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    replacing her with a negative image' (Do Rozario, 2004, p.41). This could suggest that once the evil femme fatale has been stripped of her powers, her importance is reduced and a prince has substituted her in the princesses’ life. This results in the princess still being passive but now under the control of a prince rather than the powerful evil stepmother. To juxtapose the Wicked Queens tall and mighty appearance, Snow White has a slim, hourglass figure with pale skin and a petite frame. Alike, the

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    Disney Princess Culture

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    Time: The Effects of Princess Culture From a young age, princess culture has impacted the lives of numerous people. Some individuals may have spent their childhood parading around in the attire of their favorite Disney princess while they put on their best rendition of the character they admired most. Ohers may have only seen a few Disney princess movies here and there and went seemingly unfazed by the phenomenon. With Disney’s debut of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, princess movies would provide

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    The Discourse on Disney Princess Culture

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    Disney is one of the biggest empires in the world. It is a brand that everyone knows about whether they invest in it or not. According to the Forbes Most Valuable Brands list, Disney ranks number seventeen in the world—behind popular brands like Apple and Microsoft and above Wal-Mart. The Disney Empire is a business, a brand that can be found almost everywhere, even in the Dollar Store. The brand’s accessibility is what makes it easy for children to become consumers. The consumerism of princess culture

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    Disney Princess Analysis

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    use celebrities and Disney characters to give young girls the idea of being able to imitate their lifestyle. By buying the merchandise of these princesses young girls are buying this mentality and promoting the message. Playboy bunny and Disney princesses are different yet similar in the way that they exploit female bodies. For instance, in the film Mulan her mother and aunts state, “good breeding and a tiny waist will bring honor to them all,” as in her family name (“Disney and Sexism – You-Tube”)

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    believes so and she decided to express her opinion in the article “ Little girls or Little women ? The disney Princess effect”. Hanes argues that in todays society , little girls are being taught ,unintentionally, to be sexual at an early age. In consequence of this , toddlers are trying to achieve the pre-teen goal to be sexy at such an early age. It all starts with the influence and example that The Disney princesses give to their young fans. For the reason that the article appeared in magazines and in

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    ask a child to name the classic Disney princesses, among those would be the idolized Cinderella, Rapunzel, Snow White, and Aurora (better known as Sleeping Beauty). The trend is clear; every princess mentioned above is white, and almost all of them are blonde. In the article, Disney’s Princess and the Frog: the Pride, the Pressure, and the Politics of Being a First, Neal A. Lester writes about how the character Tiana was created and the significance of this new princess. According to Laura Shapiro,

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    “infamous” princess culture, that teaches our girls’ to “rely on a man,” or “behave like a princess.” However, these ideas are misguided, the princess culture can actually be a very positive tool to young girls and boys, in many ways. Disney princesses, specifically, were a huge part of my childhood, so it is fitting to focus on them. Each princess was unique, she had her own quirks, goals that she strove to meet, and she searched for her own happy endings. One of the greatest parts of Disney princesses

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    us grew up with the whimsical and romantic princess tales brought to life through Disney’s animation. Anyone paying close attention would realize that there are a great number of similarities and differences between the classic Disney princess movies, which include Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, and Cinderella, and the more modern Disney princess movies. One of the main ways in which the old Disney princess movies differ from the modern Disney princess movies is in their production. Snow White and

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    In “Little Girls or Little Women? The Disney Princess Effect,” Stephanie Hanes covers the sexualization of young girls and women in every aspect of the media that influences children and teens. She explains that girls see media figures, movies, and sports being sexualized, and how this is causing children to associate looking and acting a certain way to being ‘the perfect women’. Hanes believes the hypersexualized media is causing girls to obtain a negative body image and it’s killing their self-esteem

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    Disney Princess Movies: New vs. Old Many of us grew up with the whimsical and romantic princess tales brought to life through Disney’s animation. Anyone paying close attention would realize that there are a great number of similarities and differences between the classic Disney princess movies, which include Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, and Cinderella, and the more modern Disney princess movies. One of the main ways in which the old Disney princess movies differ from the modern Disney princess

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