Article Review Name Institution Robinson T. Callister M. Magoffin D. & Moore J. (2007). The portrayal of older characters in Disney animated films. Journal of Aging Studies 21(3) 203-213. Article Summary The article addresses the stereotypes that children form concerning adults as a result of influence from Disney films. From an early age children watch various Disney films passed down from their parents (Robinson Callister Magoffin & Moore 2007). When in elementary school the children have already formed a stereotype of older adults. in animated children films it is still of concern that Disney films still use a relatively high percentage of negative appeal in representing the physical characteristics ethnicity race age and personality of older people. The impact of low representation of racial and ethnic diversity in the films has the effect of portraying to children that U.S does not support racial diversity. Further it is likely that children will form a negative attitude towards older people due to their physical personality and age characteristics. [...]
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