The Pros And Cons Of Disney In Disney

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Disney exposed many boys and girls of many social classes to what they had to do to live out their wealthy “happily ever afters”. The poor damsels in distress were all gorgeous, and regardless of their social classes or ignorance,their handsome, wealthy men stepped in to marry them. Cue the end of the happy couple skipping to their white carriage, birds chirping, and the cursive, sparkling script “And they all lived Happily Ever After”. It is then that the guardians of the child will add another scene, one that is added to the cheap sequels of those enamoring classics, the idea that with a marriage comes a child. Children (especially young girls), will be provided baby dolls with rosy cheeks and plastic pink kitchen sets and told about …show more content…
If the caring of a child is the universal function of the family (page 310), then it is imperative to have the education,commitment, and financial resources to nurture it in the most beneficial way possible (for both parent and child). Lest, the child may be born to resentful parents who disfigure the child apathy and no desire/thought of bettering themselves or society (and this cycle could continue for generations). Especially in cases of poverty or low income, it may simply be better to stay …show more content…
According to census, 16%-17% of women will go through their child-bearing years without being pregnant, and 20% of women are expected in their 30’s to remain childless (pg.315). Arguably, this trend will continue to rise as many Millennials ‘wait longer to have kids to receive degrees and work toward financial stability. Although many may view that those who do not have children as having regrets and being unhappy, however that is simply not the case. A report from Princeton University and Stony Brook University published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science reported very little difference in life satisfaction between child or childless families (http://www.cnn.com/2014/01/14/living/parents-happiness-child-free-studies/). This entirely goes against the superficial norm of the joys of children in the family as shown in media such as ‘The

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