Antecedentes e Consequentes da Intenção do Uso de Emagrecedores Outros Idiomas

Baseando-se na preocupação com o consumo indiscriminado de emagrecedores, o presente ensaio teórico buscou demonstrar fatores que antecedem a intenção de usar emagrecedores e as suas possíveis consequências. Para alcançar este objetivo, elaborou-se um mapa teórico que demonstra um conjunto de relações que influenciam o uso de emagrecedores e as possíveis consequências desse uso indiscriminado. Os antecedentes elementares encontrados na literatura foram: discurso do peso saudável, estereótipos de beleza, cuidados com a saúde, influência interpessoal, insatisfação com a imagem corporal e intenção de perder peso e os seus principais consequentes foram o reganho de peso (efeito sanfona), a dependência do tratamento, problemas intestinais, transtorno hepático, problemas cardíacos.
Citação ABNT:
LUBECK, R. M.; SAMPAIO, C. H.; VIEIRA, M. H. Antecedentes e Consequentes da Intenção do Uso de Emagrecedores. Revista Organizações em Contexto, v. 12, n. 24, p. 307-325, 2016.
Citação APA:
Lubeck, R. M., Sampaio, C. H., & Vieira, M. H. (2016). Antecedentes e Consequentes da Intenção do Uso de Emagrecedores. Revista Organizações em Contexto, 12(24), 307-325.
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