06 march 2015
Rise of Cosmetic Surgical Culture
Nowadays, people are reinventing themselves and improving their life-style with the help of cosmetic surgery. People are taking help of cosmetic surgery to make an impact on social relation and economic life. In this topic, i will explain how cosmetic surgical culture is rising day by day and what are the main factors behind this rise. I will analys how cosmetic surgery is affecting people's public and private life. I will explain the main reasons behind people adapting cosmetic surgery and why it is becoming a need for them. I will also elaborate the relation between cosmetic surgical culture and globalization in short.
In this topic, my main focus will be elaborating the main reasons behind the rise in cosmetic surgery. These reasons will be: How celebrities effecting people to undergo cosmetic surgery? How consumerism helping people buy beauty? How people ...view middle of the document...
My goal in this paper will be: Discussing my focus in brief. Take help from different resources to make my topic more clear. Follow Anthony Elliott that how he explains important terms step by step. Proper use of given guidelines and format.
These are some critical questions I will examine in my research: Why do many people want cosmetic surgery? Does cosmetic surgery is helpful in getting fame? Only people from expensive cities are driven towards this process on reinvention? How a person's public and private life can be changed with cosmetic surgery? Cosmetic surgery is a shortcut to success in business? Does low wage economy also comes under the effect of cosmetic surgery? How grossmanâ€™s research is related with this topic?
My first article will be â€˜cosmetic surgeryâ€™ written by Waterhouse, Norman who explains that,â€Cosmetic surgery was, until recently, a mysterious and secretive practice, reserved
for a privileged minority of wealthy celebrities and fi lm stars. A high-profile
criminal might travel to Brazil for surgery to change his appearance and a fi lm
star might alter her nose but these options were rarely considered by the general
populationâ€ which is directly linked with my main focus.
My second article will be from a book ,â€ The Cosmetic Gaze : Body Modification and the Construction of Beautyâ€, written by Wegenstein, Bernadette who mention Anthony Elliottâ€™s research in their article by saying,â€ Sociologist Anthony Elliott finds this trend resonates in other parts of the world, as well. According to a recent European survey, â€œmost women now expect to have cosmetic surgery at some point in their lifetime.â€ 17 Anthony Elliott tries to make sense of the cosmetic surgery boom in the early twenty-first century by placing the demand for cosmetic surgeryâ€.
Waterhouse, Norman. Cosmetic Surgery. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008. eBook Collection (EBSCOhost). Web. 5 Mar. 2015.
Wegenstein, Bernadette. The Cosmetic Gaze : Body Modification And The Construction Of
Beauty. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 2012. eBook Collection (EBSCOhost). Web. 5 Mar. 2015.