Hi Channing! I was looking over your sandbox to get an idea of how I should go about doing mine, and I think your topic is great. I think you'll be able to find a lot more information about eating disorders in the media and I'm sure others will be interested in reading about it. Jcidado (talk) 18:35, 1 March 2012 (UTC)
Hey Channing! I really like where you are taking your topic. The media greatly affects our eating habits as well as our up bringing. Films, alone, will have a lot of research so I believe you will have your hands full with this topic. Good luck with your research and I look forward to reading future edits and finally the final article at the end of the semester. (Snarkyr2unit91 (talk) 16:28, 2 March 2012 (UTC))
You've got some great topic ideas - now its time to narrow them down and focus. This is best accomplished through research, since you've got to back up all your information on Wikipedia. Our next class will be a visit with the subject librarian for help but check out scholar.google.com in the meantime. Also, post some more links to articles that interest you, you've got lots of topics but not a lot of links! Debaser42 (talk) 19:18, 7 February 2012 (UTC)
Hey, I was reviewing your article and think it is great. I wrote a research paper on this topic a few years ago and recognize a lot of the information and sources. I think it is great that you have different sections of media depictions (magazines, tv, video games). If you add more information into each section, I think the article will be really informative and interesting.
I also noticed you introduce a lot of information with the author(s) or researcher's name which is great but some maybe you could add those sources so they show up on the reflist and not just in parentheses behind the info. Great work so far! Eewalsh (talk) 04:14, 23 April 2012 (UTC)Eewalsh
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