Cultural Impact Of Disney World

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Walt Disney World would have never been built or even thought of if it wasn’t for a man named Walt Disney. The Foundation for Disney World started way back in the 1920’s with Disney’s passion for drawing and turning those drawings into animated short films which led to the creation of the Walt Disney company. The Walt Disney company became bigger and bigger over the next fifty which led to the opening of Disney World and the Disney characters everyone knows today. The cultural impact of Disney world today is the all the good things Disney World adds to the culture of America. Disney World is a representation of the culture the United states holds. First of all the very beginning of the Disney enterprise would have never happened if it wasn’t for a guy named Walt Disney. Walt Disney grew up with strict parents that did not believe in children having fun at …show more content…
Orlando is one of six major hubs for Delta, the official airline of Walt Disney World” ( Presti, 1991, Para. 18).So Disney World is a great for airlines also because so many people have to fly to Orlando to go to Disney World.
On the negative side Disney World is not for Everyone.If a person doesn’t like crowds or to have fun they probably will not like Disney World. People who don 't like crowds, who turn their noses up at popular culture, or who believe that the only worthwhile cultural experiences involve opera and molecular gastronomy will never much like Disney World (Lehrer, 2013, Para. 2).So If crowds are a problem to a person then they probably shouldn’t go to Disney World. A person should also not go to to Disney World if they don’t like to have fun because Disney is all about

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