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Walt Disney Company

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Kurt McCain

on 9 April 2014

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Transcript of Walt Disney Company

The reason I picked this meem, was to show Disney's Connection with teenagers and how the company just wants to entertain not create stereotypes.
it's Just Entertainment
Some Facts About Disney
I decided to use a generic picture of the main Disney characters to express my argument.

My argument is that Disney sole purpose is to entertainment.

The Disney characters represents Disney, but they also represent innocence and childhood.

The fact that the characters are taking the picture together, shows how Disney promotes togetherness.

Lastly, the Disney characters look happy, wthich is use a way to support Disney argument that Disney parks are the happiest place on earth.

Disney has such of an impact on the world that close to 17.2 million people visit Walt Disney world's magic kingdom every year.

51 million people visit Walt Disney world yearly.

20 million adults visit Disney world just to relive the magic of their childhood.
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Disney has its Limits
Do Children Really Learn From Disney?
Yes, children all of the world is constantly impacted by the Walt Disney Company through their fairytale and adventurous movie; however, Disney has there limits. It is only so much Disney can do to influence kids and there overall purpose is not to shape personality. Instead they want to entertain children and parents while making tons of money.
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Niles, Robert. "Walt Disney Theme Parks Dominate Theme Park Attendance in 2009." Theme Park Insider. Theme Park Insider, 26 Apr. 2010. Web. 08 Apr. 2014.

Disney Controversy
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