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Hauk, Marna – AERA Online Paper Repository, 2016
This paper aims to unstick domination narratives embedded in Disneyland by using creative imagination and futurecast cultural imaginaries in which the earth system reinhabits agentic powers. I seek to open up alternative understandings of non-dominated, regenerative creativities in order to begin to heal the colonized imagination of Disneyland and…
Descriptors: Corporations, Creativity, Imagination, Children
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Thevenin, Benjamin – Journal of Media Literacy Education, 2020
This article describes "Dark Ride: Disneyland" - a mobile game that encourages Disneyland guests to critically consider Disney's representations of history, culture, and technology. The game was the creation of a group of faculty, students and professionals associated with Brigham Young University. The article contextualizes the game and…
Descriptors: Corporations, Educational Games, Media Literacy, Handheld Devices
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Aronstein, Susan L.; Finke, Laurie A. – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2013
Disneyland is work disguised as play; school disguised as vacation. While Walt Disney's curriculum deploys across all of its products, it literally engulfs the approximately 50 million "guests" who visit the Disney Parks each year. Drawing on Sarah Ahmed's phenomenological reading of orientation in Queer phenomenology, this…
Descriptors: Phenomenology, Educational Methods, Parks, Recreational Facilities
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Crowe, Justin; McWilliams, Susan; Beienburg, Sean – PS: Political Science and Politics, 2010
As part of a course considering "American Democracy in Theory and Practice," we took 36 students to Rick Warren's Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California. During that visit, students observed a community that seeks self-sufficiency and yet proves to be simultaneously responsive to and reflective of American democracy more broadly.…
Descriptors: Democracy, Language Attitudes, Civics, Individualism
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Morgan, G. Scott; Wisneski, Daniel C.; Skitka, Linda J. – American Psychologist, 2011
People expressed many different reactions to the events of September 11th, 2001. Some of these reactions were clearly negative, such as political intolerance, discrimination, and hate crimes directed toward targets that some, if not many, people associated with the attackers. Other reactions were more positive. For example, people responded by…
Descriptors: Cultural Influences, Terrorism, Social Attitudes, Public Opinion
Berry, John N., III – Library Journal, 2008
The feelings of librarians planning for the American Library Association (ALA) conference at Disneyland (aka Anaheim, California, June 26-July 2) range from moderate pleasure to dread. Some remember the joys and difficulties of Orlando, especially the exorbitant cab fares and mediocre restaurants. Others quail at screaming kids and tourists in…
Descriptors: Library Associations, Conferences (Gatherings), Programs, Library Services
Bundy, Robert F. – Phi Delta Kappan, 1974
Parents, professional educators, boards of education, legislators, and the general public are justifiably questioning the monies spent on education, school efficiency, what schools are actually accomplishing, and who controls the results of schooling. However, accountability, as envisioned by its major supporters, will address none of these…
Descriptors: Accountability, Citizen Participation, Community Involvement, Humanization
Scrofani, E. Robert; Tideman, Robert – 1990
This unit for high school students uses two dissimilar places in time; (2) Jamestown, Virginia, founded in 1607, one of the earliest settlements in the United States and (2) Disneyland, California, built in 1956, an institution of contemporary culture. The lessons address two fundamental questions in geography: (1) where? and (2) why here rather…
Descriptors: Economic Factors, Economics Education, Geographic Concepts, Geography Instruction
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Stanley, Manfred – Teachers College Record, 1981
The modern educator's conscience is explored through a meditative discussion of experience, educational philosophies, and the benefits derived from an educated consciousness in a democracy. (CJ)
Descriptors: Democratic Values, Educational Philosophy, Educational Policy, Ethics
Renville, Gary – Camping Magazine, 1999
Describes the positive mental, physical, and social growth impacts that the camping experience had on the author, and urges camp program evaluation to plan and implement such changes. Sidebar lists steps of effective evaluation: program goals and objectives, goals of evaluation, implementation of evaluation, data analysis, and findings and…
Descriptors: Camping, Child Development, Childhood Needs, Environmental Influences
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Stewart, Susan D. – Journal of Family Issues, 1999
Examines gender differences in how nonresident parents spend time with their absent children. Results suggest that nonresident mothers and fathers exhibit a similar pattern of participation in activities with their absent children. Most nonresident parents either engage in only leisure activities with their children or have no contact. (Author/MKA)
Descriptors: One Parent Family, Parent Child Relationship, Parent Participation, Sex Differences
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Smith, Ruth C.; Eisenberg, Eric M. – Communication Monographs, 1987
Uses metaphor analysis to illuminate recent conflicts at Disneyland. Discusses a 30-year change of emphasis of root-metaphors from "drama" to "family" that reflects fundamental differences between management and employees, along with the implications of this confrontation for the future of Disneyland. (NKA)
Descriptors: Communication Research, Conflict, Employee Attitudes, Employer Employee Relationship
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West, Mark I. – American Journal of Play, 2010
Like many a modern play theorist, both Mark Twain and Walt Disney were enchanted by the way children act out stories, in particular pirate tales. For both Twain and Disney, this fascination grew out of their small-town, midwestern boyhoods, where avid reading and fantasy play helped stave off boredom and fill emotional gaps for both of them. Even…
Descriptors: Play, Authors, Fantasy, Imagination
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Finn, Patrick J. – Theory Into Practice, 2012
Elite boarding schools endeavor to instill in their students elite-class solidarity, strong beliefs in both meritocracy and the essential rightness of the status quo, and practical political know-how. Each of these objectives is wholly compatible with the self-interest of their students and their families. In the vast majority of working-class…
Descriptors: Social Class, Boarding Schools, Social Status, Cultural Capital
Oder, Norman – Library Journal, 2008
Sandwiched between Los Angeles and San Diego counties, nudging up to Riverside and San Bernardino to the east, Orange County, California is far more diverse than the stereotype. Orange County has no dominant city; its two largest, Santa Ana and Anaheim--each with populations around 350,000--are, respectively, home to lower-income Latinos and a…
Descriptors: Libraries, Counties, Financial Support, Public Libraries
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