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An Argument on Disney and Psychological Development by Madeleine Binkley

  title={An Argument on Disney and Psychological Development by Madeleine Binkley},
  author={Madeleine Binkley},
The essence of Disney magic has taken flight on the wings of magic carpets and broom sticks, and has been able to spread their influence upon the whole of society and its youth. With something as simple as faith, trust, and pixie dust, innocence has been exploited, as the definition of childhood entertainment has evolved into one of childhood education (Giroux, 2010). Thus, the pedagogy of Disney has formulated on the boundaries of ethicality, as children are consistently exposed to the mass… 


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