s body image. The group that had performed cosmetic surgery several times more than 2 times is higher and more positive in public self-consciousness and body image than the group that had performed cosmetic surgery just one time.||-|
|dc.title||여성의 자기의식, 신체이미지가 반복되는 미용수술행위에 미치는 영향||-|
|dc.title.alternative||Effect of Women’s Self-Consciousness and Body-Image on Repeated Cosmetic Surgery||-|
|dc.identifier.bibliographicCitation||한국미용학회지, v.15, no.2, pp.649 - 661||-|
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