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    Socialization In My Life

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    The Socialization of my life. This is how I become who I am. My early socialization has been a big role in my life along with my significant others, which includes my parents and friends. My defining moments in my life and the experiences I’ve faced. Also with the media's help I’ve become to understand the simple things. Over the past sixteen years I have learned to become the person i am today all because of socialization. First, my early socialization. My family has been a big part of my socialization

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    watching shows or movies. The three fictional characters that most represent my personality are Belle from Beauty and the Beast for her caring attitude towards others, Regina George from Mean Girls for her confidence in her actions, and Minnie Mouse from Mickey Mouse Club House for her friendliness. Belle is an ordinary girl from a small town who then becomes a princess in the Disney movie Beauty and the Beast, although we have different lifestyles, we also have similarities; we both are caring and love

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    It all started with a mouse, well, actually a rabbit. "Oswald is going to be the next big thing, I know it!" Says Walt Disney. Little did he know soon his dream would have a problem. "So, instead of you having the rights of Oswald, we think that we are going to take the rights off of you. We can keep you if you take a low salary, but other than that I don't know what else we can do for you." The Universal executives say. "No! I'm not going to take a lower salary and let you have it all on Oswald

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    for them. After evaluating many different children’s shows, I have decided that Mickey Mouse is by far the most qualified, because it is very entertaining, educational, and the kids are in love with Mickey and his friends. The Mickey Mouse Clubhouse show is a spirit filled, kid friendly, educational show, my kids and many children around the world absolutely love.

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    Have you ever wonder who Minnie Mouse is? If you don’t know Minnie Mouse, she is a famous Disney character. Growing up, have you ever had a character you wanted to be? First, I will be talking about who created Minnie Mouse, her popularity, and the influence she gives children. First of all, I will be talking about who created Minnie Mouse. Minnie Mouse was created by the famous Walt Disney. Walt Disney created Minnie Mouse 190 years ago on a train ride from Matthattan to Hollywood. He

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    Mickey Research Paper

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    animation, one thing comes to mind always. Mickey Mouse. Mickey Mouse is the icon of Disney animation, and rose quickly in popularity among the audience of the world. Mickey is an icon, and can be identified by anyone anywhere due to how influential he is. But how did he come to be? Mickey has advanced greatly over the years, and has led many of the strides in improvements in animation and cinema, starting back in 1928. In test cartoons by Walt Disney, Mickey

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    the 1950s Mickey had a themepark, a comic strip, and The Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. The Mickey Mouse Clubhouse was a show that was a hit for children everywhere. It taught them shapes, numbers, and how to solve problems. Mickey’s story does not start there in fact it goes way back to a bunny called Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. Oswald was instantly popular and Universal ordered a series of cartoons. In 1928 “Disney met with executives to negotiate another contract” (Suddath, Claire. “Mickey Mouse.” Time, Time

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    "Somehow I can 't believe there are any heights that can 't be scaled by a man who knows the secret of making dreams come true. This special secret, it seems to me, can be summarized in four C 's. They are Curiosity, Confidence, Courage, and Constancy and the greatest of these is Confidence. When you believe a thing, believe it all the way, implicitly and unquestionably." The man behind this genius statement is the one and only Walt Disney. From rags to riches, Disney made strides in the entertainment

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    Why Do Dreams Come True?

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    Walt Disney. Through a long road of rewrites, rejections, and reconstructions, Disney created a new look for the entertainment in America. It all started with one little cartoon mouse, originally named Mortimer Mouse, but later changed to a more recognizable name of Mickey Mouse. Not only did Walt Disney create Mickey Mouse,

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    those in the spotlight, those five minutes are going to be frenzied, but will end quickly...” In Walt Disney’s case his time in the spotlight was approximately 7-8 minutes but he retained the attention. In the summer of 1928, Walt Disney introduced Mickey Mouse in an animated short titled “Steamboat Willie”. It was one of the first cartoons with

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