Title

Tanned and Ripped: The Growth of Male Objectification

Presenter Information

Nicholas Pucci

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Location

SURC 201

Start Date

16-5-2013

End Date

16-5-2013

Abstract

For many decades, women have been objectified by men and society; that is, they have been reduced to nothing more than sexual objects. However, in the modern day we are witnessing the growing objectification of men. “Tanned and Ripped: The Growth of Male Objectification” will explore this growing trend and explore the economic reasons behind this trend and its potential social consequences.

Faculty Mentor(s)

Nelson Pichardo

Additional Mentoring Department

Sociology

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Tanned and Ripped: The Growth of Male Objectification

SURC 201

For many decades, women have been objectified by men and society; that is, they have been reduced to nothing more than sexual objects. However, in the modern day we are witnessing the growing objectification of men. “Tanned and Ripped: The Growth of Male Objectification” will explore this growing trend and explore the economic reasons behind this trend and its potential social consequences.