This September is being released other from expert publications published in our PAF Edition. This time, the team of researchers focused on gender stereotypes in classic animated film.
Do you want to learn the secrets of Disney's "crack for five years old"? Do you find the beauty stereotype interesting? Do you want to learn, among other things, how is the sexual orientation related to ideology? Then read the collective monograph Gender Stereotypes in Walt Disney Animation: Ideology, Queer, Discursive Analysis that speaks to the reader a clear message and does not mince words with the animated heroes of our childhood.
Purchasable either in Czech or English version.
HUDEC, Zdeněk (ed.): Gender Stereotypes in Walt Disney Animation: Ideology, Queer, Discursive Analysis. Olomouc: Pastiche Filmz, 2012.
Monograph contains of following papers:
HUDEC, Zdeněk: „Grumpy and the Beauty Myth. A critical discursive analysis of the second Czech dubbed version of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs."
CHLUMSKÁ, Eva: „I wish that I could be part of the real world. Gender otherness in The Little Mermaid movie."
DOSTÁLEK, Matěj: „Gender Stereotypes and Animated Image of Neo-conservative America: Duck Tales, Chip'n Dale Rescue Rangers."
JANČÍK, Alexandr: „United Princesses of America. Transformation of the princess character in Walt Disney Studio's production and in Tangled, the fairy tale, with a background of the Disney Corporation's marketing strategies."
The publications is provided with illustrations by Jiří Havlíček.