Rhetorical Analysis- Post-Princess Models of Gender- The New Man in Disney:Pixar .docx

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wade1Allison Wade English 2014/11/21 Professor Aalgaard Rhetorical Analysis: Post-Princess Models of Gender: The New Man in Disney/Pixar The article explores some of the animated films by Disney and how they have been often criticized owing to the stereotypical female leads and the traditional representations of genders. The article presents the notion that by introducing masculine protagonists which indicates a progressive postfeminist animated film as gender-based issues, cultural aspect, and models of masculinity which is evident in most of the classic animated films. Gillam, ken, and wooden exemplifies the widespread development of the animated films. The article is centered on the assumption that Disney Pixar studio consistently promotes the new masculinity model. The major argument presented in the article involves how the new Disney films involve the patterns of feminine aspects embedded in the modern man. According to Gillam, Ken, and Wooden,

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