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Beauty Series, Part 2: Pitching Beauty to Teens

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Beauty Series, Part 2: Pitching Beauty to Teens

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Beauty Series, Part 2: Pitching Beauty to Teens

Beauty Series, Part 2: Pitching Beauty to Teens

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Jean Kilbourne, author of Can't Buy My Love — How Advertising Changes the Way We Think and Feel, says the media have created an ideal of beauty for young girls that is dangerously unachievable. Kilbourne speaks with NPR's Susan Stamberg in the second in a series of conversations on the nature of beauty.

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