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Such book title represents the basis of the message that is going to be discussed through the entire book. The matter is that Henry Giroux is desired to analyze a strong influence of Disney production on people and particularly on such part of society as children.
It is clear that Disney’s products are mainly directed for young auditory and on the first view involve positive images and moral themes that are interesting and useful for children. Still, there are a huge number of implications in this perfect and funny Disney world that have been admitted by Henry Giroux in his book (Giroux, 2010).
It is admitted that Disney is regarded as the most popular children’s entertainment in the world, especially in USA (Giroux, 2010). This particular company is expanded on a huge area of media and culture life. There a lot of films, cartoons, theme parks, publishing houses, television networks, magazines and other media and culture interferences (Giroux, 2010). Children are highly influenced by Disney Company, and these bright images construct people’s minds since the early childhood.
It is significant to mention that Disney stays on a global level today and has enough power to change people’s perception and recognition of the world and culture (Giroux, 2010).People even do not notice a huge and irrevocable impact of this industry on themselves (Giroux, 2010).
It is relevant to admit that Henry Giroux in the funny characters and bright images of Disney production recognizes a threat for people’s personal development, democratic choices and principles of active citizenship (Giroux, 2010). Disney entertaining products refer to anything but innocent messages (Giroux, 2010). Its content alternates a normal development of a person, and changes mind suggesting implications of different kinds.
What is more Henry Giroux claims that Disney production
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