• Watch this YouTube Video for an interesting look at Disney and Masculinity

Sexism, Strength and Dominance: Masculinity in Disney Films  

  • This video looks at the common characteristics in Disney Princesses

Target Women: Disney Princesses



  • International Labour Organization: This organization promotes worker equality and rights world wide including gender equality for all worker. This link will provide multiple links to look at gender statistics in comparison to region, wages, and workers rights.

Gender equality in the world of work

  • International Labour Organization's global review of working conditions: includes graphs and comparable tables of dozens of countries minimum wages, working hours, and maternity laws; scroll to page 51 for three world maps representing the above topics.

Working Conditions Laws 2006-2007

  • To learn more about media monopolization:

Disney Media's Ownership and Partnership 


Additional Book Sources:

Budd, Mike and Kirsch, Max H. 2005. Rethinking Disney. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press.

Byrne, Eleanor and McQuillan, Martin. 1999. Deconstructing Disney. Sterling, VA: Pluto Press.

Davis, Amy M. 2006. Good Girls and Wicked Witches: Women in Disney's Feature Animation. Eastleigh, UK: Libbey Publishing.

Hapke, Laura. 2004. Sweatshop. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Hartman, Laura,  Arnold, Denis, and Wokutch, Richard. 2003. Rising Above Sweatshops: Innovative Approaches to Global Labor Challenges. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers.

Micheletti, Michele. 2003. Political Virtue and Shopping. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

Ross, Robert J.S. 2004. Slaves to Fashion. Michigan: The University of Michigan Press.

Schweizer, Peter and Schweizer, Rochelle.  1998.  Disney the Mouse Betrayed: Greed, Corruption and Children at Risk.  Washington D.C.:  Regnery Publishing.

Solomon, Norman.  1999.  The Habits of Highly Deceptive Media.  Monroe, ME: Common Courage Press.