" apparent self-objectification may form as result of a need to be needed or appreciated, and it therefore (appears to) give our lives meaning "

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" the viewer of objectification in the media does not have the capacity to influence the objectified's emotions so it makes them feel like the objectified does not care about their subjective self "

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