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Once Upon A Lie: Female Stereotypes in Disney Movies

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Anna Forslin

on 9 May 2014

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Transcript of Once Upon A Lie: Female Stereotypes in Disney Movies

Narrowing of Topic
Choosing a Direction
Research Questions
Types of Stereotypes
Effect on Children
Efforts Made by Disney

Newer Films
The Opposing View
Body Image
Research Topic
Female Stereotypes in Disney Princess Movies
Once Upon A Lie
Progress has been made
Have to keep moving forward
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