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&quotAdvertisement.&quotBillboard(Archive: 1963-2000)Dec 18 1993: 93. ProQuest.Web.8 Apr. 2015. Retrieved from:

Thisbillboard presents an array of commodities displayed for sale atDisneyland. It presents the various attractions that serve the basisof its appeal to its clients. Disney features a large number of goodsand services that suit both children and adults. This archival isappropriate since I intend to analyze a number of promotional textsand images and their impact on the various segments of America’spopulation.

Costa,C. G., &amp Damásio, M. J. (2010). How media literate are we? Thevoices of 9 years old children about brands, ads and their onlinecommunity practices. Observatorio(OBS*),4(4).

Thisarticle explores the ubiquity witnessed in society as well as theutilization of the internet as a convergent channel for large diversecontent and formats such as movies, cartoons, radio, and social mediaamong others. This phenomenon has sparkled elicited concerns frommany people. In particular, focus has been paid on what relates toyoung audiences in relation to safety and security. This paper isappropriate since I intend to critique the impact of Disneyadvertisement on children.

John,H. (). Websites that critique films get mixed reviews new ways tosell tickets But just who qualifies as a `film critic?` The Gazzette(Montreal) ISBN 0384-1294, p. A.22. Retrieved from:

Thismagazine article reviews film critics. It argues that the particularcritics that are always directed to films feature mixed reviews. Mostoften, different people may make different reviews on the particularfilm at hand. Differences in tastes, attitudes and preferencessubject human beings to personal interpretation and judgment ofphenomena. Nonetheless, Disney adverts elicit mixed reaction from thegeneral public. This article therefore analyzes the impact of theadvertisement on the clients and how people react differently towardsDisney adverts.

Kelleher,S. R. (2013). 7 reasons to bring the kids to Disney World thisspring. Retrieved from:

Thewebsite presents a number of reasons which can influence one to plana family gateway to Disney during spring. Coupled with brand ridesand awesome attractions, Disney promises a lifetime experience to itsvisitors. Several initiatives have been designed to help individualsto customize their stay, hang out with friend, dine in a castle, waitless and play more, get great deals, and experience the unexpected atthe attraction. This review presents pull factors that enableDisney’s advertisements appeal to customers.

Krasniewicz,L., &amp Disney, W. (2010). WaltDisney: a biography.ABC-CLIO. Retrieved from:

Thisbook entails a bibliography Walt Disney alias Disney. It narrates thehistorical development of Walt right from his childhood to theestablishment of the worldwide source of entertainment andrelaxation Disney. His movies, comics, stories, books, merchandise,and television programs have bone profound impact on children andadults both in America and across the globe. Walt transformed thetheme park into a wonderful destination for fun, safety andadventures for millions of people. This book is relevant since ithelps to trace the historical development of Disney to become what itis today. The history of a firm influences its advertisement.

Rojek,C. (1993). Disney culture. LeisureStudies,12(2),121-135. Retrieved from:

Thisarticle examines Disney animation films and theme parks as examplesof rational creations. It has been noted that the theme parks andfilms depict a particular moral order which is based on unique moralstandards that ideally represent the American way of life. Ananalysis of Disney’s early as well as present centuries rationalcreation of culture is made and significant differences arediscussed. The book also assess the de-differentiation in thecontemporary culture and the possible impact this trend bear, andmight bear on Disney culture. This will be relevant because I amhoping to discuss ethical reasoning behind Disney advertisement.

Schaffer,S. (1996). Disney and the Imagineering of Histories. PostmodernCulture,6(3).Retrieved from:

Thisarticle critically explores the manner in which Walt Disney Company(WDC) animated films display local stories and histories asby-product for the greedy strip-miner in the gold-mine of legend andthe myth. WDC takes local stories and experiences, redesign them tofit into the discourse of American imperialism (political, economicor cultural) and offer them to the public. This portraysincorporation of American ancient political and cultural stereotypesin its new imperial expansion. This process deprives the stories oftheir local geographical contexts. This paper is appropriate since Ialso hope to critique Disney’s perversion of local experiences inthe production of its output.

Wasko,J. (2013). UnderstandingDisney: The manufacture of fantasy.John Wiley &amp Sons. Retrieved from:

Thisbook examines Disney with reference to its role in the Americansociety as well as other societies across the world. It explores howthe company deliberately manufactures its fantasy and magic in anattempt to bring to light the appeal of its products. Over a longperiod of time, Disney has used particular stories and images torepresent the USA culture in other countries around the world. Disneyhas been a significant source of pleasure, recreation andentertainment for children as well as adults. This book is intendedfor people who are concerned with Disney’s comics, films, books,toys and theme parks. In my paper, I intended to give a historicalbackground of the USA and this will show how it influencesadvertisement of Disney.