What Are Disney Princesses Have A Negative Impact On Expectations Of Girls And Young People About Their Future

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Over the recent years there have been discussions on how a woman have to look like, many people believe that the Disney princesses have generated a negative impact on expectations of girls, and young people about their future. Young woman nowadays believe that they have to be physically perfect to find a good man. Unfortunately, many of these stories of Disney princess are teaching that the value of a woman is measured more for her appearance than for their intelligence. There are three eras of this films, each one with different stereotypes of the perfect woman depending of their generation.
Women have evolved over time as princesses evolve according to the era in which they belong. There are three different eras at first Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella between 1937 and 1959. Second era The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Mulan from 1989 throw 1998, and the last era from 2009 throw 2013 The Princess and the Frog, Brave, and Frozen (Johnson 2). This stories represent the stereotypes, and gender role that the women had to follow in their era. The constructivist approach and cultivation theory suggest that the gender role portrayal present in the films may influence children’s beliefs and ideas about gender, social behaviors, and norms. (Descartes, Coller-Meek, and England) During the first era, the women role was to be perfect wife one that can cook, clean, and someone that can have children and take…

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