Project #47712 - research paper

This is a 10 page research paper on stereotypes. 

i have all of the research already done and a thesis created.

the stereotype is How women are portrayed negativley in Disney films but overtime that changes.

my thesis has to be a three point thesis.

i have some of it written already i would like for you to use the first paragarph ive written but you may tweek it.

the point of this paper is to prove that over time the stereotpye about how women are portrayed in Disney flms have changed.

 

this is what ive written so far.

the three point thesis is at the end and each point may be chnaged as you form the paper.

 

You sit her down in front of the television and press play. She is sitting in

the middle cushion of your soft plush brown couch waiting in anticipation for the movie to begin. You leave her there to watch her favorite disney movie while you go and cook in the kitchen. Ten minutes pass and you hear nothing but the sound of the characters speaking. Fifteen minutes pass and you hear that nothing has changed. Coo coo, the half hour mark has passed and this time you hear an additional voice to those of the characters. You realize its her voice, she knows every word and has begun to sing along to the tune as if she is part of the movie herself. Two minutes later you hear the pitter patter of her little feat dancing along to the rhythm. You wonder “what exactly does my daughter see when she watches her favorite disney movies?”

 

        As Walt Disney once said, “Movies can and do have tremendous influence in shaping young lives in the realm of entertainment towards the ideals and objectives of normal adulthood.” Walt Disney knew the power he held when creating his Movies for the young minds, but did he realize the reoccurring stereotypes he would be portraying to his young audience?  “Stereotypes are assumptions of what people are like. When we first meet people, we classify them according to our perceptions of their visible characteristics. Our ideas about these characteristics quiet our reaction to them. Our behavior, in turn, can influence them to behave in ways that reinforce our stereotype” (Henslin, 102,106). Although Disney Films show women as being helpless, dependent on males, and as sex objects in older Disney movies, much scholarly research shows the regression of the stereotype overtime, and come to the conclusion that in later films the stereotype about women is largely untrue.

Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 11/19/2014 12:00 am
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