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    The Disney Princess Effect Does Disney effect how younger children see themselves? Young children are exposed to countless movies, television series, and toys that can lead them to create their own self image in the future. Numerous studies have been preformed to see if these social medias have effected younger males and females with gender role and self image. Some say it has little to no effect on how their children grow up. That it gives no unrealistic view on how they perceive themselves. And their children know the difference between a fairytale and realistic things. While other parents contradict their views. Those parents feel Disney Princess’ and toys play a strong role in how their young ones view themselves and those around them.…

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    has been evident that Disney has promoted a different message within their princess movies, which is a shift in rhetoric. At first, the princess movies displayed unrealistic goals for young girls and now, there is a paradigm of different princesses that set an example for those who have goals and wish to achieve them. From a classical princess such as Aurora to a modern one such as Elsa, the messages are displayed in the princesses goals and obstacles. Prior to Frozen and other movies alike,…

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    What makes a Disney Princess a Disney Princess? Who decides which princesses are the “Classic” princesses and therefore being forever crowned in THE Disney Princesses club? But I believe that there is an unjust system in picking these childhood role models, and these prejudice choices cause some princesses to be crumbled up, thrown away and never to be given a second thought on why you don’t see them on your lunchboxes, backpacks, shirts, glasses, video games, bedspreads and so much more! I WANT…

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    The Disney princess franchise, created by Andy Mooney, has been watched and adored by families around the world for decades, but in the rise of modern day feminism and the eradication of gender roles Disney’s interpretation of women is starting to raise a few eyebrows. It has become evident that girls are starting to act more mature at a much younger age which leads to them being sexualized. Considering young girls obsession with Disney princesses many parents are left wondering if the Disney…

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    Ever since Disney Studios came out with their first cinematic masterpiece, their princesses have been looked upon as role models. Walt Disney has created a franchise with prim, proper female leads and charming princes. His first film, the beloved Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, is about a young princess who seeks refuge in a cottage of seven dwarves. She is fleeing from her evil step mother who is envious of her beauty. Little girls idolize Snow White along with the other classic Disney…

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    wearing all of the makeup, and other exclusive things. Basically the whole essay talked about how little kids are looking to people who people would think would be a good influence but they aren 't. In "Little Girls or Little Women? The Disney Princess effect" the author Stephanie Hanes claims that movies on Disney and the characters are not really…

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    Disney princess movies emphasizes a lot on beauty. For these Disney princess characters, beauty is the key towards happiness. With their good looks and only that, they are able to find future husbands. Disney portrays female characters as being only useful for their good looks and nothing else. They demonstrate it as princesses aren't able to live their life without men. That men are there to marry a pretty looking woman. We examined three different Disney princess movies and took notes of the…

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    Disney Princess Analysis

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    Disney princesses are known to be stereotypically “perfect.” They all have the same body, race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation. Then, all the movies shared the same plot: the “perfect” girl gets saved by a strong, handsome man, they fall in love, and live happily ever after. To viewers in the 20th century, this was exactly what they wanted. This “perfect” girl and plot all made sense. But when the 21st century rolled around, this all changed. People started to realize that this wasn’t the…

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    Of all the movies in the world, Disney films top the most untiring movies to watch. One can’t easily feel tired of watching a Disney film even after a hundred times—that’s how much people love Disney. It’s hard to let (it) go. One thing that’s also difficult to outgrow, especially for the ladies, is our adoration for Disney Princesses. READ: Check Out These Priceless Illustrations of Disney Princesses Standing Up for Their Rights I remember catching myself dreaming of Cinderella’s pretty face,…

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    Media portrays numerous messages such as feminism that target women than men. With the rise of the female protagonist movie, some media challenge the female stereotype to have bravery to become robust and powerful without the need of protection by muscular men. However, young girls experience restrictions that when they grow up, they will not have an opportunity to become independent with leadership skills. Instead, media such as Disney persuade young girls to live their lives as a princess.…

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