Disney Channel

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  • Disney Channel Research Paper

    There have been billions of tv networks out there made for young television viewers, but one of the most popular tv channels made for kids and teens is Disney Channel. Disney channel started in 1983 and is still very popular today. This channel is full of great shows that most of us remember from our childhood, like “That’s So Raven” and “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody.” Looking at Disney now, you’ll see new shows and movies, such as “Liv and Maddie,” “K.C undercover,” and “Descendants” In my opinion, Disney has not changed for the better. The old disney Channel is better than the new disney Channel for many reasons, the newer shows wear expensive clothes and Disney selects mostly actors and actresses that are underweight. The second…

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  • Feminist Analysis Of Disney Channel

    Disney Channel was quick to recognize females would put their money where “liberation” appeared signifying that third-wave ideals of girl power are related to consumer power. Rather than use girl power as a true political stance, Disney Channel used it as an industrial strategy to cultivate their audience and justify the commodification of young females and the prioritization of consumption over substance. Having now established the feministic atmosphere that would allow for this decade of…

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  • Disney Channel Analysis

    Young talent has been an important part of The Walt Disney Company since the introduction of Disney Channel in 1983 (Padilla 18). Disney Channel is a television channel that creates and broadcasts original programs and made-for-television films. The community of child actors and singers representing Disney Channel is constantly evolving, which changes the value of the channel as a whole. As child stars grow older and no longer fit the mold that Disney Channel requires, they are replaced with…

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  • Disney Channel Films

    Conclusion Thus far, the top three Disney Channel programs from 2001-2011 demonstrate post-feminist viewpoints represented by each of these girls’ double lives. One life is a home life or private life where she is relegated to traditional—even stereotypical—female duties yet can be herself and use her powers. The second life is a public one where she must hide her capabilities, yet has the freedom to do activities in which she finds personally satisfying or empowering. The double life…

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  • Walt Disney Argumentative Analysis

    type of reckless behavior has become increasingly prevalent in child celebrities such as those featured on Disney Channel. This behavior, although not completely the fault of Walt Disney Studios, can be widely attributed to the loss of childhood and innocence of these young actors and actresses. At young ages, around 12 and sometimes younger, young actors and actresses are recruited by Walt Disney Studios to take on the task of becoming the newest Disney icon. They will become the faces…

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  • Miley Cyrus Research Paper

    acquired a passion for acting and singing at a young age. In 2004, Cyrus landed the role of Hannah Montana in a Disney series targeted to young teens. The series depicted Cyrus as a young pop star who reserved her celebrity identity in order to be a normal teenager. Cyrus gained record setting success from the wide reception of the Disney series coupled with her music. However, in 2008 Miley Cyrus took one of the first steps in distancing herself from the wholesome Disney Channel brand (Bio.com,…

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  • Character Analysis: Destiny Hope Cyrus

    other woman should be looking up to due to the fact she degrades women in numerous music videos with her racy outfits, racist terms, and involves herself with public fights towards other women. One definition of feminism is, “the advocacy of women 's rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men.” In an interview with TIME magazine, Cyrus states, “I 'm just about equality, period. It 's not like, ‘I 'm a woman, women should be in charge!’ I just want there to be…

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  • Analysis Of The Wonder Of Girls By Gurian

    so fast. The girl from the story was able to take time for herself to become a woman, whereas, adolescent girls want to speed up the process and become women now instead of growing along with their brain. I think that most of the reason that young girls start dating, changing who they are, trying to conform to who society says they should be and engage in sexual activity, because the media informs them that this is how one should grow and who you should strive to be. Think about Miley Cyrus and…

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  • Hannah Montana Character Analysis

    Disney Channel aired the first episode of Hannah Montana on March in 2006. The show featured a girl named Miley Stewart living a double life as a normal teen by day and a pop superstar, Hannah Montana, by night. It became an instant hit and only grew more popular throughout the four seasons, which ended in 2011. Since television is the most powerful factor influencing our generation today, Disney knew Hannah Montana would be the perfect role model for tweens. She solves everyday teen problems,…

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  • How Does Social Media Affect Our Identity

    keeping in touch with close friends, teenagers/celebrities use it to seek attention by taking provocative pictures of themselves, taking a picture with drugs, and being immature. One reason why social media shapes young teenagers/celebrities identity is because some of them post provocative pictures and words that express their identity. An example of a celebrity is Miley Cyrus’s images on Instagram because most of her images are provocative. In one of her images it shows her naked on…

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