Cultural Identity In Disney's Three Pigs

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After viewing Disney’s Three Pigs, I decided to choose the “cultural identity” issue of “class”. I believe “class” was a prevalent theme in this film. From a surface view the film taught American children that if you work hard, and maintain conservative values, then you will be invincible to impoverishment. This matters because it is the single story of socioeconomic status and preludes to an imaginary ideology of the “American Dream”. Conversely, I believe this ideology was portrayed negatively in this film. This is why:
The first pig represented the middle class, he had a straw chair and a door mat. His home was not luxurious, yet it was simple and welcoming. The second pig represented the upper-middle class, the sticks are a bit sturdier
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