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Princesses as Role models
Transcript of Princesses as Role models
How princesses as role models affect girls negatively
The princess image promotes...
negative self esteem
damage of psychological traits
body image issues
passiveness to males
Traits that may develop with princess role models
Disney Princess line markets for children
They even have a Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique for girls. One is in Cinderella's Castle, Disney World, Florida where girls are pampered for £100- £1,000. All of this stuff costs money and the more movies Disney make the more stuff children want to buy.
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The stories of princesses has been around for many years, but could they be a bad influence to young girls? This is how the beautiful Disney Princesses affect young children.
By Jaden Maxwell and Cheyenne Taylor