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Analysis of Movie Character Rapunzel in Tangled
Words: 2071 Length: 7 Pages Document Type: Research Paper Paper #: 51879982
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Analysis of Movie Character
Introduction
Tangled, released in 2010 by Walt Disney Pictures, is a 3D computer-animated American musical adventure movie produced by the famous Walt Disney Animation Studios. This paper is an analysis of the film’s main character, Rapunzel. This paper will discuss the psycho-analytical breakdown, stressors, and conflicts experienced by Rapunzel and how she deals with them.
Summary
The film is about a young, naïve girl called Rapunzel. A long time ago, a baby girl named Rapunzel was born to a king and his queen. This baby had golden hair with incredible mystic healing powers. Rapunzel was, however, kidnapped by an older woman called Gothel, who raised her in a hidden tower. In the meantime, a thief called Flynn Rider stole something of value from the castle, and the king’s guards were in pursuit of him. Flynn suddenly stumbled upon the tower and used it as a hiding…

References
Disney Wiki. (2011). Pascal. Retrieved from  https://disney.fandom.com/wiki/Pascal 
Gandhi, G. (2016). Disney Rapunzel’s story in short. Retrieved from  https://medium.com/@gggauravgandhi/disney-rapunzels-story-in-short-4ebeab6e785d 
Price, M. (2013). Twelve lessons from Disney. Retrieved from  https://twelvedisneylessons.wordpress.com/2013/03/27/self-concept/ 
Rathus, S. A., & Nevid, J. (2020). Psychology and the challenges of like: Adjustment and growth (14th ed.). USA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Strubler, D. (2019). Tangled: Escape the 5-Story tower of narcissistic abuse. Retrieved from https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/doesnt-get-any-better/201909/tangled-escape-the-5-story-tower-narcissistic-abuse
Conli, R. (Producer)., & Greno, N., & Howard, B. (Directors). (2010). Tangled [Walt Disney Pictures]. The United States.

Concentrating on Core Competencies
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Disney's Exit From Video Game Publishing

Disney's primary strategic objective is to product high-quality content through their entire product mix which consists of a wide variety of different goods, services, and media products. Disney's mission statement reads as:

"The mission of The alt Disney Company is to be one of the world's leading producers and providers of entertainment and information. Using our portfolio of brands to differentiate our content, services and consumer products, we seek to develop the most creative, innovative and profitable entertainment experiences and related products in the world (The alt Disney Company, N.d.)."

Disney has just recently made a decision to cut its video gaming segment which was referred to as the Disney Interactive Studio and was staffed by roughly three hundred employees; despite the fact that the publically boasted about the success of the self-published video game unit and the market gains that it was making…

Works Cited

Barnes, B. (2016, May 10). Disney, With Mixed Earnings, Is Shutting Video Game Line. Retrieved from The New York Times:  http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/11/business/media/disney-earnings.html 

Morris, C. (2016, May 10). Why Disney unexpectedly quit video game publishing. Retrieved from CNBC:  http://www.cnbc.com/2016/05/11/why-disney-unexpectedly-quite-the-video-game-business.html 

The Walt Disney Company. (N.d.). News. Retrieved from The Walt Disney Company:  http://disneycompanyprofile.weebly.com/

Profane Language and Inappropriate Media Content in Shows for Children
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Disney has been on the spotlight for the wrong reasons in the recent years because it started featuring controversial content in children's shows. Parents and the society have been annoyed by these apparent careless business media content productions. In around 2010, Disney came up with a show named "Shake it up." The theme and plot were wound around two best friends in adventure. Rocky Blue and Cece Jones were the protagonists in the show. They are working hard to become great dancers. They come into contact with Ty who also has a friend named Deuce Martinez. The new friends lead Cece and Rocky to performances in a local show named Shake It Up, Chicago" Consequently, the best friends consequently begin to experience fame and celebrity status. They have never been celebrities, so they have to learn the ropes to live with attention. They pursue raping and dancing ventures. Although the…

Contracts Law
Words: 2081 Length: 8 Pages Document Type: Capstone Project Paper #: 63457211
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Contracts Law: Disney World Jurassic Park Amusement ide

The first question at issue in this study has to do with the termination of an employee for poor sales performance who entered into a non-compete agreement with the company, specifically that of Disney. The employee, Simpson agreed that he would not directly or indirectly compete with Disney as an agent, employer, broker, or contractor for one year from the date of termination. Simpson has argued that he has a wife and three children and that the non-compete agreement should not apply as he has a right to earn a living and this includes anywhere in the United States. Three questions are posed: (1) Is the restriction likely to be found reasonable by a court of law? (2) Does the agreement restrain trade? (3) What change if any would you make to the restrictive wording above for the future?

In answer to…

References

An Introduction To Corporate Regulation and Standardization (2013) Legal Practitioner. Retrieved from: http://legal.practitioner.com/regulation/standards_9_3_1.htm

Corbin, A. (1919) Conditions in the Law of Contract. Yale Law School. 1 Jan 1919. Retrieved from:  http://digitalcommons.law.yale.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=3855&context=fss_papers 

Entire Agreement (2013) Contract Standards. Retrieved from: http://www.contractstandards.com/contract-structure/general-provisions/entire-agreement

Glazov, J. (2009) Liquidated Damages In Construction Contracts Part 1 -- What Are Liquidated Damages And Why Have Them. Construction Law Today. Retrieved from: http://www.constructionlawtoday.com/2009/04/liquidated-damages-in-construction-contracts-part-1-what-are-liquidated-damages-and-why-have-them/

Lets Talk Money Interview Transcript
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alt Disney Company Scenario

Scene: Fiscal Karat (FK), host of TV's Let's Talk Money, is seated at the center of an oak conference table. Let's Talk Money is a weekly PBS talk show that interviews business leaders and often finds government officials to debate certain ideas and programs. Tonight's episode features Mr. Michael McDuck (MM), CEO of alt Disney Company and Mr. Rigid B. Crat (RC), Senior Administrator for the U.S. Treasury's Anti-trust Division.

FK: Good evening and welcome to Let's Talk Money, your weekly adventure into provocative and interesting monetary topics ranging from mild to wild. Tonight, a special treat for the kid in us all -- Michael McDuck, CEO of alt Disney goes head to head with the Administration's Senior Anti-Trust Maven, Rigid B. Crat. elcome gentlemen!

First though, let's take a moment to establish a bit of background. The alt Disney Company is a multinational mass media…

Works Cited

Disney Vows to Investigate Claims of ABuse at Factories. (2005, June). Retrieved from SACOM: http://sacom.hk/archives/66

J&J, Walt Disney, Kraft Foods Top Rankgin. (2010, October 13). Retrieved from Environmental Leader:  http://www.environmentalleader.com/2010/10/13/jj-walt-disney-krafts-foods-top-csr-ranking/ 

Hearing: Are Government Contractors Exploiting Workers Overseas? (2011, November 2). Retrieved from Sparky - Keeping You Plugged In:  http://mssparky.com/2011/10/hearing-are-government-contractors-exploiting-workers-overseas/ 

Areeda, P., & Hovenkamp, H. (2011). Fundamentals of Antitrust Law. New York: Kluwer Law.

Advertising the Current American Epidemic
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cDonalds' themselves have faced the fact that children need to learn a healthy food choice early on to lead healthy and productive lives. It is fallacy to believe that it is up to a fast food corporation to instill diet habits in children, and it should be noted that Disney Theme Parks would continue to have cDonalds on the premises, (Abramowitz, 2006). Ultimately, it is up to parents to teach children about healthy food choices and dictate what children should or should not eat.

Children are highly impressionable consumers. "Children see 40,000 advertisements a year on television alone" (Gavin, 2005.) arketing food toward children is by no means solely done via the fast food industry and processed food producers believe that children represent the largest untapped market for the purchase of their products. As a result, more and more advertisers are focusing food commercials on children, who have difficulty discerning…

McDonalds' themselves have faced the fact that children need to learn a healthy food choice early on to lead healthy and productive lives. It is fallacy to believe that it is up to a fast food corporation to instill diet habits in children, and it should be noted that Disney Theme Parks would continue to have McDonalds on the premises, (Abramowitz, 2006). Ultimately, it is up to parents to teach children about healthy food choices and dictate what children should or should not eat.

Children are highly impressionable consumers. "Children see 40,000 advertisements a year on television alone" (Gavin, 2005.) Marketing food toward children is by no means solely done via the fast food industry and processed food producers believe that children represent the largest untapped market for the purchase of their products. As a result, more and more advertisers are focusing food commercials on children, who have difficulty discerning reality from what they see on television. The numbers are clear - children aged 5-13 represent 36.8 million consumers in the United States and can influence a total of $100 billion in food spending by adults. Parents are much more likely these days to listen to the child's opinion regarding food purchases, and advertisers see that market as wide open (McCue, 1996). It may be that the shake up between McDonalds and Disney is simply a way to approach the market from a new angle.

Breaking ties with Disney can aid McDonald's in revamping their corporate responsibilities as well. The contract was very strong and dominating with not much leeway for McDonald's to introduce alternative items in the Happy Meals. According to the article, there is a market for "puzzle games and the plastic characters" (Abramowitz, 2006). McDonald's

Successful Application of Organizational Behavior
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..in the same manner as their guests and if they operate with this type of beliefs they can ensure everyone gets a dose of the Disney magic." (Waltz, 2007)

V. DISNEY ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE

Waltz (2007) states that the organizational culture of Disney is build upon: "...innovation, quality, community, storytelling, optimism, and decency because the foundation of the company was based on the very same culture we see today in the above mentioned beliefs of Walt Disney." The work of Arnie Witchel entitled: "A Model for Implementation of Organizational Development in the Human Resources Area" relates that: "A few years ago, Walt Disney World consciously decided to move its culture toward a paradigm of "Performance Excellence." This concept affected all human resource areas, with concentration on eight key actions that would affect the culture, including breaking down barriers, sharing information, risk taking, teamwork (Performance Excellence, 1994). This is an ongoing change…

Bibliography

Grant, Robert M. (nd) Euro-Disney: From Dream to Nightmare, 1987-94. Case Fourteen.

Suit, Douglas P. (2004) Magic for Sale. Workforce Management, September 2004, p. 35-40.

Waltz, Johnny (2007) the Magic of Disney's Organizational Behavior Concepts. 23 Sept 2007. Associated Content. Online available at  http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/381660/the_magic_of_disneys_organizational.html?page=2 

Witchel, Arnie (nd) a Model for Implementation of Organizational Development in the Human Resources Area - Organizational Development Model for Human Resources. Witchel & Associates. Online available at  http://witchelandassociates.com/OD%20Model.htm

ICT Use Is Applied to the Tourism
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ICT Use is Applied to the Tourism and Hospitality Industries

This work in writing conducts a critical evaluation of how use of ICT is applied to the tourism and hospitality industries. This work in writing will evaluate the Disney hospitality and tourism website located at http://disneyland.disney.go.com/.

The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development reports that the tourism industry has undergone a transformation by the information and communication technologies (ICT) and that the Internet has "dramatically changed the way in which consumers plan and buy their holidays. It has also affected how tourism providers promote and sell their products and services." (2002) The market for tourism is reported to be highly reliant on information and stated as an example is "A consumer in Canada wanting to stay in a remote hotel on a Thai island needs up-to-date information about boat connections, activities on offer, and even recommendations from other travelers.…

References

Cantoni, L.; Kalbaska, N.; and Inversini, A. (2009) E-Learning in Tourism and Hospitality: A Map. Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism Education. Retrieved from:  http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/assets/hlst/documents/johlste/vol8no2/13RN263Cantoni148to156.pdf 

ICT and Tourism: A Natural Partnership (2002) United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. Retrieved from:  http://www.unctad.org/templates/Page.asp?intItemID=3609&lang=1 

Law, R. et al. (2010) Website Evaluation in Tourism Research. Progress in Tourism Management. Vol 31 (3). Retrieved from:  http://bournemouth.academia.edu/DimitriosBuhalis/Papers/133161/website_evaluation_in_tourism_research 

O'Connor, Peter and Murphy, Jamie (nd) A Review of Research on Information Technology in the Hospitality Industry. Retrieved from: citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.131...