THE FEMINISM MESSAGE IN THREE LATEST WALT DISNEY PRINCESSES AND ITS IMPLEMETATION INTO THE LANGUAGE TRAINING PROGRAM IN VIETNAM
Tóm tắtThe movement of feminism has turned our modern world to the new chapter with changes striking almost every aspect of the social life. This is a matter of consideration not only limited within any specific domain but also spread out to be a globally-based one. Gone in line with this tendency this is a high time for it to be exploited in the field of language training in the context of Vietnam. The reasons as well as the suggested approaches for it to be included in the training programs in language colleges in Vietnam will be demonstrated through the detailed analysis of three female characters in the latest animated artworks manufactured by Walt Disney cooperation, who are Miranda, Anna and Moana in Brave, Frozen and Moana listed in order. It can be concluded that by doing so, the language learners in the higher level of education system in Vietnam will definitely be well prepared with a quality brought by feminism to thrive themselves to contribute to development of the society as a whole.
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