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What role does Disney movies have in the formation of stereo
Transcript of What role does Disney movies have in the formation of stereo
WAYS OF KNOWING
Emotion : Provides feeling of sympathy towards the fictional characters . Not only do we detect what he/she is feeling , we also feel it
objective to subjective thinking
relate real life situations to certain feelings
HOW DOES MEDIA MANIPULATES SOCIETIES PERCEPTION OF WHAT IS RIGHT OR WRONG ?
RELATED KNOWLEDGE ISSUES
AREAS OF KNOWLEDGE
By : Camila Fung Gómez
Ethics : what is right or wrong ?
Human science : Human behaviour
Is it ethical to use subliminal messages to manipulate kids?
To what extend does dysney
creates a distorcionated
ideal of body image ?
To what extend does Disney
movies idea of true love follows
social prejudices ?
Language : voice , sounds , gestures ,written symbols
Dysney : Different accents of principal characters vs villains or secundary ones
snow white (american accent) step mother (british accent)
Jasmine (american accent) jaffar (arabian accent)
ariel-freedom ( american accent) sebastian-fear (african american accent)
advertisements : gestures , body language
DOMESTIC FUNCTIONS UNTIL THE PRINCE RECUES THEM AND NOW THEIR PURPOSE IS TO BE A WIFE AND HAVE KIDS
DREAM : RELATED
TO GENDER STEREOTYPES
SLEEPING BEAUTY ( HER PURPOSE IN LIFE IS TO BE RESCUED BY A PRINCE)
Inductive reasoning : from observations to conclusion
THE VISION OF DIFFERENT
SOCIAL CLASES RELATIONSHIPS
IT HAS A HAPPY ENDING ACCORDING
TO SOCIAL CLASES PREJUDICES
"A subliminal message is a signal designed to pass below the normal limits of perception"
ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF DYSNEY PRINCESES
Princess play can be wonderful past-time for all kids, even little girls. Dressing up in costumes, claiming their kingdom, and running the show in a petticoat can be the cornerstone for some our most beloved girly girls. But while there is nothing inherently damaging or problematic about girls modeling their play after powerful women, princess culture — a separate concept entirely — quickly has them waiting around for a prince, counting their jewels, and developing anxieties about their beauty all in the name of Disney.
Read more: http://www.mommyish.com/2012/01/18/princess-myth-criticisms-daughter-110/#ixzz2sIVsuSQa
DISCRMINATION AGAINST PEOPLE WHO ARE DIFFERENT
Their friendiship end
His big ears are what make
him unique but at the same time are the ones that cause his rejection
THE JUNGLE BOOK
AFRICAN AMERICAN VOICE
ASSOCIATED WITH ANIMAL
IMPLYING THEY ARE PRIMIVITE UNDERDEVELOPED
PRINCESS AND THE FROG
Black skink ( poor
light skin color (wealthy)
To what extend does dysney movies characters fit to certain stereotypes ?
"They deal with conflict well. Cinderella doesn’t whine about cleaning the floor, she sings a song and some birds join in. Snow White doesn’t scream at her psychotic stepmother, she removes herself from the situation. Mulan saves her father from death by going to war. Pocahontas stops a murder. Belle saves her father’s life by taking his place as the Beast’s prisoner."
Argument against dysney princesses
Dysney movies create standards
that are almost impossible to reach
and also ironically use fantasy to
reflex and shape reality , subliminaly distortionating certain concepts , and restricting the way society should be .
This increases discrimination and is attenting against our free will by reaching to certain levels of our unconsious and trigerring certain attitudes that shape our behaviour