Paraphrase as much as possible. Reference is not necessary but for research. Please review the attached responses and respond to the listed post. Please write as if you are adding to the conversation and not analyze the structure of their post. Please label each paragraph’s response 1, response 2, and 3. Take their topic and expand it further into three separate paragraphs of 90 words each if possible using the resource below: Goode, E. (2016). Deviant Behavior: Vol. Eleventh edition. Routledge. Response 1: Kentavous Option 1: Contrast looksism and extreme body modification. What are the main differences? Then, analyze how the path of resistance or internalization might play out for a person falling into the category of looksism, and a person falling into the category of extreme body modification. Lookism is prejudice against someone based off of appearance. Body modification is basically the altering of the body and appearance for cultural reasoning. Contrasting these two would be one that does not appear pleasing to society while the other purposely make themselves known to others outside of the norm. The path of least resistance follows that of the path of social norms and not opposing to them while internalization means taking social norms into one’s own mind. When it comes to these two, they can fall into the place of lookism and body modification very quickly when it comes to internalization. It is actually one of the most serious social issues in the world. Those who feel they don’t fit the social norm of everyone may began to make changes to fir in such as tattoos, piercings, facial surgery, body surgery and piercings. If they see all of this in one society, they may begin to take into their mind that is what they should look like to be considered “norm”. I think this will forever be an ongoing issue in society for some good and others bad. We all typically look at others and may want to look like them or have they style that they have. References: Goode, E. (2016). Deviant Behavior (11th ed.). New York, NY: Routledge. Response 2: Kristen Contrast looksism and extreme body modification. What are the main differences? Then, analyze how the path of resistance or internalization might play out for a person falling into the category of looksism, and a person falling into the category of extreme body modification. Social media is the answer to everything, so we think, as a society now. Social media portrays the stigma that you need to have things, look a certain way, and hold a certain lifestyle in order to “fit in”. This is the major issue with having young daughters growing up and having a cellphone with all the social media apps. Lookism is simply a standard that is portrayed for beauty and attractiveness, and/or judging other people for how they look. I know everyone has heard something on the lines of guys like girls with blonde hair and blue eyes and if you do not have either of these qualities, it makes you less attractive. Body modifications is physically changing your body and adding to your body to create an accepting image whether that be tattoos, piercings, and plastic surgery. Why is body modification so popular? Body modifications I feel are very popular because it’s the trending thing in America. Tattoos become an addiction to some people and tattoos can be used to cover up flaws that the individual feels like he or she has. Everyone looks to others within society for acceptance but can never accept their natural selves. When someone is looking for acceptance from society, they will go to the extreme to change their body, so they feel like they have some kind of worth within the world. less Goode, E. (2016). Deviant Behavior: Vol. Eleventh edition. Routledge. Response 3: Kyle This week I will be selecting Option 1: Contrast lookism and extreme body modification. What are the main differences? Then, analyze how the path of resistance or internalization might play out for a person falling into the category of lookism, and a person falling into the category of extreme body modification. Lookism is the negative discrimination and judgment of an individual who doesn’t look the same as the rest of the society they live in. This is negative attitude that results in someone being the victim of these actions or opinions. The other side of the spectrum would be extreme body modifications. These modifications are the selective changing of ones body through some sort of procedure. These are optionally done by the person who being altered or modified. These modifications themselves can often be the cause of lookism from others. Whether that was the intent of the modifications or not, the changes were optional and can cause the negative effect lookism. For someone who falls into the position of being on the receiving end of lookism, there is a long road of either acceptance of denial of such treatment. It isn’t uncommon for a victim of lookism to feel the need to drastically change who they are so that they fit the expectations of their society. Alternatively, these body modifications can also be made to make someone look opposite to what society would expect them to look like.