ED 2 - Popular Culture

psychnerd's version from 2016-05-16 15:52


Question Answer
CarrollPower of movies - accessible, variable framing, erotectic narrative - focus attention/understanding
Marcuse, Aduro and HorkheimerHegemonic power - passive consumption
Wright and SandlinLittle power to resits or procure own readings
Global Disney Audiences' Project (2001)Didn't think Disney had 'any positive influence'
Giroux (1999)'Disneyfication' - coercive ideology which uses a facade of innocence to mask underlying controversies.
Rosina Lippi-Green (1997)Sociolinguistic study of movies - racial superiority complex of accents
Whitely (2013)Anthropomorphism - animals make ideas more palatable to children
GouldAnimals draw people in - Disney using this biological mechanism without realising?
FreudChildren relate to animals - hard to separate the meanings?
Seelinger-Trites (2014)Women underrepresented in Disney films. 28% speaking parts are female, 2.42 males for every female
Giroux (1999)Little mermaid - voice
Zipes (1995)"Some day my prince will come" - men and marriage
Seelinger-Trites (2014)Progressive pixar or the Pixar maturity formula?
Bird (2004)Mrs Incredible - voice of reason, whilst Husband rushes off the save the world
BrunerImaginative play is the beginning of narrative thought
SteinbergBarbie research - charity, girls can do anything, ethnicity
Sherman and Zubringer (2014)'Boys can do anything' - mystified career ambitions/identity
HiltonTV/print alongsides toys provides a beginning/end point for play, dilatory space where children can experiment
Sun and Picker (2001)Popular culture does not immediately influence our thinking - repetition
Chou (2007)Cultural production - rewriting fairytales
Bromley (1996)Talk and discussion - common knowledge provides a basis for collaborative work

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