Environment Analysis: Environmental Analysis Of The Disney World

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ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS The Walt Disney Company had something of a feel-good year. Not only did its shares reach all-time highs, but the company experienced resounding cross-platform success with its Frozen franchise, spurred excitement for the forthcoming sequels to the original Star Wars trilogy, and readied the opening of the new Shanghai Disney Resort. Furthermore, the media conglomerate continues to perform at a high level, despite facing constant pressure in its film and broadcasting holdings. Disney’s ability to create, market, and profit from its intellectual property is supported by a century of widely-embraced characters and internationally popular franchises. Recent success through its acquired brands (Marvel, Lucasfilm) will likely…show more content…
Disney even designed a private government , and today there are different versions of the same ides in different places . Before the Walt Disney Company or even the Jwerk – Disney Company , Walt started off stating his views and opinions about politics and government through cartoons for a newspaper . Everybody could see the opinions at the time . Disney World , on political candidates and causes in Florida , spent 2.5 million dollars using the election . His main goal for spending that much money , as to elect politicians who will support it’s legislative plans in the state capital and people who are against plans that let Las Vegas Casinos in South Florida . Walt Disney ‘s Company policy makes sure there is no violence amongst another employees . Walt’s policy also prohibits that no one is treated differently because of race , colour origin , or religion . Disney enterprise had offices that dealt with licensing and commercial business in the United Artists Building . The first concession for Mickey Mouse was a doll . Later , there were 85 products related licenses for Mickey and other Disney characters . So many other animatiuons and film-producers were amazed by Mickey Mouse and his success , that they tried to make similar characters . For example , Aesop’s Fables was sued by the Disney Company for the similarity . Disney got…show more content…
Part of the cultural localization process is the reproduction of these cartoons into local dialects as it is the case in Egypt, Jordan, KSA, and recently Morocco where originally US-English speaking animated shorts are dubbed into Moroccan Arabic (Darija). Using language in this way maintains Disney’s power over Arab consumers as it eases the children’s assimilation of the cultural messages and values disseminated in these animated films. Children identify more with the mediated animated images when they are expressed in their mother tongue, as they look more familiar to them. Although dubbing cartoons into local dialects may seem to demonstrate a degree of flexibility and resistance in dealing with a dominant global force, it actually further empowers Disney, as a producer of meaning, at the expense of children, the inexperienced viewers and passive consumers of meaning. In fact, Giroux (1996) reported that the principles of Disney’s animated movies include issues regarding the social construction of gender, race, class and many other aspects of self and collective identity. Disney images are significant in children’s construction of desires, imaginations, roles, interests, behaviour, and

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