Education, Disability, Inclusion, Children, Film, Ideology
Accessibility | Film Production | Other Education | Special Education and Teaching
This paper attempts to demonstrate how disabilities are portrayed to children through Walt Disney's popular film Finding Nemo. Through this film, children are exposed to inclusiveness which can then transfer to their overall impressions of disability in society. This film ultimately spins the negative connotation associated with disability and portrays it positively as an exceptionality.
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