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Title: ディズニープリンセス映画にみるジェンダー表現の変容 ―プリンセスの作動性に注目した量的分析―
Other Titles: The transition of gender role portrayed in Disney Princess movies : quantitative analysis focusing on agency of princesses
Authors: 上瀬, 由美子
佐々木, 優子
KAMISE, Yumiko
SASAKI, Yuko
Keywords: Disney characters
sex role in motion pictures
gender stereotype
agency
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2016
Publisher: 立正大学心理学部
Abstract:  This study examines gender roles portrayed by princess characters in Disney movies, focusing on their agency. The behavior of 12 princess characters in 11 Disney movies are analyzed on the basis of the following: the amount of talking time, the amount of aggressive behavior, the amount of helping behavior, and the amount of time spent with the prince. The results suggest that princess characters differ in their agency and association with their prince. Although princess movies portray some stereotypical representations of gender, the female roles have changed over time in the Disney Princess line.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11266/5710
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