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Name and Number of the Course Date Gender and Sexual Studies BARBIE ASSIGNMENT Introduction “The Barbie doll is one of the most successful toys of the 20th century and, arguably the icon of female beauty and the American dream” (Kuther & Mcdonald 39).… One of the arguments against girls playing with Barbie dolls is that by “dramatizing stereotypical feminine…
Barbie Case Study
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25 May 2011. Barbie case study Summary: The famous doll Barbie has been considered as a threat to the intrinsic culture of Iran by the Institute for Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults.… She wears a lot of makeup and also enjoys drinking champagne along with the doll Ken, that happens to be her boyfriend. The boyfriend culture and alcohol…
Analysis of Barbie Doll
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Running Head: Analysis of Barbie Doll Customer Insert His/her name: University name ANALYSIS OF BARBIE DOLL The Barbie doll has become a fashion icon for young girls. Barbie doll was first invented in the year 1959 by Ruth Handler. It was introduced in an American Toy Fair in New York.… These dolls are not only a thing that children like playing with but for…
Piercy's Barbie Doll
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In Piercy's poem "Barbie Doll," author creates a very dark tone as she reflects on the ideal of beauty in today's modern age. Many have argued that our standards of beauty today are far too harsh and impossible. There is a trend toward unhealthful skinniness in girls, for instance, for them to be deemed "beautiful." This is reiterated whenever when picks up an US or OK magazine at the grocery market (or even when one just reads the headlines while standing in line).…
Barbie as as Sexual Archetype
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Date Barbie as a Sexual Archetype For decades, there have been prominent sexual icons that have set an unrealistic bar for women as the ideal for the ‘perfect woman.’ Aside from cultural icons like Marilyn Monroe and Jessica Rabbit, Mattel’s most popular product, the Barbie doll, has stood the test of time as history’s most consequential sexual archetype.…
Barbie as a global phenomenon
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There is no person in the world who grew up without toys. Toys reflect the life and behavior of this or that society. Producing toys, the society takes care of children and makes them full-fledged members. … Doll Barbie is among them. If to ask a girl what present she would like to have for her birthday, she would not hesitate even for a second and the answer…
Barbie Dolls: Defining a Woman
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For centuries, ever since the first woman made the first representation of a human as a means of entertaining a young child, little girls have been playing with dolls. … Barbie dolls are small moveable figurines with long hair that can be easily manipulated. Although the original Barbie was an unrealistically proportioned blonde buxom beauty with blue eyes…
Barbie Doll by Marge Piercy
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The author of this review "Barbie Doll by Marge Piercy" focuses on the story of Marge Piercy. According to the text, Barbie Doll, a poem by Marge Piercy, tackles the story of a girl growing through the adolescence stage marked by barbarity and appearances. … In the third part of the Piercy’s poem, the girl was told to smile and to act…
Barbie as devil:deconstructing an american cultural icon
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Barbie is an icon of American culture, a touchstone with whom every woman relates. Whether her feelings are positive or negative, practically every American girl owned a Barbie if she was born after 1950.… Barbie is an icon of American culture, a touchstone with whom every woman relates. Whether her feelings are positive or negative, practically every American…
Women's Studies. Barbie Doll as the Model for Little Girls
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The present paper aims to identify the impact and influence of the Barbie dolls on the tastes and priorities of the young girls in their real and practical life. … Though the patterns of dolls cannot be adopted completely by the girls, yet an overwhelming majority of them observes the same in one way or the other. Hence, the movements launched by the Barbie…
How Barbie doll does promote traditional gender roles., effect on gender behavior
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Whereas there are no generalizations about gender specific behavior to everyone, men and women typically communicate, think, and behave in dissimilar manners. There are many behaviors shared by the sexes, an extent of overlap in how males and females display their actions as… She is used to illustrating the personal variations on general common gender themes…
Marge Piercy's Barbie Doll as an Accurate Response to Gender Roles
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Your F. 21 April 2012 Barbie Doll When considering the poem, “Barbie Doll” by author Marge Piercy, there is a short contemporary explanation of a woman's strife of wanting to look perfect. Just like any other person, a girl is born and plays with dolls just like any most other girls, one that just so happens to have qualities that are considered beautiful such as the perfect body and cherry red lips.…
The choice of toy(s) is up to you (except for Barbie). You can analyze gender-neutral toys. To what extent, if any, is gender-sp
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[Instructor Name] Is Gender-Specific Role a Result of Socialization, Nature or Both? Socialization is one of the most fundamental concepts that occur soon after our birth and continues throughout our lives. It teaches us to become a part of a group and to belong to it, as well as how to adjust to the changes within that group.… These gender norms define what…
Is Beauty Universal
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Even their hair style is similar. Behind them is the writing about what the occasion is about (which is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Barbie). Barbie symbolizes… This sexy portrayal of Britney is the same as the portrayal of Barbie which is a sexy doll, slim, nice shapely body type and figure which is the ideal body type of most young girls and women in…
Language Class Essay
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Mattel Inc. addressing the component of cultural identity amongst consumers Toys indeed have a story to tell, to each and every child. Children grow up with their toys. The success story of Mattel Inc. reinstates this observation. In 1945 Ruth and Elliot Handler along with Harold “Matt” Matson launched Mattel.… Barbie the first venture of Mattel into the field…
Case study
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Barbie’s first success was first witnessed when it was introduced in the market with adult looks; this look became appealing since the market… The third success is linked to how Mattel as a corporation has managed to devise 150 different dolls, which come along with the doll’s 120 new outfits. The fourth success is as a result of Barbie’s reinvention and…
Market segmentation is central to the way in which audiences are targeted as consumers. Through the exploration of one ad or advertising campaign, analyze how this market segmentation works in practice. The essay should include: a) a semiotic analysis of
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Market segmentation helps advertisers to target desired consumers by dividing them into groups based on gender, age, interest and then sell this information to advertisers (Coulter,… The market segmentation and semiotic analysis of Barbie advertisement for pre-tween girls reveals that their advertisement is geared towards the dominant ideology which promote…
Poems comparison
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Springsteen’s Streets of Philadelphia, Piercy’s Barbie Doll and Slavitt’s Titanic—all deal with the theme of death—death induced by stifling social expectations, or simply chronicling death as it happens, American style. Philadelphia is a direct, heart-wrenching… There is no irony or sarcasm in this poem, when compared with the other two. Barbie Doll refers…
MGT 3190 Cross Cultural Management
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The basic issues in global marketing involve global efficiency through standardisation of products and services as well as garnering national and local responsiveness through adaptation of the products. (Walter et al, 1988 )The Mattel Company has effectively marketed Barbie through the use of these two basic premises in its global marketing strategy.…
Doing gender in media, art and culture
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Women have always been subjected as a prototype of sexuality. From advertisement to religious debates, there is always a subtle or direct hint towards their sexuality. While the most desirable male is characterized as a rugged handsome man, women are shown as objects of sex and desire.… Women in Islam are the most controversial figures since the advent of…
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Springsteen's Streets of Philadelphia, Piercy's Barbie Doll and Slavitt's Titanic-all deal with the theme of death-death induced by stifling social expectations, or simply chronicling death as it happens, American style. Philadelphia is a direct, heart-wrenching appeal from a young man wasted from AIDS, as he feels himself "fading awayOn the streets of Philadelphia."(Philadelphia) He calls out to his "faithless" "brother"(Philadelphia)-perhaps he could be referring to a partner in a homosexual relationship, or it could be a reference to people, who profess sympathy for him, but who ultimately leave him to his fate.…
Analysing a poem
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The poet, Marge Piercy generalizes the plight of woman from girlhood to her death-bed. Her identity is curtailed at the early stage itself. The poet in this… The poem falls into the anthology entitled To Be of Use published in 1973. Barbie Doll ironically presents the famous doll of Mattel Toys in to the status quo of the women in the present American society.…
Cross Cultural Management Case Study 1500words exc. ReferencingBibliography
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1. Global marketing requires marketers to behave in a way that is global and local at the same time by responding to similarities and differences in world markets. As the Coca Cola Company has demonstrated, the ability to think globally and act locally can be a source of competitive advantage.… The decision to enter markets outside the home country depends on…
Poem: You are closer
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It is yet another beautiful day, Yet your beauty looms in the sky, My clock tickles, And I remember your barbie shape and girlishness, Wonderful curves that tells me to stop moaning as it is still morning. … I parted with my Spanish girlfriend a few years ago. She was pretty. I loved her eyes so much. When we were dating, I got her a stuffed white baby…
Tannen agree or disagree with in Smiley Article
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Jennifer Rodriguez Professor Collins October 17, 2011 English Composition 101 Barbies and Women: An Analysis of Smiley and Tennen’s View to Womanhood Would Deborah Tannen’s article about the labeling of the women in the society agree on Jane Smiley’s discussion of Barbie dolls in the early childhood of a woman sending positive impact on a grown up woman’s psyche?…
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