Fairy Tales and Roles in Society
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This paper looks at the gender and power roles demonstrated in fairy tales, including literature and Disney movies, and how these affect young readers' perceptions of their roles in society. It also shows how the color white represents good and the color black represents evil, putting racial stereotypes in the minds of children.
From the Paper:"Fairy tales are still read by many children today and the images they convey are of typical gender roles which are prevalent in patriarchal societies. (Patterson-Neubert) The female character is always beautiful and this brings her riches or the hand in marriage of the handsome prince, reinforcing the idea in the minds of young readers that beauty is what is valued in a woman, despite all the forces of women's liberation and the achievements of women in the workforce today. Liz Grauerholz and Lori Baker-Sperry analyzed of Grimm's fairy..."
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