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Ñawi: arte diseño comunicación

versión On-line ISSN 2588-0934versión impresa ISSN 2528-7966


GONZALEZ ROMERO, Lizbeth  y  HERNANDEZ TORRES, Ervey Leonel. Archetypal evolution from Femvertising. Disney Princess Case. Ñawi [online]. 2024, vol.8, n.1, pp.193-216. ISSN 2588-0934.

Archetypes play a fundamental role in shaping the collective unconscious and bring about significant changes in the societal psyche. Particularly, thanks to the femvertising trend, Disney's new princesses project powerful archetypes, such as the queen or the warrior. This contrasts with the archetype of the maiden that the early Disney princesses used to represent, marking a generational shift in favor of female empowerment. This paper establishes a chronological classification of Disney's princesses through a semiotic and archetypal analysis. Additionally, it addresses the characteristics accepted and rejected across generations in women, comparing the princesses with the antagonists of the tales. The attributes that were once considered negative in their antagonists have evolved to become positive traits and values that the new princesses now project.

Palabras clave : Female empowerment; gender roles; evolution of Disney princesses; archetypes; collective unconscious.

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