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response 3 & 40001 - Caitlin Bartley WRTG3020...

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Unformatted text preview: Caitlin Bartley WRTG3020 September 10,2008 RESPONSE WRITING #3 \}J~ '5>" This essay i~ Peggy Orenstein disc~ the "Princess" obsession.,;mdshe I ~ c::le-.J- _ _ ? wants to understand the idea of why every little girl needs to be a~. She talks about the "trend" of calling young girls princesses and the Disney Princess products that have grown extremely large as a franchise. She explains how she has been surprised by ~~ 7 r ~~ the popular girlie-girl craze. Her care~ been based on criticizing the culture from TV (OCJ and magazines that deal with girls and W~Ugh~ them about what is "perfect." "What's wrong with Cinderella?" explores Alldy Mooney and his knowledge with the rise of the Disney princesses. He ;-akes the poin~Princesses as role ' \- I ~ \~ ~ ~ ~~--........,s, p...".....--;:,..L. models do not necessarily mean they are retrograde because they are interested in away from the typical, popular feminine beliefs, like feeling the need to be dainty and sweet all the time.--------) ~ \fYYJ'1L cl\~ c\- ~ and women. The ideas of more freedom for women began emerging in the 1980's andand women....
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