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Disney’s Beauty and the Beast: Body Image and Gender Role Me

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Samantha Hofacker

on 5 December 2013

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Transcript of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast: Body Image and Gender Role Me

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast: Body Image and Gender Role Messages
1. Social Comparison Theory
Cultivation Theory
Body image and gender roles in Disney movies
Thesis Statement
Social Comparison Theory
People look to images that they perceive to be obtainable and realistic and subsequently make comparisons among themselves, others, and the idealized images.
Female Characters

Male Characters
Abusive Relationship
Cultivation Theory
A social theory which examines the long term effects of television.
Appearance Anxiety
Everyone is unique in their own way; don’t let the media influence you from being who you are truly meant to be.
Beauty and the Beast
In reality everyone has different body shapes. Disney portrays one body shape as being beautiful when in reality all are beautiful. Disney also shows men as being the dominant figure in all its movies, especially Beauty and the Beast.
By: Sam & Brooke
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