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Introduction The text I will be deconstructing is the Walt Disney Feature Animation film The Little Mermaid published in 1989. The film was directed by Ron Clements and made by John Musker. The Little Mermaid (1989) is the narrative of a young mermaid who gives her up so as to become human and locate her one true love Prince Eric. I find the movie to be incredibly important, not just in its portrayal of female roles, the human body, and also the readiness to sacrifice for true love, but also in the film's immense audience and popularity. I will be using the feminist framework, as explained in Critical Media Studies: An Introduction by Ott and Mack (2010), to deconstruct The Little Mermaid (1989).) It is crucial to remember that I am viewing and assessing this text in the positionally of a Caucasian, lower-class, female. Not only do I recognize as female, but that I also consider myself to be a feminist, which is among my reasons for picking the feminist framework. In addition, I believe that it's critical to say that I recognize as heterosexual, however believe myself an ally to the LGBTIQ community. Consequently, my perspectives on sex may expand to my perspectives on sexuality, since they often go hand-in-hand. The purpose of this essay is to apply the feminist frame to the film The Little Mermaid (1989) so as to deconstruct Disney. First, I will offer a textual description of The Little Mermaid (1989), explaining the movie's plot line. Then, I will clarify my analytic framework, the feminist framework, using Ott and Mack (2010) and other media related research. Next, I'll provide an in depth investigation of this Little Mermaid (1989), employing the Pearl frame and several additional sources. Finally, I'll provide a brief conclusion, giving an...