The Impact of to Analyse Disney Movie and Understanding the Dominant Position in Children

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Table of content
1.0 Introduction---------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 1.1 Problem statement----------------------------------------------------- 1 1.2 Purpose statement------------------------------------------------------ 1
2.0 Literature review---------------------------------------------------------------- 2 3.0 What is socialization------------------------------------------------------------ 3
3.1 Mass media-------------------------------------------------------------- 3
3.2 Childhoods-------------------------------------------------------------- 3
4.0 Disney----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4 5.0 How did Disney socialize childhood
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Since it has been researched that mass media influences viewers and that children are active learners, we can assume they are effected by media in their perceptions of the world.

3.0 What is socialization?
Socialization is the process of learning how to behave into a way that is appropriate to our culture, human infant are born without any culture. Therefore, children must be guide by our parents, teachers, and mass media to lead the correct moral, social and cultural. This is important in the process of personality formation, individual experiences to become a unique individual and capable member of society. Through socialization individuals accept the beliefs, roles, motives, and behaviours of a certain culture. In short, socialization is the process by which people learn to adopt the norms, attitudes, and behaviours accepted and practiced by on-going system.
3.1 Mass media
Mass media have profound of impact socialization in modern, high-income societies or both children and adults. The media function as socializing agents in several ways: inform us about events, introduce us to a wide variety of people, provide an array of viewpoints, make us aware of produce, documentary and entertain us. Sociologists refer to this as a mediated culture where media reflects and creates the culture.
3.2 Childhood
Childhood is typically romanticized as a time for playful
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