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Teaching with Disney

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Edited By Julie C. Garlen and Jennifer A. Sandlin

Teaching with Disney, the first comprehensive volume on Disney as cultural pedagogy and classroom praxis, explores what it means to teach, learn, and live in a world where many familiar discourses are dominated by The Walt Disney Company. The book analyzes the ways in which the powerful messages of Disney shape the way we teach and learn. Featuring scholars from a wide range of educational contexts, including educational foundations, art education, higher education, K-12 contexts, adult education, media literacy, critical pedagogy, and curriculum studies, this book is accessible and interesting to a global audience of educational researchers and practitioners as well as undergraduate and graduate students in educational foundations, curriculum and instruction, curriculum theory, critical media education, art education, sociology of education, and related fields. Discussion questions are provided for each chapter to help facilitate class discussions and assignments. This is an excellent assignment text for education classrooms.

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ability, 47–48, 55, 67, 114, 126, 128, 131, 142, 145, 175–176, 178–180, 184–191, 196, 209, 212, 215 ablebodiedness, 176, 190 acquisition, 103, 123, 124, 127–128, 132, 136 activism, 193–195, 199, 202, 208 Adorno, T., 138, 142, 145–146 adults/adulthood, 2, 13, 17–18, 20, 23–24, 45, 48, 50–51, 58–59, 111, 113, 115, 138, 140, 142–143, 145, 164–166, 172, 187, 198, 207–208, 214 aesthetics, 14, 33, 53–54, 62, 76, 106, 176–177, 186, 191, 201 affect, 18, 70, 82, 115 Africa, 69, 73 African Americans, 9, 73–74, 78–79, 129, 143, 191, 217 agency, 8, 40, 48, 52–53, 56–57, 71, 74, 79, 88, 95, 133–134, 139, 145, 150, 164, 171, 178 Aladdin, 16, 31, 37, 51, 53, 62, 97, 99, 101–102, 105, 196, 203 American culture, 17, 41, 44, 50, 79, 95–98, 102, 129, 191, 204 American identity, 17, 95–97, 99–101, 104 Americanization, 69, 96, 127–130, 133–134, 164 Americanness, 2, 17, 100, 124 Anaheim, 22, 151 animation, 11, 63, 74, 78–79, 151, 153–154, 156, 173, 177 animatronics, 153–154 Anna, 31, 40, 43, 45–47, 52, 55–56, 58–60, 178, 200 Anthropocene, 149, 157 Anthropology, 79, 135–136 anthropomorphic, 69, 99, 105, 214 anti-consumption education, 152 appropriation, 165, 171, 179, 186 Arab, 16, 62, 97 archetype, 52, 56, 60–61, 150, 171 Ariel, 31, 43, 53–54, 129, 165, 180, 217 Aronowitz, S., 35, 37...

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