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Stereotypes in Japanese Anime and Disney Movies. Ryan Emery. Tangled. Rapunzel is a teenager who goes against her “mother” by disobeying her orders to stay in the castle Rapunzel cannot handle herself outside the castle and she has to pay a “prince charming” to protect her in the real world

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Stereotypes in Japanese Anime and Disney Movies

Ryan Emery


Tangled

  • Rapunzel is a teenager who goes against her “mother” by disobeying her orders to stay in the castle

  • Rapunzel cannot handle herself outside the castle and she has to pay a “prince charming” to protect her in the real world

  • Rapunzel is also not very smart which follows along with the typical “blonde, pretty girl, dumb” stereotype


My Neighbor Totoro

  • In this film, many times the two girls get themselves into trouble that they can not handle without the help of their dad.

  • The dad is able to handle everything while the girls seem to be handling nothing at all

  • The girls in this movie seem to know nothing about the outdoors while the father knows everything


Brave

  • In this film, Merida, the main character, a teenager, goes against her mother and even turns her into a bear to get her own selfish way

  • This shows how Disney is portraying teenagers as “rebels.” As in they are going against whatever their parents say


Spirited Away

  • In this film there are not many stereotypes

  • They show a strong girl who fights for her parents and helps the small town deal with their problems

  • The only complaint I have is that the town turns the girls parents into pigs inferring that parents are bad and she is better off without them


Kiki’s Delivery Service

  • In this film a witch in training goes out into the real world and finds out own hard it is in the real world

  • There are not many stereotypes in this film because its hows how a hard working girl can make it in the real world with no prier experience

  • Also, it shows how hard work pays off


WHY?

  • This matters because Disney and Japanese Anime are building stereotypes for certain cultures that are not wanted by the cultures and Disney and JapaneseAnime should respect that.


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