Read the following case and answer the question: Jean knew that a…Read the following case and answer the question:Jean knew that a lot of her weight concerns came from her mother. When Jean reachedpuberty, her mother expressed shock and dismay. Jean’s menstrual cycle began when she wasI1 years old. Her mother had not expected her daughter to start menstruating until she was13, the age when her own menses had begun. Jean’s mother felt that Jean had begun men-struating at 11 because Jean was “too fat.” As with all girls, Jean’s weight increased duringpuberty. However, her mother refused to buy her new clothes until the beginning of the nextacademic year. So Jean was forced to wear shirts and pants that were too tight. Boys at schoolstarted commenting on her development, and one boy kept trying to touch her breasts andbuttocks. Jean started wearing a coat throughout the school day to hide her body.Jean’s case illustrates the role ofher mother and her peer environment in contributing to bodyshame. In a longitudinal study of adolescent girls and boys, weight-based teasing–whetherby family members or peers -predicted increases in binge eating and extreme weight controlbehaviors in boys and increases in dieting in girls at five-year follow-up (Haines, Neumark-Sztainer, Eisenberg, & Hannan, 2006).Importantly, family environment appears not to continue to explain disordered eatingrisk after puberty in girls, and genetic makeup does not explain 100% of eating disorder risk.Thus it is important to examine the impact of nonshared environmental factors-_that is, en-vironmental factors outside of the family that may be unique to each family member–suchas specific friendship groups that are formed during adolescence. The next section focuses onthe social influence of peers on the development of eating pathology.1. Describe the relevant issues the person experienced, and how that relates to family and peer factors.2. This person’s problems are indicative of which eating disorder?3. How are the person’s issues being affected by social or media factors?4. What are sone alternative explanations for the person’s issues?5. What was the most striking to you, when you read this case? BiologyScienceNutrition CLP 4110
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