GER1791 week 5 - Week 5 Walt Disney Civilizing Process...

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Week 5: Walt Disney Civilizing Process Slide 2: - Functions and tendencies of fairy tale: - 1. Canonization of the classic fairy tales - 2. The printed fairytale with pictures gained more legitimacy and enduring value than the oral tale - 3. fairytales were among the first stories to be performed by adults and children - 4. the classical fairy tale for children and adults reinforced the patriarchal symbolical order Slide 3: - Habitus: - is a set of manners, customs, normative behaviour and thinking that enables them to fulfil a social role, to rise in social status, and to distinguish themselves according to conventional so- cial class and gender expectations Slide 4: - Functions and the tendencies of fairy tale cont. - 5. in printed form became property - 6. tension between written and oral fairytales - 7. full scale debates about the fairytale genre - 8. through many fairytales and collections were illustrated, the images were very much in con- formity with the text Slide 5-7: - Walt disney magical ride: - First trick film: -
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