Disney Princess Effect

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Kassem Mohmmad AL Annan Comm200 Tahani nassar Feminism Abstract The Disney princess effects on young girls What are the effects of exposure to Disney princess- related media on gender stereotyping, body image, pro-social behavior and aggression in early childhood? Throughout the last few years there has been a philosophical discussion on how Disney princesses has a negative impact on classifies a voice to achieve women’s liberation by elimination the oppression of women in society, when it comes to raising girls , parents today have plenty to worry about : self –esteem, self –image depression and eating disorders . Today culture teaches women that their worth is more about beauty and less about their intelligence. Sarah’s…show more content…
Mass media influence and effects: -Radio -music -journalism…… -Television movies When it comes to raising girls, parents today have plenty to worry about: self-esteem, self-image, depression and eating disorders. Today's culture teaches women that their worth is more about beauty and less about their intelligence. The “princess effect” has taken a toll on how young girls grow into the mature emotionally developed women, in other way Disney channel is sending images, in other way Disney channel is sending images from it shows to wake up the young girls which are simply qualified to take information’s without knowing if they are bad or good in the daily life. From the last years till now everyone from his childhood watches Disney and girls focus on movies which creates emotions deeply, for example “beauty and the beast” everyone has watched it and it has a hidden messages which are focusing on the development of the child’s mind to be ready for the development of…show more content…
One of the main problems that these movies are teaching young girls is the stereotypes portrayed in these movies. Not only do they make stereotypes on ethnicities but also beauty. Having this expectation of beauty only makes it normal for the media to show pictures of outrageous standards of beauty. If you look at each Disney princess in this picture there is a clip of what the main gist of each movie is supposed to teach a girl. With this said, each movie is not teaching girls how to be independent, strong, loving, and educated women. Most Disney princesses act as a “damsel in distress” which portrays them to be taken care of in order to survive. This is not true in feminist eyes, being able to take care of your self but also love and cherish someone is how a Disney princess should portray a girl. Having girls watch these movies is just showing them that you need a man to take care of you always which is not true a girl can take care of herself with the help of her parents and taking care of her school and social life. One of the lessons that children learn throughout watching these movies are bad people are always fat, old, and/or ugly. During childhood, a child’s brain learns morals, language, recognizable patters, and social skills. When a movie is consistent with its physical indication of evil, the physical indication
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