Important: for this paper, you CANNOT choose Aladdin, Lion King, or Cinderella. Also, for this paper, I do not want you to look for sources about the specific cartoon you are analyzing. I want your own analysis! If you use sources, they should not be referring to the cartoon you are analyzing.
Like so many other aspects of mass communications, the movie business is ruled by a few companies. We think of Disney films, particularly, as wholesome family entertainment, appropriate for very young children and entertaining to older children and even their parents. Many Disney animated films are retellings of familiar fairy tales.
For this assignment, analyze an animated film of your choice. You will need to find at least 10 points of stereotyped characters or problematic incidents (or alternatively, positive role models or incidents) that you see in the Disney film you have selected. Be sure not only to list the character or incident, but to briefly explain the problem/advantage you see with the character or incident.
You need to watch the movie and write your own analysis, not get citations and analysis from other studies.
(For example: 1. Belle is depicted as an intelligent heroine—in the movie opening she is shown always reading books–although she remains the typical Disney female character, beautiful, white, with large eyes and a curvaceous figure).
As you watch your film, you might want to consider the roles of the various cartoon characters in regards to their age, race, gender, accents (or for animals and things, in regards to their implicit age, race and gender). You might want to think about the system of social hierarchy that is set up, as well as any play on stereotypes. For those films which are based on previous stories or histories (Pocahontas, Little Mermaid, etc.) you might want to consider what changes the Disney studio made to the “original story.”
Use APA format and concise writing. Write in active voice whenever possible, and avoid using expletives, jargon and cliches. Write an introduction that sets out the main thesis of your paper and a conclusion that summarizes your main points. Make sure your introduction includes a thesis statement that introduces the main argument of the paper. The use of subtitles/subheadings is highly encouraged to aid organization and flow. Your paper should include correct citations, with references listed at the end. You need to also reference multimedia material you use, not only books and web sites. Papers receiving ten points will communicate a clear argument, demonstrate an understanding of all the readings and analysis criteria, be free of APA errors, be elegantly and clearly written, and provide sophisticated, well-articulated and supported arguments, not common insights and mere descriptions. Please review the grading rubric below so you know what I will be looking for.
1) Writing uses texts and analysis criteria discussed in class with a clear understanding of each. (2.0)
2) Writing makes a clear, well-organized and well-supported argument that provides sophisticated insights and analyses. (2.0)
3) Paper contains a clear introduction with a thesis statement that is supported by the body of the paper and a conclusion with summary. (2.0)
4) Writing is clear and free of APA and grammar errors. It contains proper transitions and headings that give the paper flow. (2.0)
5) Each paragraph has a clear thesis statement or main idea and supporting documentation. (1.0)
6) Paper contains all required sections and adheres to the formatting directions and follows submission directions. (1.0)
Consider Eating and Personality Disorders
1. Taking into account the genetic, neurobiological, sociocultural, familial and environmental factors of assessment and diagnosis, what are your diagnostic thoughts for Jackie? What might be going on with George? Use the DSM-5 criteria to formulate your diagnostic impressions for Jackie and possibly for George, supporting what you see in the vignette that supports your diagnostic impressions.
2. Using the psychotherapeutic and pharmacological interventions discussed in the text, describe an initial treatment plan for Jackie and George. Remember to treat the persons in the vignette, and not the diagnosis. Also remember to consider culture and legal/ethical issues.
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