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Disney

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Transcript of Disney

Disney
Global Impact
Charitable Side
Fund three categories of charitable deeds:
Compassion
Conservation
Creativity

Including cash donations and volunteer grants, charitable giving totaled more than $292 million worldwide
Social Impact
Self Esteem and Body Image
Beauty = Good Association
Thin Ideal
Largest single-site employer in the U.S
Generates an estimate of 18.2 billion dollars annually
Accounts for 2.5% of Florida's cumulative gross domestic product
1/50 jobs are connected to Disney World
Source of Revenue
Gender Roles and Stereotypes
Gender Roles in Disney
Effects on behavior
Parks and Resorts
Disneyland Resort (CA)
Walt Disney World (FL)
Tokyo Disney Resot (Japan)
Disneyland Paris (France)
Shanghai Disney Resort (China)
Disney Cruise Line (Port Canaveral, FL)
Adventures by Disney (Burbank, CA)
Pro-Social behavior
Walt Disney Imagineering (Glendale, CA)
Disney Vacation Club (FL, SC, CA, HI)
Aulani (Ko Olina, Hawaii)
4 cruise ships
Positive Effects
Media Networks
-ESPN
-Disney-ABC Television Group
-Disney Channel
-ABC Television Network
-ABC Family
-ABC Studios
-Disney ABC Domestic Television
-Radio Disney
Environmental
Frozen
"Our commitment to environmental stewardship focuses on using resources wisely and protecting the planet as we operate and grow our business. Current scientific findings indicate that reductions in greenhouse gas emissions are required to avert accelerated climate change. Scarcity of natural resources and threats to ecosystems and biodiversity are serious environmental issues. Recent events, from extreme weather to severe droughts, illustrate the severe consequences and devastating impacts of climate change. These challenges demand fundamental changes in the way society, including businesses, uses natural resources."
- 475 million in global ticket sales and US dvd sales
-Has brought in 770 million in global revenue
-Film soundtrack = top selling album in the US
-Influencing Norway's tourism revenue
Technology
Walt Disney
Biography
December 5, 1901- December 15, 1966
Raised in Midwest
Took college classes in art and design in high school
High School drop out at 16
Early Career
Laugh-O-Gram
7 minute fairy tales
Combined action and animation
1923 declared bankruptcy
Disney Brothers' Studio
Hollywood
Developed Mickey Mouse
Successes
Silly Symphonies
Features Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, and Pluto
Flowers and Trees
First colored cartoon
First to win an Oscar
Snow White & 7 Dwarfs (1937)
First full-length film
Premiered in Los Angeles, California
Produced 1.5 million
Won 8 Oscars
Disneyland
Opened 1955
Became well-known tourist spot
Expanded in US, later globally
Disney's Economics
Effect on Florida
Male Stereotypes in Disney
In the 20 years since Disney World Paris has opened, has generated 50 billion euros for French economy
6.2% of foreign exchange income has been provided by travelers whose reason for coming to France was for the theme park complex.
Has created 55,000 jobs for France

Disneyland Paris
Disney Recreation
Wide range of recreational activities besides thrill rides:
Canoeing
Golfing
Kayaking
Horseback Riding
Tennis
Archery
Walt Disney Corporation
Source of Revenue
As of May 2014, the company was worth approximately $143 billion
Had over 132.5 million guests in 2013, second closest theme park had only half the visitors
Walt Disney Co. started off its first fiscal quarter of 2015 with more record-breaking results, with revenue up 9% to nearly $13.4 billion

Objectification of women
Body Type & Physical Prowess
Dominance
Female Stereotypes in Disney
Beauty is more important than intellect
Need a "Prince Charming" to save them
Women should be domestic
Old/ugly/fat woman are evil or not princesses
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