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Henke and Umble assert that Disney’s fairytale heroines have

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Henke and Umble assert that Disney’s fairytale heroines have “become more assertive over time”. (The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Pocahontas) Do you see a similar progression in more recent Disney fairytales?
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3) How, in Henke and Umble’s opinion, does Disney maintain “ a chauvinisticm patriarchal message about underpowered females and powerful makes who act on their behalf
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How does the Disney version of The Little Mermaid differ from the original Hans Christian Andersen tale?


Original:

- Grandmother who give accurate information about the world
- Motivation: Acts to obtain a human sole and is willing to do anything for it

Disney:
- Scuttle, a male who gives a lot of information but all of it is misguided.
-Motivation: Wants to be with her Princes.
Little Mermaid Original Tale
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