Body-Image, Self-Esteem, and Nutrition Concerns of Parents of 6th- and 7th-Grade Students
To fully address the issues of self-esteem and body image, parents, teachers, and students must be involved in creating meaningful solutions. The study discussed here sought to ascertain concerns of parents related to their children's body image, self-esteem, and nutrition. Parents with children in the 6th or 7th grade were surveyed regarding factors that influenced their child's perception about their body, how satisfied their child was with their body, and methods to reach children and parents with body image messages. Results will be used to assist in the development of Extension programs for parents and children that address body image.
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Dunn, C., Kelsey, K., Matthews, W., & Sledge, L. (2004). Body-Image, Self-Esteem, and Nutrition Concerns of Parents of 6th- and 7th-Grade Students. The Journal of Extension, 42(5), Article 16. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol42/iss5/16