volume 13, issue 2, P116-130 2018
DOI: 10.1177/1746847718783643
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Abstract: This study examines the deeper cultural and social meaning of a South Korean popular edutainment animation Pororo the Little Penguin by analyzing 50 of its episodes. The article expands upon earlier studies of Pororo by not only analyzing gender stereotypes in Pororo's narratives and aesthetics but also investigating these features within the larger frame of social discourse. The authors found that, despite the fact that Pororo seems to display friendship formation among children without adults' intervention, …

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